Network Security

  • Next generation firewall
  • Web & Email Gateway
  • Network Intrusion Prevention System
  • Web Application Firewall
  • DDoS Mitigation

Next generation firewall

Next-generation firewalls include intrusion prevention system (IPS) technology that can detect and block cyber attacks. But they are not a complete substitute for a purpose-built next-generation IPS. Effective network security requires both. This paper explains how these two important security defenses work together to protect your network and your business.

Web & Email Gateway

Web Gateway protect Web-surfing PCs from infection and enforce company policies. A secure Web gateway is a solution that filters unwanted software/malware from user-initiated Web/Internet traffic and enforces corporate and regulatory policy compliance. These gateways must, at a minimum, include URL filtering, malicious-code detection and filtering, and application controls for popular Web-based applications, such as instant messaging (IM) and Skype. Native or integrated data leak prevention is also increasingly included.

Network Intrusion Prevention System

Next-Generation IPS sets a new standard for advanced threat protection integrating real-time contextual awareness, full-stack visibility and intelligent security automation to deliver industry-leading security effectiveness, performance and low total cost of ownership. Passive intrusion detection (IDS) mode notifies of suspicious network traffic and behavior while inline IPS mode blocks threats.

Web Application Firewall

Web Application Firewall stops web attacks and prevents costly data breaches and downtime.Web Application Firewall stops web attacks and prevents costly data breaches and downtime. Combining multiple defenses accurately pinpoints and blocks attacks without blocking your customers

DDoS Mitigation

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are more devastating than ever. Ensuring availability of business services requires organizations to rethink how to build scalable DDoS defenses that can surgically distinguish an attacker from a legitimate user. Whether for financial, political or other motivations, today’s attacks have evolved to include DDoS toolkits, weaponized IoT devices, online DDoS services and more