SonicWall has added 1,100 SecureFirst channel program partners since February 2020, bringing its total to more than 21,500 globally. The company also reported “record growth” across its secure mobile access (SMA) hardware, SMA virtual appliances and pooled licenses, according to a prepared statement.
In addition, SonicWall has seen a 1,766 percent increase in VPN-SSL customers quarter to date, the company noted. It has experienced a 2,348 percent increase in user licenses since February as well.
Along with its growth, SonicWall has introduced a Boundless Cybersecurity model to protect remote and mobile workforces against evolving cyberattacks. The announcement comes in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which has led many companies to allow employees to work remotely.
Boundless Cybersecurity promotes helping mobile and remote workers address emerging security gaps, SonicWall said. The model is designed to protect these workers across their endpoints and minimize the risk of data breaches.