NAC ensures that only authorized devices and users can access the network and its resources. It involves authentication, authorization, and enforcement of security policies. This helps organizations to prevent unauthorized access, reduce the risk of data breaches, and maintain compliance with security regulations. NAC solutions can be integrated with firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, and endpoint protection.
Firewalls monitor and control incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predetermined security rules. UTM combines multiple security features, such as antivirus, intrusion detection, and content filtering, into a single platform. NFGW takes UTM to the next level by incorporating more advanced features, such as deep packet inspection and application control. These solutions are essential for protecting against cyber threats, ensuring regulatory compliance, and maintaining the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of network resources.
DNS & DHCP Security
DNS security involves protecting against DNS spoofing, cache poisoning, and other attacks that can lead to incorrect or malicious DNS responses. DHCP security involves preventing rogue DHCP servers and ensuring that only authorized devices are assigned IP addresses. Both DNS and DHCP security are essential for maintaining the integrity, availability, and confidentiality of network data and services, and should be implemented using best practices such as secure configurations, access controls, and monitoring.
Deep Packet Inspection
DPI is a network monitoring and filtering technique that allows for the inspection of the contents of data packets as they pass through a network. This method enables the identification of specific applications, protocols, or even individual users within the network. DPI is used for a variety of purposes, including network security, traffic shaping, and content filtering.
Security Orchestration, Automation & Response
SOAR is a comprehensive security solution that streamlines the incident response process which combines security orchestration and automation to enable faster and more efficient response to security incidents. SOAR platforms automate the collection of data from multiple sources, analyze the data, and take appropriate actions based on pre-defined workflows. By automating repetitive tasks and providing a centralized platform for managing security incidents, SOAR helps organizations to reduce response times, improve accuracy, and ultimately enhance their security posture.
Intrusion Detection System & Intrusion Prevention System
IDS and IPS are security measures that help protect computer networks from unauthorized access. IDS monitor network traffic and identify potential security threats. IPS take it a step further by not only detecting threats, but also actively blocking them. While IDS is a passive approach to security, IPS is a more proactive approach that prevents cyber-attacks before they occur. Both IDS and IPS help protect against a wide range of threats, including malware, phishing attacks, and other types of cyber threats.
Wireless Intrusion Prevention System
WIPS protects wireless networks from unauthorized access and cyber threats. It uses advanced algorithms and machine learning to detect and prevent potential attacks in real-time. It identifies rogue access points, unauthorized devices, and malicious activity, providing network administrators with the visibility and control they need to secure their wireless infrastructure.
Data Leap Protection
DLP refers to a set of tools and processes designed to protect sensitive data from unauthorized access, use, or transmission. It involves identifying and classifying sensitive information, monitoring its use and movement, and implementing controls to prevent data leakage. DLP solutions help organizations comply with regulations, prevent data breaches, and safeguard their reputation.
Web Application Firewall
WAF protects web applications from attacks by monitoring and filtering incoming traffic. It is designed to detect and block common web application attacks such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), and other malicious activities. WAFs are typically deployed in front of web servers and can be configured to allow or block traffic based on various criteria such as IP address, geographical location, user agent, and more.