Cloudflare Expands Its Platform With New Capabilities, Making It The Only Cloud-Native Provider with Network Scale

Cloudflare Expands Its Platform With New Capabilities, Making It The Only Cloud-Native Provider with Network Scale

Cloudflare One, its Zero Trust SASE platform, now offers significant additional features, including advanced email security protection, data loss prevention capabilities, a cloud access security broker (CASB), and private network discovery, making it the first cloud-native Zero Trust solution with global network scalability.

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Cloudflare One is now available to any enterprise as a comprehensive and thoroughly integrated Zero Trust security and networking solution for protecting and accelerating the performance of devices, apps, and whole networks in order to keep workforces safe and productive.

Matthew Prince, who serves the role of Co-Founder and CEO at Cloudflare, had the following to say:

When I sit with customers, they share that one of the most daunting aspects of Zero Trust security is simply where to begin. Making matters worse, every vendor has a different definition for Zero Trust, turning a critical approach to security into a misunderstood and overused term. We believe Zero Trust must extend to the entire network, all the way from email to data centers, and accelerate user and endpoint connections, not slow people down. And we want to give every customer a step-by-step guide for what they can do today, this week, and this month to make themselves more secure regardless of what vendor they use.


Employees are now increasingly mobile, and important programs have gone to the cloud rather than being housed behind a secure perimeter. Because of this fundamental shift in where and how people work, businesses are rethinking outdated solutions like VPNs and hardware boxes, abandoning the classic castle-and-moat security model in favor of Zero Trust.

Cloudflare One combines network security as a service with native integration into one of the world’s largest networks, delivering fast, dependable global connection, cloud-based protection, and improved visibility and management via a single dashboard and API. Organizations can simply safeguard their apps and workers against the new threat landscape using Cloudflare’s Zero Trust platform, which avoids the onerous integration expenses and disruptions that many outdated technologies cause.

Cloudflare One is a Zero Trust SASE solution that is incorporated within Cloudflare’s global network, which spans more than 270 locations in over 100 countries. This tightly integrated architecture offers easy deployment in just a few clicks, lightning-fast performance wherever users are, and comprehensive security across endpoints, networks, and email, allowing enterprises to: Protect users from phishing attempts automatically. With Zero Trust controls, you can secure every connection while also speeding up users and services. Controls for data in any location and at any time. Without depending on physical boxes, connect and protect data, devices, workplaces, cloud networks, and more.

Cloudflare One was launched in 2020 and has since assisted in the security of businesses all across the world, with the number of clients expanding by 100% year over year and average daily traffic increasing by 6X. Financial services company BlockFi, financial application provider Curve, online business catering platform ezCater, international airlines Japan Airlines, award-winning digital wealth manager Moneybox, transportation and logistics leader Werner Enterprises, and multi-disciplinary digital agency Panagora are among the global brands that trust Cloudflare with their Zero Trust journey.

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