Data Security

Mitigating Threats Thru Layered Defence concept (The castle Analogy) for Data security.

Data Security

GARTNER has defined NGFW requirements in 2009 which are as mentioned below:

  • Application Awareness and Full Stack Visibility
  • Integrated Rather Than Co-Located IPS
  • Extra-Firewall Intelligence to Identify Users
  • Standard First-Generation Firewall Capabilities
  • Support “bump in the wire” Deployments

Based on the same we design security solutions using NEXT-GENERATION FIREWALL which can :

  • Identify and Control All Applications, All Ports.
  • Identify and Control Encrypted SSL Traffic
  • Apply Policy Control to Unknown Traffic
  • Identify and Control Security Circumventors
  • Control Applications Sharing a Single Session
  • Control Functions Within Specific Applications
  • Scan Collaborative Apps for Threats, Leakage
  • Extend Visibility and Control to Remote Users
  • Integrate Security Intelligence and Policy Control
  • Ensure App Visibility Does Not Slow Business

Data Security (Endpoint):

End devices are more prone to cyber-attacks and are the most common entry points from where attackers can intrude the network. Thus it is very important to protect Endpoints from Cyber-attacks.

For ensuring the security of the endpoints we design solutions that will facilitate:

  • Visibility across all networks
  • Provide real-time detection and protection against vulnerabilities and attacks
  • Facilitate Real-time scanning for highly efficient malware detection and improved machine performance
  • Web and file reputation support for Malware detection and prevention through web reputation, anti-spam techniques, and application control
  • Behavioural analysis for proactive detection and blocking of advanced malware and techniques that evade traditional defences.
  • High-fidelity machine learning facilitating augmentation of Human inputs with threat intelligence data for rapid detections and accurate defences against known and unknown threats.
  • Endpoint security. The security that employs sandboxing, breach detection, and endpoint sensor capabilities detect suspicious activities and prevent attacks and lateral movement within the network.