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Next Generation Firewall

Next Generation Firewalls (NGFW) are security solutions that go beyond the protocol and port inspection of traditional firewalls and enable application-level data analysis. Traditional firewall configuration consisted of rule sets that told the security solution which protocols could be transmitted in which direction and which ports were allowed for these transmissions. As a result of the increase in application traffic with the developing technology, traditional firewalls could not keep up and NGFWs started to enter our lives. NGFW products not only examine the protocol and port used, but also look closely at the content of the data stream. It detects unusual behavior with deep packet inspection in network traffic. It prevents unauthorized data entry and filters infected files. They recognize the activities of users on the Internet and, depending on policies, decide what they should and should not do.

Next Generation IPS

Intrusion prevention system (IPS) is a critical component of network security to protect against new and existing vulnerabilities in devices and servers. To stop advanced threats and provide a superior user experience, IPS technologies inspect all traffic, including encrypted traffic, with minimal performance impact. It is used to identify malicious activity, record detected threats, report detected threats, and take preventive measures to prevent a threat from causing harm. An IPS tool can also be used to continuously monitor a network in real time.

Secure Remote Access

As more and more employees have switched to remote work with the pandemic, the cybersecurity threats faced by organizations have also changed. While remote working brings many benefits to companies, it also brings specific security challenges and vulnerabilities not found in traditional office environments.

The concept of secure remote access refers to a set of security procedures and solutions aimed at preventing unauthorized access to digital assets and preventing data theft. A secure remote access solution can consist of several different methods, including Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), multi-factor authentication (MFA) and endpoint encryption.


Zero Trust Network Access is technology that enables remote users and applications to connect directly to specific applications and resources on-premises without a VPN or sharing network access. Policies give authorized users and applications direct access to assets based on role and context through end-to-end policy enforcement. So your users can have secure access to everything, from anywhere.

Centralized Management

Centralized management refers to managing cybersecurity processes across the enterprise using a single, centralized set of tools, procedures and systems. Centralized management differs from traditional management models in that it uses a centralized network to keep all elements between cybersecurity departments under a single umbrella.

Analysis and Reporting

Analytics and Reporting integrates network logging, analytics and reporting into a single system, enabling greater insight and visibility into security events on your network. It offers centralized security event analysis, reporting, content archiving, data mining, malicious file quarantine and vulnerability management visibility to businesses of all sizes.

Security Enhancement and Automation

Policies that are complicated by the intensity of workflow bring security risks. Current manual approaches to network and security operations are too slow and error-prone to be effective in today’s environment. Increasing complexity means that more changes on more platforms need to be implemented faster and with the same number of staff.

With network change automation, you can maximize your business agility. By automating network visibility and provisioning, you can reduce the complexity of setting and managing your ever-growing policy configurations to improve efficiency, productivity and compliance.

You can also automatically identify, locate and remove outdated or unused firewall rules or rule sets. You can reduce your security risks without reducing productivity. With your network analytics and automation tools, you can efficiently optimize rules to maintain security policies in a constantly changing network.

Micro Segmentation

Micro-segmentation is a technique that divides networks into small, distinct, protected zones to strengthen an enterprise’s security posture. This approach reduces risk by reducing the available attack surface within a network. It prevents lateral movement and privileged escalation, making it easier to detect and remediate security incidents as they occur.

By implementing security architecture based on edge micro-segmentation, enterprises, especially those that consider their legacy technologies as a weak point in their security posture, can reduce the attack surface and protect their sensitive data more easily as policy management improves.

E-Mail Security

Email security includes the techniques and technologies used to protect email accounts and communications. As an organization’s largest attack surface, email is a primary target for phishing attacks and can be used to spread malware.

Email is a critical component of enterprise communications as it enables users to communicate quickly, easily and across a variety of devices. In addition, email can be used to send a number of different types of media. Communications can be tracked, stored and organized by attributes such as time and date stamps and size.

Advanced Threat Prevention

The explosion of increasingly sophisticated malware is creating a highly dynamic cybersecurity threat landscape. Many organizations are struggling to keep up. The problem is compounded by a lack of cybersecurity capabilities.

With advanced threat prevention solutions, you can quickly improve your security posture to address the latest threats and trends. Relying solely on signatures or manual mitigation is no longer possible, as data exfiltration can happen in mere minutes. It is crucial to integrate advanced threat intelligence into your threat response processes. So you can quickly understand an impending threat, which entry points are vulnerable and what actions you need to take.

Honeypot of Deception

Honeypots refer to deceptive servers or systems deployed next to the systems your organization actually uses for production. Honeypots are designed to look like attractive targets and are deployed to allow IT teams to monitor the system’s security responses and direct the attacker away from their target.

DNS Security

When we use the internet, we use domain names to indicate the website we want to visit. However, computers use IP addresses to identify different systems connected to the internet and to route traffic across the internet. The Domain Name System (DNS) is the protocol that makes the internet usable by allowing the use of domain names.

DNS is widely trusted by organizations and DNS traffic is often allowed to pass freely through network firewalls. However, they are widely vulnerable to attack and misused. The security of DNS is a critical component of network security.

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