Next Gen Firewall

A next-generation firewall is a part of the third generation of firewall technology, combining a traditional firewall with other network device filtering functions, such as an application firewall using in-line deep packet inspection, an intrusion prevention system.

Intrusion Prevention and Detection

n intrusion prevention system (IPS) is a network security tool (which can be a hardware device or software) that continuously monitors a network for malicious activity and takes action to prevent it, including reporting, blocking, or dropping it, when it does occur.


DDoS mitigation is a set of network management techniques and/or tools, for resisting or mitigating the impact of distributed denial-of-service attacks on networks attached to the Internet, by protecting the target, and relay networks. 

DNS Security

The Domain Name System (DNS) is the protocol that makes the Internet usable by allowing the use of domain names. DNS is widely trusted by organizations, and DNS traffic is typically allowed to pass freely through network firewalls. However, it is commonly attacked and abused by cybercriminals. As a result, the security of DNS is a critical component of network security.

Web Application Firewall

A web application firewall is a specific form of application firewall that filters, monitors, and blocks HTTP traffic to and from a web service. There are three primary types of WAFs: a cloud-based WAF, software-based WAF, and hardware-based WAF. Each type of WAF has its own advantages and disadvantages. Lastly, WAFs are increasingly part of a larger application security strategy: web application and API protection

Load Balancer

Load Balancing plays an important security role as computing moves evermore to the cloud / network. The off-loading function of a load balancer defends an organization against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. It does this by shifting attack traffic from the corporate server to a public cloud provider.

Next Gen Secure Web Gateway

A Next Generation Secure Web Gateway (SWG) is a new cloud-native solution for protecting enterprises from the growing volume of sophisticated cloud enabled threats and data risks. It is the logical evolution of the traditional secure web gateway, also known as a web proxy or web filter.

Network ATP

Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) is a suite of analysis tools designed to defend against advanced threats that use known and unknown attack vectors. ATP augments more common security solutions aimed at repelling known intrusion strategies.

Email Security & DMARC

An SSL VPN is a type of virtual private network that uses the Secure Sockets Layer protocol — or, more often, its successor, the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol — in standard web browsers to provide secure, remote-access VPN capability.

Remote Browser Isolation

Remote browser isolation (RBI), also known as web isolation or browser isolation, is a web security solution designed to protect users from Internet-borne threats. Remote browser isolation technology loads webpages and executes any associated JavaScript code on a cloud server, far removed from user devices and organizations’ internal networks. On-premise browser isolation does the same thing, but on a server that an organization manages internally.