A firewall protects our internal network, resources, and data from the dangers and threats that exist in external networks, such as the Internet.

Merely filtering traffic according to protocols has been insufficient for firewalls (FW) for a long time now. The future of firewalls (FW) is moving in the direction of machine learning and complete cyber protection. Today’s firewalls must recognise all types of known applications (eg: BitTorrent, Dropbox, Facebook-Chat) and their standardised use and must support SD-WAN connectivity, advanced security checking of traffic content and much more.

Key benefits:

Firewalls exist in two forms: dedicated hardware or software. Both variants can also be virtualised with individual contexts, which can operate completely autonomously.
Detection and containment of attacks, intrusions, threats and unusual activities.
Application filtering of traffic content.
Content filtering of traffic (unwanted files, services and content).
Tracking connections and translating IP addresses.
Smart SD-WAN connectivity for Internet access as well as for remote location access.
Encryption/decryption of private IPSec connections.
Decryption and control of desired traffic.

Browsing Isolation

Browsing isolation protects users against targeted phishing attacks and credential theft.

Attackers are quickly getting the upper hand by using malicious URLs for large-scale campaigns. With browser isolation (BI) you can be protected against these growing threats and you can allow users to access the Internet securely while defending against malware and data loss.

Key benefits:

Isolating malicious URLs incorporate email through risk-based adaptive control
Using browser isolation for high-risk web use, such as unknown or new domains
Preventing credential theft
Deploying quickly and easily from the cloud – no hardware or endpoint agents needed
Providing users with a seamless browsing experience
Simplifying compliance with EU GDPR