Today's security and compliance challenges require a systems-based approach to create the cutting-edge Self Defending Networks. A good Self-Defending Network enables the organization to:

  • Design & maintain trusted infrastructure which guards against business disruption.

  • Evolve and operate efficiently while maintaining a secure, compliant environment.

Best developed solutions allow for quick response to emerging threats such as:

  • Malware spread by E-mail and SPAM.

  • Malware propagation and botnets.

  • Phishing attacks hosted on Web sites

  • Attacks targeting increasing extensible markup language (XML) traffic, service-oriented architecture (SOA), and Web services

The solutions provide a path for integration and migration. These products become integrated into a systems approach as emerging threats become more extensive.

Deploying a systems approach to configure, monitor, and, the policy will support regular compliance and helps in cost-effective systems management. By using a systems approach in security management you get:

  • Intelligent threat prevention and event collaboration.

  • Common policy configuration.

  • Effective operational control and risk analysis minimized complexity in configuration.

In a world with more data, more users, and more services, there’s more to protect. Meanwhile, cyberthreats are constantly changing, evolving – getting smarter and more sophisticated.

What’s the answer? The traditional approach has been to bolt on the latest threat protection product in the hope that adding to the patchwork of security solutions does the trick. It’s time to put cybersecurity above everything.

It’s time to put cybersecurity above everything.

Network security comprises of following components:

Gateway Protection

Gateway protection refers to the security appliances used for centralizing gateway level protection to all incoming and outgoing network traffic while controlling the applications and bandwidth without causing any impact towards performance and scalability.

Solution components: