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Zscaler Introduces AI-Enhanced Analytics for Cyber Risk, Digital Experience, SaaS Usage, and Workplace Trends

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Zscaler launched Business Insights, a new addition to its Business Analytics portfolio, helping organizations reduce SaaS sprawl and enhance office efficiency for a better workplace experience and cost savings. They also introduced AI-powered innovations in Zscaler Risk360™ and Zscaler Digital Experience Monitoring™ (ZDX), part of the broader Business Analytics portfolio. These solutions utilize the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange™, the world’s largest security cloud processing over 370 billion transactions and 500 trillion signals daily, now training the most powerful AI/ML security engines globally.

“IT leaders overseeing distributed organizations are constantly challenged to control costs while at the same time improving productivity and reducing risk exposure”

Patrick Foxhoven, Chief Innovation Officer and Executive Vice President, Zscaler

“IT leaders overseeing distributed organizations are constantly challenged to control costs while at the same time improving productivity and reducing risk exposure,” said Patrick Foxhoven, Chief Innovation Officer and Executive Vice President, Zscaler.”

With Zscaler Business Analytics, IT leaders can improve employee experience, reduce cyber risk, and optimize SaaS spend and office utilization, all with their current Zscaler deployment. These valuable insights will help drive down costs while keeping organizations secure and productive. 

New Zscaler Business Insights enables organizations to:

  • Assess and manage SaaS utilization, including shadow IT, to identify redundant or unused applications, and reduce license costs.
  • Visualize office use across all locations globally to understand workplace trends including days and times offices are being used, departmental usage, over-capacity and under-capacity issues, and opportunities for consolidation and cost savings.

Advancements to Zscaler Risk360 allow IT teams to:

  • Download cybersecurity maturity assessments powered by Zscaler’s generative AI, which includes custom in-house developed Large Language Models (LLMs).
  • More effectively leverage data from third parties, like CrowdStrike, to identify additional risk signals and reduce the potential for compromise on user devices.
  • Access new financial risk models that include Monte Carlo simulation outcomes showing distributions of possible financial scenarios tied to cyber risk.
  • Assist SEC reporting with features that can enhance compliance with new SEC disclosure requirements.

“We’re excited about how rapidly Zscaler is developing Risk360, including adding features like generative AI reporting,” said Manesh Patel, CIO, Sanmina Corporation. “It’s great to see Zscaler leaning into its unique architectural advantage – the data – to help solve business challenges for organizations like ours.”

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