Cato Networks expands partner programme to include MSPs

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Vendor says the changes offer managed service providers a “unique opportunity”

Cato Networks has expanded its partner program to include managed service providers (MSPs). The Israeli-based company, which specialises in secure access service edge (SASE), has made several ad...

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