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Your organization is moving forward digitally

That is why it is so important to ensure that your security can keep up with today’s complex and fast-evolving threat landscape. What used to be known as the “network perimeter” is now splintered across the infrastructure due to the explosion of expanding of network edges, virtual advances, migrations to remote work, and multi-cloud models.

Companies often buy network security with little, to no, research. viLogic’s goal is to ensure your company maintains organization-wide visibility and consistent policy enforcement. Attack sequences are becoming more complex and innovative.

Organizations oftentimes struggle to deliver the expected secure high-performing user-to-application connection that viLogics promises to deliver.

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CTAP

On average, a network can be attacked by 6,900 IPS attacks Daily. This can be terrifying! Especially for a small business with minimal cybersecurity experience.

viLogics offers your business security solution

CTAP (Cyber Threat Assessment Program)
Our Free Cyber Security Assessment which will provide you with a comprehensive security assessment of your local network environment. We’ll work with you to install our own appliance to monitor your network for approximately 5-7 days gathering information about what’s happening on your local network. Once we’ve collected enough information to build a report, we’ll stop collections services and have you return the appliance to us.

It’s no cost and no obligation.   From there one of our Fortress Agents will schedule time to review your report and present findings.  We’ll discuss any anomalies and present options for remediation if necessary.  At the end of the process, you walk away with a report showing your security level which you can use to make changes or upgrades if needed.  The best part is it’s FREE!

The viLogics Network Assessment includes:

Security Risk

Which application vulnerabilities are being used to attack your network, which malware/botnets were detected, what phishing attacks are making it through your defenses and which devices are “at risk”— for security breach probability.

Utilization and Performance

What is your throughput, session, and bandwidth usage requirements during peak hours—for the network, email system and critical applications.

Productivity

Which peer-to-peer, social media, instant messaging, and other apps are running—for application visibility control as well as what spam, newsletters or adult content may be bothering your email.

End User Training

End User Training

Security awareness training is a strategy used by IT and security professionals to prevent and mitigate user risk. These programs are designed to help users and employees understand the role they play in helping to combat information security breaches. After all, We are only as secure as our weakest link.
ViLogics’ custom security training can be designed for any organization or end user.  We will work with you to build the platform that fits for your company and end users.   Our program is also constantly evolving. We monitor security events worldwide and adjust our program on the fly, so you are always up to date on the latest in IT security.

Hardened Endpoint

Hardened Endpoint

ViLogics secures end user machines, keeping the hackers out and giving the end-user the access, they need to do their job.
We deploy several technologies to Manage, monitor, maintain and secure your environment.  They are:

  • RMM (Remote monitoring and management). No more break/fix repair or local techs “running the meter”. We will call you before you know you have a problem and tell you who we are working to remediate it. This approach saves money and time all while minimizing downtime.
  • Live Threat Monitoring – proactively resolve threats in real time at the network edge. We install an agent and monitor 24/7/365.
  • Systems hardening via patching and OS updates – Our Fortress agents review and test every patch before it gets applied to any end-user device or Server. Updates are performed on your schedule and system updates are verified via our reporting engine.  We also have capabilities to back out of patches that may cause problems.  No matter the end device we can provide the updates.
  • MDM – This is is our secure container service allowing you to make sure your crtical business data does not remain on any end-user devices. Let’s face it People leave companies and lose phones all the time.  What is your plan to make sure your data does NOT remain on any company or personal devices if an event happens?

ViLogics Hardened Endpoint Service means We’re watching 24/7/365 for events on your PC’s, Mac’s, and Servers. When an event does happen, we are calling you. It’s the only way to find peace of mind. They only call you must make is to setup an appointment once you are a customer, we will proactively call you!

NOC/SOC

NOC/SOC

Real time event monitoring, management, and remediation
Our trained experts coupled with our automated agents make one hell of a threat killing combination!
viLogics will help identify insider and incoming threats that would pass traditional defenses. Our live threat detection parameters help prioritize which threats need immediate attention. We also provide risk scores of Users and Devices that can augment UEBA rules and other analysis. Risk scores are calculated by combining several datapoints regarding the user and device. The User and Device risk scores are displayed in a unified entity risk dashboard.

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Reduce risk and manage the entire digital attack surface

We provide real-time coordinated threat detection and policy enforcement across your entire digital attack surface, and lifecycle, with converged networking and security across edges, clouds, endpoints, and users.

Close the security gaps and reduce complexity

With integrated and unified security, operations, and performance across different technologies, locations, and deployments you have complete visibility. We supply tightened security of all form factors including hardware appliances, virtual machines, cloud-delivered, and X-as-a-Service. Fabric-ready Partner products are included in the Fabric ecosystem.

Faster time to prevention and efficient operations

A self-healing network and self-aware security posture leverages cloud-scale and advanced AI to automatically deliver near-real-time, user-to-application coordinated protection across the Fabric.

Reduce risk and manage the entire digital attack surface

We provide real-time coordinated threat detection and policy enforcement across your entire digital attack surface, and lifecycle, with converged networking and security across edges, clouds, endpoints, and users.

Close the security gaps and reduce complexity

With integrated and unified security, operations, and performance across different technologies, locations, and deployments you have complete visibility. We supply tightened security of all form factors including hardware appliances, virtual machines, cloud-delivered, and X-as-a-Service. Fabric-ready Partner products are included in the Fabric ecosystem.

Faster time to prevention and efficient operations

A self-healing network and self-aware security posture leverages cloud-scale and advanced AI to automatically deliver near-real-time, user-to-application coordinated protection across the Fabric.

Network Security Services

In today’s constant evolving world, network is the critical back bone. Now we must add into security into the equation. viLogics recognized that Customer were struggling with trying to achieve all compliance standards while supporting day to day issues. Our advanced network engineering team has more than combined of 50+ years of experience with over fifteen different vendors. The number one goals is to be the best Customer advocate for all vendors that you currently use. Let us help you get back to aligning network in the business while our team helps fix nagging issues that distract and drive project off tasks.

Over the last two years viLogics has invested into nothing but security driven agendas from logical to physical network designs. Ransomware has hit the industry hard, and we use active threat mapping designs for all cloud solutions to battle these vectors. The network engineering team does nothing that would jeopardizes any application security. All designs have security as priority and then performance comes next. You cannot skip simple security measures anymore or you’re exposed to mass exposure that could ruin a business.

Compliance is growing in complexity. Our clients, and their necessary teams, will sit down with their viLogics account manager to meet once a month to review exposure verticals. viLogics is dedicated to constant reviews of possible exposures that make way for larger gaps. Our network engineering recruits continue education. Their top tier training convenes your company with the best of knowledge of current industry threats and how to counteract them. Customers have enough to worry about, why not let viLogics help drive optimal business objectives?

Here is what our team works through daily:

Secure SD-WAN

Simplified Operations with NOC/SOC (Network Operations Center/Security Operations Center) Management and Analytics

Enhanced Granular Analytics for end-to-end visibility and control

Improved User Experience

Our application Driven approach provides broad application steering with accurate identification, advanced WAN remediation and accelerated cloud on-ramp for optimized network and application performance

Efficient Operations

We simplify operations with centralized orchestration and enhanced analytics for SD- WAN, Security and SD-Branch at scale. viLogics identified the SOC/NOC have to live in harmony together in order to not miss anything. We made this decision five years ago and thrived great success.

Natively Integrated Security

Our built-in solutions deliver next-generation firewalls (NGFW) that combines SD-WAN and security capabilities in a unified solution to preserve the security and availability of your network.

VMware NSX

VMware NSX

  • Automates network provisioning and configuration, while also eliminating manually introduced errors and downtime
  • Streamlines ongoing administration, monitoring, and troubleshooting by enhancing network visibility and eliminating the need to navigate and maintain VLANs, ACLs, and complex firewall rule sets
  • Obviates the need to invest in separate, standalone solutions for many of the networking and security functions that are fundamental to data center networking, including distributed routing, firewalling, and load balancing

The result is the ability for both your company and viLogics to save thousands – if not millions – of dollars in periodic and recurring costs associated with their networks. Several key features and characteristics are instrumental to the value NSX delivers to your business at-large. Our NSX gives us the ability to work with your existing network infrastructure, support progressive adoption of network virtualization, and substantially reduce network complexity.

Authentication

Authentication

viLogic’s Zero Trust is a shift of network defenses toward a more comprehensive IT security model. This model allows your company to restrict access controls to networks, applications, and environment without sacrificing performance and user experience.
Our Zero Trust approach trusts no one. As more organizations do more computing outside their perimeter in the cloud, security teams find it increasingly difficult to trust or identify who and what should be allowed or trusted with access to their networks. As a result, an increasing number of organizations are adopting Zero Trust as an element or a component of their trust network architecture and enterprise security strategy.

Companies that shift from traditional perimeter security to a zero-trust model increase their level of continuous verification. This allows the capability of detecting the following methods faster and often stopping them before intrusion occurs:

Phishing emails targeting employees
Lateral movement through corporate network
Redirecting a shell to a service to compromise a corporate machine
Stolen developer password
Stolen application database credentials
Exfiltration of database via compromised application host
Compromising application host via privileged workstation
Using developer password to elevate application host privileges
Accessing privileged workstation
Installing keylogger via local privilege escalation on workstation
Prevent data breaches and contain lateral movement using application micro-segmentation

Easily expand security protection across multiple computing and containerized environments, independent of the underlying infrastructure
Gain visibility into users, devices, components, and workloads across environment. Identifying what is running and enforcing policies.
Continuously monitor and respond to signs of compromise. Logs, reports, alerts that promote detection and response to threats.
Ensure organizational security while still providing a consistent user experience
Reduce full-time equivalent hours and architectural complexity

Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows a user to log in with a single ID and password to any of several related, yet independent, software systems. True single sign-on allows the user to log in once and access services without re-entering authentication factors.
Benefits of using single sign-on include:

  • Mitigate risk for access to 3rd-party sites (“federated authentication”) because user passwords not stored or managed externally
  • Reduce password fatigue from different username and password combinations
  • Reduce time spent re-entering passwords for the same identity
  • Reduce IT costs due to lower number of IT help desk calls about passwords

SSO shares centralized authentication servers that all other applications and systems use for authentication purposes and combines this with techniques to ensure that users do not have to actively enter their credentials more than once.

Password management involves much more than simply requiring a certain number of letters or characters for users creating login credentials or requiring users to change passwords once per year (or hopefully more frequently). A robust password security plan is the ticket to full-fledged network security, but it takes a lot of complicated planning and implementation to work properly.

Firewall-as-a-Service (FWaaS)

What is Firewall-as-a-service? A firewall is a network security appliance that protects your data from hackers and Cybercriminals. It continuously monitors all network traffic inbound, and outbound, to make sure cybercriminals can’t gain access to your business-critical data. There are many different types of firewalls, but all have one thing in common — they protect you against attacks by outsiders who want access to your private information. We at viLogics, now deliver these appliances as-a-service to make this solution affordable to all businesses.

This solution covers the appliance (virtual or physical), management, and the hardware refresh at one consistent price per month. One of the key aspects in network security is establishing a barrier between secured and uncontrolled networks. Firewalls have been an immense help to business owners for over 25 years, because they are able to create logical protective barriers. These logical barriers protect your business and everyone else connected to the World Wide Web. Without them, you are completely exposed to everybody else who can plug into the Internet anywhere in the world. Therefore, security appliances are necessary for every business no matter the size to stay compliant with regulatory requirements.

The world is more connected than ever before thanks to globalization initiatives that have led many people out of poverty into a life where they can afford internet access, but this connectivity comes with significant risks. With more connectivity, delivers more Cybercriminals. They use these connections against unsuspecting users who don’t know how common threats work or what defenses might save them from harm’s way. This means boosting your cybersecurity defense capabilities is now essential and FWaaS delivers just that. Below is a list of different examples of security appliances.

The proxy firewall

Is a gateway device from one network to another that provides specific applications. These devices can provide additional functionality which includes content caching and security by preventing direct connections from outside the network, hindering throughput capabilities of supported apps as well.

A “traditional” firewall

A stateful inspection firewall allows or blocks traffic based on the context in which it appears. It monitors all activity from when a connection is opened until it’s closed and makes decisions with both administrator-defined rules as well as information gleaned from previous connections and packets belonging to that same connection.

Next Generation Firewall

The evolution of firewalls has gone beyond simple packet filtering and stateful inspection. Modern companies are deploying next-generation firewalls to block advanced malware, application-layer attacks, and even man in the middle (MiM) breaches by encrypting traffic as it traverses networks for safekeeping. This also delivers SASE based solutions within the same appliance.

Unified Threat Management (UTM) Firewalls

Combine many different functions into one high-level interface to keep things simple. They provide essential protection with stateful inspection firewalls, intrusion prevention and antivirus services, while also offering cloud management for your system’s safety not just online but off the grid as well! These appliances are a great way to protect yourself from cyber-attacks.

Threat-Focused NGFW

These firewalls are an excellent option for companies looking to add a level of security that is more advanced than what the traditional firewall provides. Not only does it detect and block traffic, but also, they can offer protection from new threats as well. Know where your most important assets are and protect them with the best security available. This includes monitoring for suspicious activity that could lead to a breach.With context awareness from network events as well as endpoints on site or offsite, you can set policies in response to attacks—by quickly hardening defenses without disruption of uptime–and increase detection rates by correlating historical data from different sources together.

Protecting your organization from security threats is a never-ending process that requires continued security advancement. These threats are advancing at an accelerated rate and the only way to stay current is to have a new security appliance that updates current threats automatically all the time. The new FWaaS solutions offered by viLogics creates a massive network of other security appliances that automatically add threat mapping to every appliance.

Once a threat is identified, it sends that threat signature to every other appliance in the networks, blocking immediately. We have found a way to deliver all these services under one single SKU at one price per month. Please call us today and find out more about increasing your fight against cybercriminals.

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One WAN Edge Powered by One Operating System (OS) That Transforms and Secures Wide Area Network (WAN)
Key Features

  • World’s only ASIC (application-specific integrated circuit) Accelerated SD-WAN (Software-definedWide Area Network)
  • 5,000+ application identification with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Inspection
    • SSL is a secure protocol developed for sending information securely over the Internet.
  • Self-Healing capabilities for enhanced user experience
  • Cloud-On-Ramp for efficient Software as a Service (SaaS) adoption

NSX is a multi-hypervisor solution that leverages the vSwitches already present in server hypervisors across the data center. NSX coordinates these vSwitches and the network services pushed to them for connected VMs to effectively deliver a platform – or “network hypervisor” – for the creation of virtual networks. Similar to how a virtual machine is a software container that presents logical compute services to an application, a virtual network is a software container that presents logical network services – logical switches, logical routers, logical firewalls, logical load balancers, logical VPNs and more – to connected workloads. These network and security services are delivered in software and require only IP packet forwarding from the underlying physical network.
Zero Trust addresses:

  • Identify Sensitive Data – Zero Trust requires your company to identify and prioritize its data. Know where it lives and who has access to it.
  • Limit and Control Access – A shift to a Zero Trust security model will require establishing limits to users, devices, applications, and processes that will seek access to the identified data. A least-privilege access control model will be limited to a “need-to-know” basis.
  • Detect Threats – Zero Trust requires continuous monitoring of all activity related to data access and sharing, comparing current activity to baselines built on prior behavior and analytics. The combination of monitoring, behaviors, rules, and security analytics enhance the ability to detect internal and external threats.

VMware NSX works with and enables us to:

  • Any network infrastructure. Hardware independence is achieved based on the fact that NSX virtual networks require nothing more than connectivity and packet-forwarding from the underlying IP infrastructure.

A successfully implemented Zero Trust security model features the following principles:

  • Authenticated access to all resources – Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a foundation of Zero Trust security. Zero Trust views every attempt to access the network as a threat. While traditional network security might require a single password to afford access to a user, Zero Trust MFA requires users to enter a code sent to a separate device, such as a mobile phone, to verify they are in fact who they claim to be. Zero Trust models also include access protocols and network access controls.
  • Least privilege-controlled access – Allowing the least amount of access is a principle of zero trust security and its ability to eliminate unauthorized access to data and services and make control enforcement as granular as possible. Zero Trust networks allow access rights only when absolutely necessary, verifying all request to connect to its systems before granting access. Reducing security perimeters into smaller zones to maintain distinct access to separate parts of the network limits lateral access throughout the network. Segmented security becomes more important as workloads become mobile.
  • Inspect and log all activities using data security analytics – Zero Trust models require continuous monitoring, inspection, and logging of traffic and activities. User account baselines should be established to help identify abnormal behaviors that could be malicious activity.
12 requirements of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Compliance (PCI DSS) are:

Install and maintain a firewall configuration to protect cardholder data
Do not use vendor-supplied defaults for system passwords and other security parameters
Protect stored cardholder data
Encrypt transmission of cardholder data across open, public networks
Use and regularly update anti-virus software or programs
Develop and maintain secure systems and applications

Restrict access to cardholder data by business need to know
Assign a unique ID to each person with computer access
Restrict physical access to cardholder data
Track and monitor all access to network resources and cardholder data
Regularly test security systems and processes
Maintain a policy that addresses information security for all personnel

The TSO2 Fortress keeps destructive cybersecurity enemies out of your IT network and infrastructure.

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