Saturday, April 13, 2024

Palo Alto Networks Introduces Wi-Fi Router That Detects Malware

After the huge pandemic attack of Covid-19, there are many employees who have started working remotely from home, therefore, the attack rate of the different vulnerabilities has increased rapidly.

The security analysts of Palo Alto Networks now want to help different companies and their employees, so that they can circumvent these dangers.

Palo Alto announced Okyo™ Garde, an enterprise-grade cybersecurity solution delivered through a premium mesh-enabled Wi-Fi 6 system that combines hardware, software and security service.

Okyo Garde for Work-From-Home Employees

There are many cases that have been detected, and the experts stated that the home has now become a “branch of one,” along with several devices but it does not have any IT teams, as well as it does not have any deep-set of cybersecurity protections.

However, all these home networks encounter a threat panorama, not only this but the threat actors see these networks as vulnerable entry points into the corporate network. 

According to the expert’s report, to help these networks Okyo Garde will be combining with Prisma Access, Palo Alto Networks’ cloud-delivered security platform. 

Moreover, by linking Okyo Garde along with Prisma Access, companies will be able to spread their corporate networks and conduct all kinds of centralized security policy management and SASE, and the main motive of this is to offer employees a premium Wi-Fi experience in a strong package. 

Okyo Garde for Small Businesses

The rate of this kind of cyberattacks has increased at a rapid speed, and that’s why every business that also includes small businesses also require to guarantee that they are preserved with strong security.

But, the most important point is that every business should be capable to install and manage that security as quickly as using their favorite app. Not only this, Okyo Garde gives small businesses the cybersecurity protection that is needed to control this vulnerability.

Apart from this, it also has unparalleled malware and ransomware prevention, phishing protection, infected device detection, along with that unusual activity monitoring and control, while addressing the ultra-fast Wi-Fi.

Pricing & Availability

After investigating all the cyberattacks, the Okyo Garde has started giving protection to every kind of business that is being operated by homes. However, the subscriptions for small businesses commence at $349/year and involve a mesh-enabled Wi-Fi 6 system. 

In the U.S., the Okyo Garde can be pre-ordered on, with a predicted ship date. While for pre-orders through September 30, 2021, Okyo Garde offers Okyo Concierge with a Pro subscription tier at zero cost, and it has a value of up to $148. 

There is an expanded distribution that is being anticipated from Palo Alto Networks NextWave partners this year. Not only this, the Okyo Garde Enterprise Edition, along with Prisma Access integration, is supposed to be ready from Palo Alto Networks and Palo Alto Networks NextWave partners in the U.S. in the year 2022.

According to the security report, Palo Alto Networks also offers technical support to the device for configuring and extending the devices.

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