Umbrella for Retail & Hospitality
Centralized security and management for all your locations and networks.
Deploy cloud-based Umbrella and uniquely protect all connected devices.
Why Umbrella for your business?
Whether you have five or 5,000 locations, Umbrella Enterprise was designed with your company in mind, enabling retailers and hospitality providers like you to easily and reliably provide a fast, safe and appropriate Wi-Fi Internet experience to everyone accessing your networks. Enforce your acceptable use policy and prevent malware across numerous locations, while monitoring all your networks through a single, centralized dashboard.
Join the world’s most trusted retail and hospitality brands and deploy the cloud-based service across all locations in just a day. You’ll soon find Umbrella to be your most indispensable security service.
Dead simple cloud-based deployment and management. No on-site appliance or software.
Since Umbrella is a cloud-based service, it can be quickly and easily deployed across 100’s or 1000’s of locations in a single day. No hardware or software, which all adds up to a lower TCO for you.
Manage access to bandwidth-intensive sites to improve network performance.
Control which types or categories of websites that end users can access with Umbrella. Easily see which websites are most bandwidth-intensive for your networks — like P2P and video streaming — and block problem content, freeing up bandwidth.
Provide an appropriate Internet experience to employees and guests.
Umbrella Web filtering allows you to block inappropriate sites, and balance offering valuable Internet access with ensuring a family-friendly, productive environment.
What Customers are Saying
We needed a solution that was easy-to-manage but still incredibly effective. I would absolutely recommend Umbrella to any SysAdmin who wants to stop fixing malware and start preventing it.”
Patrick Hooper, IT architecture services manager
From the Security Labs
Dec 5, 2013
Previously, we introduced our real-time API, and Senior Research Scientist Ping Yan recently blogged about how she used it to find Black Friday scams. The data feed, described in the…