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GAJSHIELD Next Generation Firewall Unique Context Sensitive Network based Data Leak Prevention System with Cloud Security

GAJSHIELD Next Generation DLP Firewall
Unique Context Sensitive Network based Data Leak Prevention System with Cloud Security

GAJSHIELD DLP Firewall

Next Generation DLP Firewall

Unique Context Sensitive Network based Data Leak Prevention System with Cloud Security

GajShield’s layered security platforms are designed to provide in depth protection against various attacks by tightly integrating key security functions and to securely connect remote offices and partners. GajShield Network Security Appliances combines ICSA Certified Firewall, IPS, VPN, URL Filtering, Virus screening and Bandwidth Management in a single appliance to provide in depth protection at the network edge.

ICSA Certified

  • User Sense UTM – Policy combination of User, Source, IP
  • address and Service
  • Policy based control for Firewall, IPS, URL Filtering,
  • Anti-virus, Anti-spam, DLP and Bandwidth Management
  • Access Scheduling
  • Policy based Source & Destination NAT
  • H.323 NAT Traversal, 802.1q VLAN Support
  • DoS, DDoS, Syn Flood Attack prevention

For SOHO specification

GS 15nu GS20nu
Firewall
– Concurrent Sessions 190000 3300000
– New Sessions/Second 5100 28000
– Firewall Throughput 230 Mbps 3.2 Gbps
– VPN Throughput 100 Mbps 325 Mbps
– UTM Throughput 170 Mbps 280 Mbps
– Antivirus Throughput 140 Mbps 450 Mbps
– IPS Throughput 160 Mbps 720 Mbps
– VPN Tunnels 25 550
– Configurable WAN / DMZ / LAN ports Yes Yes
– 10/100 Interfaces 4 4
– 10/100/1000 Interface

For SME

GS 80nu

GajShield ‘GS 40dc’ provides content aware data context, which helps you to secure your enterprise beyond next generation firewalls. The GajShield 40dc appliance is targeted at high speed Internet security device for SOHO/SMB. The 40dc appliance manages gigabit traffic with content aware data context platform providing enterprise grade security even to the smallest enterprise.

GS 40d c FEATURES SPEC IF ICAT IONS
10/100
10/100/1000 4
Concurrent Sessions 320000
New Sessions Per Second 8000
Firewall Throughput 2.5 Gbps
VPN Throughput 400 Mbps
UTM Throughput 350 Mbps
AntiVirus Throughput 425 Mbps
IPS Throughput 475 Mbps
VPN Tunnels 150
Configurable WAN/LAN/DMZ ports cx Yes

For Enterprise

GS 130d c FEATURES GajShield 260d Features GS 320dc-f  Features GajShield 330d Features GajShield 930d Features GajShield 1030d Features
10/100 6 10 20/16 20/16
10/100/1000 8 2 4 4/8 4/8
Concurrent Sessions 850000 850000 900000 1100000 3000000
New Sessions Per Second 26000 26000 30000 60000 150000
Firewall Throughput 5.5 Gbps 5.5 Gbps 7 Gbps 20 Gbps 25 Gbps
VPN Throughput 1.9 Gbps 1.9 Gbps 2.5 Gbps 12 Gbps 15 Gbps
UTM Throughput 1 Gbps 1 Gbps 2100 Mbps 3.5 Gbps 5 Gbps
AntiVirus Throughput 1200 Mbps 1200 Mbps 2200 Mbps 5.7 Gbps 7.2 Gbps
IPS Throughput 1500 Mbps 1500 Mbps 2400 Mbps 9.5 Gbps 11.5 Gbps
VPN Tunnels 4000 4000 6000 20000 25000
Configurable WAN/LAN/DMZ ports yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

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How do you set up a successful firewall migration?

This may outright stun a few security professionals, but it is (yes, affirmative) possible for migrations to be relatively fast, totally secure and overall mostly painless.

Not what you’ve experienced? Also not surprising.

Migration projects tend to drag on – and paradoxically, they become the cause of security problems they were only initiated to fix up.

This happens for any number of reasons, including:

  • Staffing concerns: Cybersecurity needs more people. There’s 2x more job postings for cybersecurity roles than other IT roles at present, but the talent marketplace hasn’t fully caught up yet.
  • Infrastructure issues: Infrastructure is the plumbing/umpire of the network. It’s essential to the function, but completely ignored until there’s an actual problem. Migrations tend to bring some of those infrastructure concerns to the fore and quickly.
  • Cost overruns: This happens for dozens of reasons including staffing concerns, budgeting mistakes and competing priorities.
  • Disruption of network services: Migrations become a hassle in part because they take down other aspects of the network that customers (and internal employees) may need access to.

That’s a partial list of why migrations are often such a hassle for companies.

Is there a better way, though?

The Four Essentials of a Successful Migration

This might sound almost too logical, so brace yourself.

The four steps you need to move through (in order) are:

  1. Remove Technical Mistakes
  2. Remove Unused Access
  3. Refine and Organize
  4. Continually Monitor

Let’s take this one-by-one quickly.

Remove Technical Mistakes

Most firewall rulebases are going to have some combination of hidden rules, shadowed rules, redundant rules and overlapping rules. All these can cause network problems, security breaches and overly long migration processes. The first step, simply, is to rid the rulebase of these issues.

Take a look at this, for example:
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The source and service columns are different. They’re different rules, right? Well, not necessarily. Look closer and you can see Rule 14 is using the source network of 192.168.20.0/24, which embraces the source for Rule 19 (192.168.20.95). The services of Rule

That’s an example of a hidden rule. That’s akin to the dark matter of network security; you can’t see it directly. This is a big problem for many security professionals and their bosses, and that fogginess gets extrapolated in cloud settings. But the way this hidden rule was ultimately found was through Traffic Flow Analysis (TFA), which is a tool you can deploy to show how packets move through your network. TFA helps you clean up some of the technical mistakes.

Remove Unused Access

This is about policy analysis – looking at network rules, system policy rules and firewall rules – followed by rule and object usage analysis.

If the primary goal of network security policy is to determine what’s allowed and what isn’t (and that should always be the goal), these three steps are designed to help you understand the present effectiveness of your ruleset.

Consider object usage, which is primarily about firewalls. With object analysis, we can see the amount of traffic across the full inventory of firewall devices. This is essential in a migration, because it gives you the opportunity to objectify your next set of firewalls to mirror or change your current object usage.

Traffic Flow Analysis comes back into the picture here too, isolating out the routing rules that keep the network safe and working effectively.

Refine and Organize

Now that you have a better picture of your rules and access points, it’s time to move forward and refine for new business goals.

This is about vulnerability analysis and compliance checks. Good vulnerability analysis is going to contain some possibility of attack simulation – so that you can visualize what your future attackers might try to do.

No resource is ever compromised without first being accessed through a series of events – events that are governed by the rulebase. But when you combine vulnerabilities with the rulebase, you have a clear picture of how an exposure can be exploited. Or, you may find that you’re ready to implement the new rule with no ill-intended effects.

The final piece of the puzzle – how you tie everything together and make sure it’s running smoothly – is called orchestration. Easiest analogy or parallel here is legitimately, well, an orchestra. If each instrument is off doing their own thing and playing their own chords, it’s going to sound horrible. But if everything is in sync and working together, that’s a lot better.

In the same way, end-to-end orchestration is the final piece of the refining and organizing process. By automating the rule lifecycle – intent, design, review, implementation and decommissioning – our migration can have the same consistency we enjoyed when clearing the rulebase of undesirables.

Continuous Compliance

Compliance drift happens over time. Because of how busy security teams get, it’s often goes under the radar as it’s happening.

There are any number of platforms out there proposing or offering “continuous compliance,” but the fine print matters more here. For something to truly deploy “continuous compliance,” you need it to be:

  1. Real-time
  2. Global in scale
  3. Work with user and machine behavior
  4. Retain data forever
  5. Be customizable

Consider the need to retain data forever (which is incredibly important and not offered by many security solutions). If we only have data that extends back 30, 60 or 90 days, that does not give us the full picture of an object’s or a rule’s activity. We make a change out of a conviction that we have an unused rule, then calamity strikes. We could have spared ourselves this set back if we had data that could give more insight to the decision.

Check Point says its new security appliances prevent ‘Gen V’ attacks

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. has announced three new Smart-1 security management appliances. This follows on the heels of the company’s announcement of Check Point Infinity Total Protection, a new security model to prevent ‘Gen V’ threats and attacks.

The new appliances enable centralized, unified policy management, and advanced log and threat analysis for real-time, enterprise-wide security monitoring and control, for Gen V (5th Generation) cyber-protection.

All business sectors are now experiencing Gen V cyber-attacks, defined as large-scale and fast moving attacks across mobile, cloud and on-premise networks.  These sophisticated attacks easily bypass the conventional, static detection-based defenses being used by most organizations today.

The new Smart-1 appliances, deliver management storage capacity of up to 48TB, logging rates of up to 100,000 logs/sec and a performance boost of up to 8x compared to previous models. This enables  unprecedented security management performance across network, cloud and mobile environments for efficient Gen V cyber protection.

The three new appliances, Smart-1 525, Smart-1 5050 and Smart-1 5150 provide enterprise IT teams with holistic, single-console security management and the ability to correlate, store and analyse huge amounts of new and historic data from thousands of network devices.  This streamlines and accelerates security management processes, and strengthens organizations’ security postures in response to the current Gen V cyber-attack landscape.

“The Smart-1 Appliance family gives customers an agile, high-capacity security management solution that delivers in-depth visibility into their security posture,” said Gabi Reish, VP product management and product marketing at Check Point.  “This makes it even easier for organizations to keep themselves fully protected against Gen V cyber-threats, by deploying and managing security with unrivalled performance, all on a single device.”

Smart-1 appliances are part of the Check Point Infinity architecture, which combines real-time threat prevention, shared intelligence and the most advanced security across networks, cloud and mobile.

The appliances were announced at CPX 360 Barcelona, Check Point’s annual cyber-security summit and expo for customers and partners.

What is microsegmentation? How getting granular improves network security

Microsegmentation is a way to create secure zones in data centers and cloud deployments that allow you to isolate workloads and protect them individually.

Microsegmentation is a method of creating secure zones in data centers and cloud deployments that allows companies to isolate workloads from one another and secure them individually. It’s aimed at making network security more granular.

Microsegmentation vs. VLANs, firewalls and ACLs

Network segmentation isn’t new. Companies have relied on firewalls, virtual local area networks (VLAN) and access control lists (ACL) for network segmentation for years. With microsegmentation, policies are applied to individual workloads for greater attack resistance.

“Where VLANs let you do very coarse-grained segmentation, microsegmentation lets you do more fine-grained segmentation. So anywhere you need to get down to granular partitioning of traffic, that’s where you’ll find it,” says analyst Zeus Kerravala, founder of ZK Research and a contributor to Network World.

The rise of software-defined networks and network virtualisation has paved the way for microsegmentation. “We can do things in software, in a layer that’s decoupled from the underlying hardware,” Kerravala says. “That makes segmentation much easier to deploy.”

How microsegmentation manages data centre traffic

Traditional firewalls, intrusion prevention systems (IPS) and other security systems are designed to inspect and secure traffic coming into the data center in a north-south direction. Microsegmentation gives companies greater control over the growing amount of east-west or lateral communication that occurs between servers, bypassing perimeter-focused security tools. If breaches occur, microsegmentation limits potential lateral exploration of networks by hackers.

“Most companies put all their high value security tools in the core of the data center: firewalls, IPSes. And so the traffic moving north-south has to pass through those firewalls. If it’s moving east-west, it’s bypassing those security tools,” Kerravala says. “You could put firewalls up at every interconnection point, but that would be prohibitively expensive. It’s also not very agile.”

Do network or security pros drive microsegmentation? 

Microsegmentation is gaining momentum, but there are still questions about who should own it. In a large enterprise, a network security engineer might lead the effort. In smaller companies, a team involving security and network operations might spearhead microsegmentation deployments.

“I don’t know if there’s really one group that’s in charge of it. I think it depends what you’re using it for,” Kerravala says. He sees interest from security and network pros.

“I think because it operates as a network overlay, in most cases, it’s easy for security operations to deploy and then run it over the top of the network. And I see network operations people doing it too, as a way to secure IoT devices, for example. Those are really the two primary audiences.”

Microsegmentation benefits and security challenges

With microsegmentation, IT pros can tailor security settings to different types of traffic, creating policies that limit network and application flows between workloads to those that are explicitly permitted. In this zero-trust security model, a company could set up a policy, for example, that states medical devices can only talk to other medical devices. And if a device or workload moves, the security policies and attributes move with it.

The goal is to decrease the network attack surface: By applying segmentation rules down to the workload or application, IT can reduce the risk of an attacker moving from one compromised workload or application to another.

Another driver is operational efficiency. Access control lists, routing rules and firewall policies can get unwieldy and introduce a lot of management overhead, making policies difficult to scale in rapidly changing environments.

Microsegmentation is typically done in software, which makes it easier to define fine-grained segments. And with microsegmentation, IT can work to centralize network segmentation policy and reduce the number of firewall rules needed.

Granted, that’s no small task – it won’t be easy to consolidate years of firewall rules and access control lists and translate them into policies that can be enforced across today’s complex, distributed enterprise environments.

For starters, mapping the connections between workloads, applications, and environments requires visibility that many enterprises lack.

“One of the big challenges with segmentation is you have to know what to segment. My research shows that 50% of companies have little or no confidence that they know what IT devices are on the network. If you don’t even know what devices are on the network, how do you know what kind of segments to create? There’s a lack of visibility into data center flows,” Kerravala says.

Ransomware’ Joins the Hallowed Pages of the OED

We all know that the last year has been just the bees-knees for ransomware operators; it’s just the tops, really, between the world-dominating success of WannaCry and NotPetya, the pioneering of ransomware-as-a-service offerings and the development of truly horrific strains of the stuff, like BrickerBot (tagline: The permanent ransomware!).

So bad actors already have much to celebrate as they count the Bitcoin in their coffers, but there’s yet another feather in the cap for these jerks: The word ‘ransomware’ has been codified into the latest edition of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED).

Yep, those behind that venerable tome have deemed ransomware to be a big enough deal to give it its own dictionary entry. The OED is not just the end authority on what’s a word and what isn’t (and, ergo, what Microsoft Office should and should not be adding a red line underneath). The OED is an important cultural barometer.

The powers that be monitor how English usage changes over time, ever-ready to either accept a neologism or ignore it. Our language is among the most elastic in the world, allowing for an immense amount of creativity in word construction, and the result is that someone needs to police that business, because everyone, especially in this age of social media, tends to be out there making up new words willy-nilly (‘nothingburger’, I’m looking at you).

Every year the OED decides what has crossed the chasm from cute meme, convenient abbreviation or fun witticism to the real deal. Some words may have initial viral success but ultimately are considered limited when it comes to permeating the culture at large – others signify cultural movements, or have been so widely adopted so as to be pervasive and impossible to ignore (that happened with the term ‘Google’ used as a verb back in 2006). In ransomware’s case, it’s just such a phenomenon that the OED can’t rightly ignore it.

Ransomware joins other indicators of culture – pointing to conversations that are happening in the culture at large. These include ‘mansplaining’, ‘tomgirl’ (a feminist replacement for the conventional ‘tomboy’) and even ‘snowflake’, used to describe someone who is “overly sensitive or as feeling entitled to special treatment or consideration.”

Also included are a few things that are decidedly regional, and not too applicable to we native English speakers outside of the UK. These include initialisms used on the UK online parenting forum Mumsnet, such as ‘TTC’ (trying to conceive), ‘BFN/BFP’ (big fat negative/big fat positive related to the results of a pregnancy test) and ‘CIO’ (cry it out). On that one, OED senior editor Fi Mooring told the BBC that the words will resonate “even with [native English speakers] who are not parents.” Could that be true?

Another regional add is ‘Geg’, which is Liverpudlian slang for intruding or joining in uninvited.

There’s also ‘masstige’, a snarky combination of the words ‘masses’ and ‘prestige’, referring to cheap products that are marketed as luxury items; and the absolutely delightful ‘hazzle’, which apparently means “to dry in open air” (who knew? Apparently enough people do).

In any event, the dictionary has 829,000 words and counting, and is updated on a quarterly basis (the next update is due in April 2018). What could be next? I’m not sure how much cyber-lingo is already included, but the way things are going, ransomware is unlikely to be the last from our arena to make it in.

What is the hype around Firewall as a Service?

Admit it. Who would not want their firewall maintenance grunt work to go away?
For more than 20 years, companies either managed their edge firewall appliances or had service providers rack-and-stack appliances in their data centers and did it for them.
This was called a managed firewall — an appliance wrapped with a managed service, often from a carrier or managed security service provider (MSSP).
The provider assumed the management of the firewall box, its software, and even its policy and management from the over-burdened IT team. But customers ended up paying for the inefficiency of dealing with appliances (i.e. “grunt work”) because the problem just shifted to the provider. A new architecture was needed – a transformation from an appliance form factor to a true cloud service.In a 2016 Hype Cycle for Infrastructure Protection report, Gartner analyst Jeremy D’Hoinne initiated the emerging category of Firewall as a Service (FWaaS).

He defined FWaaS as “…a firewall delivered as a cloud-based service or hybrid solution (that is, cloud plus on-premises appliances). The promise of FWaaS is to provide simpler and more flexible architecture by leveraging centralized policy management, multiple enterprise firewall features and traffic tunneling to partially or fully move security inspections to a cloud infrastructure

Recently, in the 2017 Magic Quadrant for Unified Threat Management (SMB Multifunction Firewalls), the analysts reference a Gartner client survey indicating 14% of respondents were likely (8%) or very likely (6%) to consider moving all the firewall security functions to FWaaS.
FWaaS isn’t merely packaging of legacy appliances into a managed service. It is challenging the decades-old concept of the appliance as the primary form factor to deliver network security capabilities.

What is an FWaaS?

FWaaS offers a single logical firewall that is available anywhere, seamlessly scales to address any traffic workload, enforces unified policy, and self-maintained by a cloud provider.
Let’s look at these elements in more detail.

• Single, global firewall instance — One firewall instance for the entire global organization is radically different than the current architecture that places a network security stack at each location, a regional hub or a datacenter.
With FWaaS every organizational resource (data center, branch, cloud infrastructure or a mobile user) plugs into the FWaaS global service and leverages all of its security capabilities (application control, URL filtering, IPS, etc).

• Seamlessly scales to address inspection workload — FWaaS provides the necessary compute resources to perform all security processing on all traffic regardless of source or destination.
IT teams no longer need complex sizing processes to determine the appliance capacity needed to plan for today’s business requirements and future growth.For example, the increase in SSL traffic volume pressures appliance processing capacity and can force unplanned. FWaaS can scale to accommodate these needs without disrupting the customer’s business operations.

• Enforcing a unified policy — A single firewall, by design, has a single security policy. While legacy appliance vendors created centralized management consoles to ease managing distributed appliances, IT must still consider the individual firewalls instances per location and often customize policies to the locations’ unique attributes.
In heterogenous firewall environments (often created due to M&A) security policy is hard to configure and enforce increasing exposure to hackers and web-borne threats. Contrast that with a single cloud-based firewall that uniformly applies the security policy on all traffic, for all locations and users.

• Self-maintained — One of the most painful aspects of firewall management is maintaining the software through patches and upgrades. It is a risky process that could impact business connectivity and security.
Many IT teams tend to skip or completely avoid software upgrades, leaving enterprise exposed. Because the cloud-based firewall software is maintained by the FWaaS provider and is shared by all customers, the firewall is kept up to date by quickly fixing vulnerabilities and bugs, and rapidly evolving with new features and capabilities that the customers can immediately access.
FWaaS is bringing genuine relief to overburdened IT teams within enterprises and service providers. Instead of wasting cycles on sizing, deploying, patching, upgrading and configuring numerous edge devices, work can now shift to delivering true security value to the business through early detection and fast mitigation of true risk.

FWaaS Providers

FWaaS is not a mere concept. It has been deployed in production deployments and by several vendors.
Cato Networks is a provider of the Cato Cloud, built from the ground up to deliver Firewall as a Service.
Cato provides an optimized, global SD-WAN, ensuring resilient connectivity to its FWaaS in from all regions of the world. Cato can completely eliminate edge firewalls by inspecting both WAN and Internet-bound traffic. The Cato Cloud FWaaS further extends to mobile users and cloud datacenters.
Zscaler provides FWaaS for Internet-bound traffic from remote branches and mobile users. To secure WAN traffic, customers must rely on other means.

Palo Alto Networks recently announced a similar service. It uses its next generation firewall within a cloud service to protect users, whether in remote locations or mobile, accessing the Internet.
FWaaS is a viable alternative for IT teams that waste time and money to sustain their distributed edge firewall environments — the so-called appliance sprawl.
With FWaaS, they can now reduce the operational and capital expense of upgrading and refreshing appliances as well as the attack surface resulting from delayed patches and unmitigated vulnerabilities.
By simplifying the network security architecture, FWaaS makes IT more productive and the business secure.

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Security solutions at IT Monteur is aimed to protect your business from hackers attack and other Internet threats. We aim at running your business smooth without any worry about securing your data. IT Monteur a Firewall Company in Delhi India, provides firewall software and hardware firewall to protect your data from any mallacious attacks and unexpected crises.

Robust Network Protection in Uttarakhand

IT Monteur Managed Network Security unifies stand-alone network security services into one robust network security and threat management solution—to protect critical networks and data from increasingly diverse and sophisticated cyber security threats.

Network Security Addressing the Challenging Threat Landscape in Uttarakhand

network-securityNetwork security is a top priority for most enterprises. The increasingly complex network security landscape only compounds network security challenges, with expansive networks and emerging communications technology trends like cloud computing, social media and mobile enablement. IT Monteur Managed Network Security solutions seamlessly integrate security technologies—such as anti-virus protection, firewalls, intrusion prevention, application control, web content filtering, VPN, anti-spam and more—layered into comprehensive, custom security solutions. We address your entire threat landscape with end-to-end network security protection, policies, best practices and threat intelligence capabilities to mitigate network security risks. By managing key security functions on a single platform, we deliver network security at significant cost savings.

Firewall Software and Hardware Firewall solutions are both designed to block unauthorized access to computers in your network. A firewall software program is installed on each individual PC it’s meant to protect. To safeguard all your company’s computers, however, each one must have a software firewall installed. This can become expensive and difficult to maintain and support. But, a hardware-based firewall is easier to maintain and administer than individual software firewalls. It protect all the computers on your network.

Our firewall security solutions is Combined network and physical security for a more comprehensive approach that meets your needs and that allows you to add integrated protection from hackers, spam, malicious websites, identity theft.

we provide secure access to enable workers at home, at remote sites, or traveling to connect to your business safely and securely Secure storage that gives you the flexible capacity to protect and back up data, video, and images and also provide Physical protection to guard your business and your employees from theft, vandalism, and unlawful access.

Our firewall security solutions Key features:

  • Standard firewall capabilities: Packet filtering, network address translation (NAT), stateful protocol inspection, Virtual Private Networking
  • Integrated Network Intrusion Prevention (IPS)
  • Application Awareness and Control
  • Additional Intelligence: Directory integration to tie security policies to users and groups; cloud-based reputation services to stop traffic from dangerous sources
  • Real-time and historical visibility into user, network, and security activity

We are also providing UTM ( Unified threat management ) Firewall Solutions for SMB & Enterprices

Cloud or Premises-Based Managed Network Security Solutions Provider in Uttarakhand

We design, configure, install, manage, monitor and maintain network security for your enterprise with cloud-based and customer premises equipment (CPE) delivery options. With IT Monteur Managed Network Security, you never have to worrying about outdated equipment, hardware failure and funding CAPEX investments. As a fully managed solution, we unburden IT staff from day-to-day security infrastructure management tasks and free up internal IT resources to focus on strategic initiatives that support the bottom line.

Managed Network Security Features

  • Firewall with customizable rules
  • Flexible delivery methods: CPE or Cloud-Based
  • Unified Threat Management
  • Intrusion Prevention with application intelligence to detect and prevent malicious traffic from gaining network access
  • Dedicated Security Operations Center that assists real time with changes
  • VPN IP SEC tunnels and remote user access
  • Immediate updates to security when new threats emerge
  • Application control
  • Anti-virus protection
  • Web content filtering
  • High availability
  • Secure Wi-Fi access
  • DMZ management
  • Customer logs available upon request
  • Weekly security reporting

Please Contact us for all type of Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall , Cyberoam Firewall security solutions. We provide support for setup of Virtual Private Network ( VPN ), Branch Office VPN and VPN Management Services.

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Cisco Firewall

Cisco Firewall

Cisco Firewall

Cisco Next-Generation Firewalls

Stop threats, see what’s happening on your network, and reduce costs with our threat-focused next-generation firewall appliances. Security designed to work together. Simplify security complexity. Keep business more secure. Make IT more productive.

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ASA 5500-X with FirePOWER Services

ASA 5500-X with FirePOWER Services

ASA 5500-X with FirePOWER Services

  • Small business, branch office, enterprise
  • Firewall throughput from 256 Mbps to 15 Gbps
  • Threat inspection from 125 Mbps to 30 Gbps
  • Stateful firewall, AVC, NGIPS, AMP, URL
Cisco Firepower 2100 Series

Cisco Firepower 2100 Series

Cisco Firepower 2100 Series

Superior business resiliency and protection

Gain business resiliency through superior security with sustained performance. The Firepower 2100 Series has an innovative dual multicore CPU architecture that optimizes firewall, cryptographic, and threat inspection functions simultaneously. Now, achieving security doesn’t come at the expense of network performance.

  • Internet edge to data center environments
  • Firewall throughput from 1.9 Gbps to 8.5 Gbps
  • Threat inspection from 1.9 Gbps to 8.5 Gbps
  • Stateful firewall, AVC, NGIPS, AMP, URL
Cisco Firepower 4100 Series

Cisco Firepower 4100 Series

Cisco Firepower 4100 Series

Better security, faster speeds, smaller footprint

Stop more threats with our fully integrated next-generation firewall (NGFW) appliance. The 4100 Series’ 1-rack-unit size is ideal at the Internet edge and in high-performance environments. It shows you what’s happening on your network, detects attacks earlier so you can act faster, and reduces management complexity.

  • Internet edge, high-performance environments
  • Firewall throughput from 20 Gbps to 60 Gbps
  • Threat inspection from 10 Gbps to 20 Gbps
  • Stateful firewall, AVC, NGIPS, AMP, URL
Cisco Firepower 9000 Series

Cisco Firepower 9000 Series

Cisco Firepower 9000 Series

Modular security platform for service providers

This carrier-grade next-generation firewall (NGFW) is ideal for data centers and other high-performance settings that require low latency and high throughput. Deliver scalable, consistent security to workloads and data flows across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. With tightly integrated services, the Firepower 9000 Series lowers costs and supports open, programmable networks.

  • Service provider, data center
  • Firewall throughput up to 225 Gbps
  • Threat inspection up to 90 Gbps
  • Firewall, AVC, NGIPS, AMP, URL, DDoS

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Firewall Provider in Bangalore / Bengaluru

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Security solutions at IT Monteur is aimed to protect your business from hackers attack and other Internet threats. We aim at running your business smooth without any worry about securing your data. IT Monteur a Firewall Company in Delhi India, provides firewall software and hardware firewall to protect your data from any mallacious attacks and unexpected crises.

Robust Network Protection in Bangalore / Bengaluru

IT Monteur Managed Network Security unifies stand-alone network security services into one robust network security and threat management solution—to protect critical networks and data from increasingly diverse and sophisticated cyber security threats.

Network Security Addressing the Challenging Threat Landscape in Bangalore / Bengaluru

network-securityNetwork security is a top priority for most enterprises. The increasingly complex network security landscape only compounds network security challenges, with expansive networks and emerging communications technology trends like cloud computing, social media and mobile enablement. IT Monteur Managed Network Security solutions seamlessly integrate security technologies—such as anti-virus protection, firewalls, intrusion prevention, application control, web content filtering, VPN, anti-spam and more—layered into comprehensive, custom security solutions. We address your entire threat landscape with end-to-end network security protection, policies, best practices and threat intelligence capabilities to mitigate network security risks. By managing key security functions on a single platform, we deliver network security at significant cost savings.

Firewall Software and Hardware Firewall solutions are both designed to block unauthorized access to computers in your network. A firewall software program is installed on each individual PC it’s meant to protect. To safeguard all your company’s computers, however, each one must have a software firewall installed. This can become expensive and difficult to maintain and support. But, a hardware-based firewall is easier to maintain and administer than individual software firewalls. It protect all the computers on your network.

Our firewall security solutions is Combined network and physical security for a more comprehensive approach that meets your needs and that allows you to add integrated protection from hackers, spam, malicious websites, identity theft.

we provide secure access to enable workers at home, at remote sites, or traveling to connect to your business safely and securely Secure storage that gives you the flexible capacity to protect and back up data, video, and images and also provide Physical protection to guard your business and your employees from theft, vandalism, and unlawful access.

Our firewall security solutions Key features:

  • Standard firewall capabilities: Packet filtering, network address translation (NAT), stateful protocol inspection, Virtual Private Networking
  • Integrated Network Intrusion Prevention (IPS)
  • Application Awareness and Control
  • Additional Intelligence: Directory integration to tie security policies to users and groups; cloud-based reputation services to stop traffic from dangerous sources
  • Real-time and historical visibility into user, network, and security activity

We are also providing UTM ( Unified threat management ) Firewall Solutions for SMB & Enterprices

Cloud or Premises-Based Managed Network Security Solutions Provider in Bangalore / Bengaluru

We design, configure, install, manage, monitor and maintain network security for your enterprise with cloud-based and customer premises equipment (CPE) delivery options. With IT Monteur Managed Network Security, you never have to worrying about outdated equipment, hardware failure and funding CAPEX investments. As a fully managed solution, we unburden IT staff from day-to-day security infrastructure management tasks and free up internal IT resources to focus on strategic initiatives that support the bottom line.

Managed Network Security Features

  • Firewall with customizable rules
  • Flexible delivery methods: CPE or Cloud-Based
  • Unified Threat Management
  • Intrusion Prevention with application intelligence to detect and prevent malicious traffic from gaining network access
  • Dedicated Security Operations Center that assists real time with changes
  • VPN IP SEC tunnels and remote user access
  • Immediate updates to security when new threats emerge
  • Application control
  • Anti-virus protection
  • Web content filtering
  • High availability
  • Secure Wi-Fi access
  • DMZ management
  • Customer logs available upon request
  • Weekly security reporting

Please Contact us for all type of Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall , Cyberoam Firewall security solutions. We provide support for setup of Virtual Private Network ( VPN ), Branch Office VPN and VPN Management Services.

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For more details on Firewall security solutions & Support in in Bangalore / Bengaluru

Please Call us on +91 120 649 8887
or
Email us on sales@itmonteur.net

Firewall Provider in Hyderabad

Next Generation Firewall for Data/Network Security Solution Services provider in Hyderabad India

Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall security solutions. We provide support for setup of Virtual Private Network ( VPN ), Branch Office VPN and VPN Management Services. Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall, Firewall companies in India, Firewall company India, firewall installation company in delhi, firewall solutions, hardware based firewall provider, network firewall Hyderabad - India

Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall security solutions. We provide support for setup of Virtual Private Network ( VPN ), Branch Office VPN and VPN Management Services. Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall, Firewall companies in India, Firewall company India, firewall installation company in Hyderabad, firewall solutions, hardware based firewall provider, network firewall India

Security solutions at IT Monteur is aimed to protect your business from hackers attack and other Internet threats. We aim at running your business smooth without any worry about securing your data. IT Monteur a Firewall Company in Delhi India, provides firewall software and hardware firewall to protect your data from any mallacious attacks and unexpected crises.

Robust Network Protection in Hyderabad

IT Monteur Managed Network Security unifies stand-alone network security services into one robust network security and threat management solution—to protect critical networks and data from increasingly diverse and sophisticated cyber security threats.

Network Security Addressing the Challenging Threat Landscape in Hyderabad

network-securityNetwork security is a top priority for most enterprises. The increasingly complex network security landscape only compounds network security challenges, with expansive networks and emerging communications technology trends like cloud computing, social media and mobile enablement. IT Monteur Managed Network Security solutions seamlessly integrate security technologies—such as anti-virus protection, firewalls, intrusion prevention, application control, web content filtering, VPN, anti-spam and more—layered into comprehensive, custom security solutions. We address your entire threat landscape with end-to-end network security protection, policies, best practices and threat intelligence capabilities to mitigate network security risks. By managing key security functions on a single platform, we deliver network security at significant cost savings.

Firewall Software and Hardware Firewall solutions are both designed to block unauthorized access to computers in your network. A firewall software program is installed on each individual PC it’s meant to protect. To safeguard all your company’s computers, however, each one must have a software firewall installed. This can become expensive and difficult to maintain and support. But, a hardware-based firewall is easier to maintain and administer than individual software firewalls. It protect all the computers on your network.

Our firewall security solutions is Combined network and physical security for a more comprehensive approach that meets your needs and that allows you to add integrated protection from hackers, spam, malicious websites, identity theft.

we provide secure access to enable workers at home, at remote sites, or traveling to connect to your business safely and securely Secure storage that gives you the flexible capacity to protect and back up data, video, and images and also provide Physical protection to guard your business and your employees from theft, vandalism, and unlawful access.

Our firewall security solutions Key features:

  • Standard firewall capabilities: Packet filtering, network address translation (NAT), stateful protocol inspection, Virtual Private Networking
  • Integrated Network Intrusion Prevention (IPS)
  • Application Awareness and Control
  • Additional Intelligence: Directory integration to tie security policies to users and groups; cloud-based reputation services to stop traffic from dangerous sources
  • Real-time and historical visibility into user, network, and security activity

We are also providing UTM ( Unified threat management ) Firewall Solutions for SMB & Enterprices

Cloud or Premises-Based Managed Network Security Solutions Provider in Hyderabad

We design, configure, install, manage, monitor and maintain network security for your enterprise with cloud-based and customer premises equipment (CPE) delivery options. With IT Monteur Managed Network Security, you never have to worrying about outdated equipment, hardware failure and funding CAPEX investments. As a fully managed solution, we unburden IT staff from day-to-day security infrastructure management tasks and free up internal IT resources to focus on strategic initiatives that support the bottom line.

Managed Network Security Features

  • Firewall with customizable rules
  • Flexible delivery methods: CPE or Cloud-Based
  • Unified Threat Management
  • Intrusion Prevention with application intelligence to detect and prevent malicious traffic from gaining network access
  • Dedicated Security Operations Center that assists real time with changes
  • VPN IP SEC tunnels and remote user access
  • Immediate updates to security when new threats emerge
  • Application control
  • Anti-virus protection
  • Web content filtering
  • High availability
  • Secure Wi-Fi access
  • DMZ management
  • Customer logs available upon request
  • Weekly security reporting

Please Contact us for all type of Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall , Cyberoam Firewall security solutions. We provide support for setup of Virtual Private Network ( VPN ), Branch Office VPN and VPN Management Services.

Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall, Cyberoam Firewall, Firewall companies in India, Firewall company India, firewall installation company in delhi, firewall solutions, hardware based firewall provider, network firewall India

For more details on Firewall security solutions & Support in in Hyderabad

Please Call us on +91 120 649 8887
or
Email us on sales@itmonteur.net