Next Generation Firewalls (NGFW) is an advanced version of the traditional firewall. NGFW possess deeper content inspection capabilities which in turn, has the capabilities to identify attacks, malware, and other malicious threats. NGFW meets performance needs of hyper-scale and hybrid IT architectures, enabling organizations to deliver optimal user experience, and manage security risks for better business continuity.
We only partner with the best of the best when it comes to NGFW. We believe that a firewall isn’t just a network device but a part of critical security infrastructure that relates to a security first approach.
Zero Trust is a cybersecurity strategy that requires authentication or verification before permitting access to corporate data or critical resources. The foundation of this security model is to eliminate the concept of trusted networks, endpoints, users, and processes and shifts towards a “Never Trust, Always Verify” model which assumes breach and verifies each request regardless of where the request originates from or what resource is accesses.
Zero Trust is made up of several components and we are here to help you on towards your journey to a Zero Trust Framework.
Email is a business-critical communication tool that is essential for business continuity. Email is also a vulnerable system as your organisation is always just one email away from a malicious actor and your users is just one click away from causing disruption.
An Email security gateway is to provide defence, be vigorous, comprehensive and feature rich against any email-based threat like spam, malware, ransomware and phishing. The right email security gateway solution will also help protect against internet threats, like an accidentally or intentional data leak.
A Web security gateway protects users and the organisation against online threats by monitoring and filtering internet traffic in real time. Web security gateway will also be blocking traffic deemed to be suspicious, malicious, or meeting criteria set by the administrator like time-wasting website.
The right web security gateway needs to allow IT Administrators to be able to identify risky users and to enforce strong policies across the organisation to uphold a tight security posture.
A better part of breaches target vulnerabilities in the application layer rather than in the network layer.
From a Web Application Security perspective, application security includes front end, source codes and involved systems such as databases, websites, client and server applications and mobile apps.
Applications can be secured by using technology like Web Application firewall. Open Web Application Security Project aka OWASP list the top 10 most common application vulnerabilities. It describes the risk, impacts and corrective measures. The challenge is to ensure that your web applications are secure and not subjected to any vulnerabilities. Having the right WAF protecting against the top 10 OWASP and other methods of intrusion will save you time, effort, cost and reputation.
It all starts at the endpoint. An endpoint is the place where communications originate, and where they are received. Organisations have a diverse mix of endpoints, whether they be laptops, mobile devices, servers, printers, IoT Devices and more. These endpoints often have different configurations, Operating Systems, Workloads which makes protecting all these devices difficult.
Endpoint security gains visibility into devices accessing the network. But do you know how many devices are connected to your network? That is a real challenge in a digital world as any device can be connected to your network. In the current world of remote working, corporate devices are connecting to public networks, private home networks that you as an IT Admin have no control over. Employees may be connecting unapproved external peripherals without your knowledge and risk corporate data that is resided on the remote devices.
We work with you to understand what it is that you are looking for when it comes to securing your devices within your organisation.
IAM is a framework of technology, processors and policies that enables organisation to administer user identities and control access to enterprise resources. Because IAM stands between users and your critical assets it has become a critical part of every security practice especially the Zero Trust security foundation.
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) purpose is to collect and aggregate logs and event data from various technologies throughout your entire environment.
SIEM is important as it makes it easier for organisation to manage security as SIEM regularises and aggregates substantial number of logs and then alerts on events that are built in the SIEM solution or custom made by the IT Security team or Administrator.
A SIEM solution can be hosted internally or as a SaaS option which has benefits such as being a remote location in which a malicious actor cannot alter and you only pay for the resources you consume making this an adaptable security solution as your business grows.