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Cato Networks is a company developing a cloud security management solution. It offers Cato Cloud, a converged platform which connects, secures, and manages a network. The platform can be deployed across branches, cloud resources, and users and enables companies to replace or augment legacy network services and security point solutions.

TypePrivate
Founded2015
HQAlpharetta, GA, US
Websitecatonetworks.com

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)335(+3%)
Job Openings36
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Cato Networks

Shlomo Kramer

Shlomo Kramer

Co-Founder and CEO​, Director
Gur Shatz

Gur Shatz

Co-Founder, President and COO, Director
Tomer Wald

Tomer Wald

Chief Finance Officer
Yishay Yovel

Yishay Yovel

Chief Marketing Officer
Nick Fan

Nick Fan

Vice President of Sales, Americas
Alon Alter

Alon Alter

Chief Revenue Officer
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Cato Networks Office Locations

Cato Networks has offices in Alpharetta, San Jose, Sydney, Tel Aviv-Yafo and in 2 other locations
Alpharetta, GA, US (HQ)
12600 Deerfield Pkwy #340
San Jose, CA, US
3031 Tisch Way
Sydney, AU
Level 11 65 York St
Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL
3 Rothschild Blvd
Singapore, SG
116 Changi Road, #03-09
The City of Brighton and Hove, GB
Mocatta House Trafalgar Terrace
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Cato Networks Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2015

Cato Networks total Funding

$332 m

Cato Networks latest funding size

$130 m

Time since last funding

7 months ago

Cato Networks investors

Cato Networks's latest funding round in November 2020 was reported to be $130 m. In total, Cato Networks has raised $332 m. Cato Networks's latest valuation is reported to be $1 b.
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Cato Networks Revenue

Market valuation

1.0b
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Cato Networks Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

96/100

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Cato Networks Online and Social Media Presence

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Cato Networks News and Updates

Cato Networks Expands in DACH, Launching 16th EMEA PoP in Munich

TEL AVIV, Israel, June 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Cato Networks, provider of the world's first Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) platform, announced today its further expansion in Germany and the DACH region. Cato opened a new PoP in Munich and made two new appointments to the sales...

Mosaic NetworX and Cato Networks Sign Managed Service Provider Agreement

Mosaic will provide Cato's converged SASE platform directly to mid-market customers in a fully managed, single-vendor solution.

Israeli startup Cato Networks bags $130m funding round

The round, led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, was joined by Singtel Innov8. The post Israeli startup Cato Networks bags $130m funding round appeared first on DealStreetAsia.

Cato Networks raises $131M to converge networking with cybersecurity

Cato Networks Inc. today said that it has closed a $131 million round led by Lightspeed Venture Partners at a pre-money valuation of $1 billion. Tel Aviv-based Cato Networks competes in a market Gartner Inc. refers to as the secure access service edge or SASE segment. SASE platforms provide network…

Cato Networks raises $130 million as demand for remote workforce security soars

Cato Networks has raised a $130 million round of venture capital that values the company at more than $1 billion.

Cato Networks raises $77 million for cloud security platform that protects remote workforces

Cato Networks has raised $77 million in venture capital as the company expands the reach of its cloud-based security service.
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Cato Networks Blogs

How SD-WAN Overcomes Last Mile Constraints

As more businesses require 24/7 uptime of their networks, they can’t afford to “put all their eggs in one basket.” Even MPLS with it’s vaunted “5 9s” SLA, has struggled with last-mile availability. SD-WAN offers a way forward that significantly improves last-mile uptime without appreciably increasin…

Pursuing the Zero Stack Solution: Migrating to a Branch Stack in the Cloud

Retailers, financial services firms, and other kinds of companies want to become more agile in their branch strategies: be able to light up, move, and shut down branches quickly and easily. One sticking point has always been the branch network stack: deploying, configuring, managing, and retrieving …

NFV is Out of Sync with the Cloud-Native Movement. Here’s a Solution

Like many other telecommunications companies that provide networking services, the Canadian national telco company Telus has ambitious goals for network functions virtualization (NFV) and digital transformation. However, at the Digital World Transformation 2018 event last year, Telus CTO Ibrahim Ged…

How SD-WAN Provided an Alternative to MPLS – A Case Study

What’s transitioning like to SD-WAN? Ask Nick Dell. The IT manager at a leading automotive components manufacturer recently shared his experience transitioning his company from MPLS to Cato SD-WAN. During the webinar, we spoke about the reasons behind the decision, the differences between carrier-ma…

4 Real World Challenges in Enterprise Networking & How SD-WAN Can Solve Them

Even though an enterprise network is considered the lifeline of an organization, there are certain challenges that have limited the efficiency of the enterprise networks. Malware threats, limited data replication performance, network availability, sluggish network connectivity  — all are challenges …

The Cloud-Native Network: What It Means and Why It Matters

It’s no secret that CIOs want their networks to be more agile, better able to accommodate new requirements of the digital business. SD-WAN has made significant advancements in that regard. And, yet, it’s also equally clear that SD-WAN alone cannot futureproof enterprise networks. Mobile users, cloud…
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Cato Networks Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cato Networks founded?

    Cato Networks was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Cato Networks key executives?

    Cato Networks's key executives are Shlomo Kramer, Gur Shatz and Tomer Wald.

  • How many employees does Cato Networks have?

    Cato Networks has 335 employees.

  • Who are Cato Networks competitors?

    Competitors of Cato Networks include iboss, Aryaka Networks and DataCloak.

  • Where is Cato Networks headquarters?

    Cato Networks headquarters is located at 12600 Deerfield Pkwy #340, Alpharetta.

  • Where are Cato Networks offices?

    Cato Networks has offices in Alpharetta, San Jose, Sydney, Tel Aviv-Yafo and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does Cato Networks have?

    Cato Networks has 7 offices.