Zscaler announces AI collaboration with NVIDIA

Zscaler announces AI collaboration with NVIDIA

Zscaler Collaboration

Zscaler, Inc. and NVIDIA Corporation have formed a strategic partnership to enhance Zscaler’s Zero Trust Exchange platform with NVIDIA’s AI capabilities. The collaboration aims to improve user experience and strengthen security services across enterprise operations.

Zscaler will use NVIDIA’s AI tools, such as NIM inference microservices and the Morpheus framework, to boost data processing capabilities on its platform. The partnership seeks to enhance defense against cyber threats and streamline IT management. Zscaler’s new ZDX Copilot, powered by NVIDIA NeMo Guardrails, offers advanced digital experience monitoring.

It provides insights into network, device, and application performance, enabling better IT operations and support.

Zscaler enhances security with AI

The Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange platform, which processes over 400 billion transactions daily, is the world’s largest security cloud.

By integrating NVIDIA’s AI algorithms, Zscaler improves its ability to quickly detect and mitigate emerging threats, marking progress in predictive and generative AI applications within cybersecurity. Future collaborations between Zscaler and NVIDIA will focus on developing new AI-driven solutions, such as the ZDX Copilot with NVIDIA Morpheus. This initiative aims to optimize the processing and classification of large volumes of cybersecurity data in real-time, enhancing threat detection capabilities.

Punit Minocha, EVP of Business and Corporate Development at Zscaler, stated, “The advancement of a cybersecurity vendor’s AI is becoming the critical ingredient in its ability to maintain an advantage over adversaries.

Zscaler has also strengthened its partnership with Google to focus on fortifying Zero Trust architectures and eliminating the need for traditional VPNs. The enhanced integration between Zscaler and Chrome Enterprise will provide advanced threat protection and data security to millions of enterprise users without requiring legacy VPNs or additional browsers. The collaboration also includes safeguards against data leaks from popular applications like Gmail and Drive.

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ZS stock has gained 19% in the past 12 months and is currently trading higher by 0.97% at $185.70.


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