DDoS mitigation refers to the process of successfully protecting a targeted server or network from a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
Provide insight into malicious activity within internal networks which may be unseen by other types of cyber defense. Deception technology enables a more proactive security posture by seeking to deceive the attackers, detect them, and then defeat them, allowing the enterprise to return to normal operations.
Firewall Auditing and Workflow
Check firewalls continuously for security and compliance issues and find vulnerabilities that could be exposed by a change. Add intelligent automation to the security policy change workflow that improves business agility and reduces risk.
Internet of Things (IOT) Security
Secure IOT devices and the networks they’re connected to. In the business setting, IoT devices include industrial machines, smart energy grids, building automation, plus whatever personal IoT devices employees bring to work.
NAC helps enterprises implement policies for controlling devices and user access to their networks. NAC can set policies for resource, role, device and location-based access and enforce security compliance with security and patch management policies, among other controls.
Stop or mitigate unauthorized access to private networks connected to the Internet, especially intranets. The only traffic allowed on the network is defined via firewall policies – any other traffic attempting to access the network is blocked.
Network Traffic Analysis and Visibility
Network traffic analysis and visibility tools monitor network availability, performance, monitored applications, and activity to identify anomalies, including security and operational issues.
SSL Encryption and Inspection
Inspect and filter out potentially dangerous content, such as malware, and have your encryption traffic scrutinized by your security software as opposed to passing threats undetected.
Unified Threat Management (UTM)
UTM typically refers to a firewall that integrates the capabilities of multiple security products into one all-inclusive security console which is easier to manage and reduces the complexity of having disparate security solutions.