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Firewall as a Service (FWaaS)

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    Are you prioritizing your Firewall?

    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.

    Vulnerabilities occur on networks daily

    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.

    A firewall is a network security device that protects your data from hackers. It monitors incoming and outgoing traffic, so if someone tries to steal it, the firewall will stop them! 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.

    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 this firewall which keeps outsiders from infiltrating their system when it comes through cyberspace.

    Various types of Firewalls, explained:

    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.

    Unified Threat Management Firewall (UTMs) combines 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! UTMs are a great way to protect yourself from cyber attacks in an easy manner.

    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.
    The world is more connected than ever before thanks to globalization initiatives that have led many people out of poverty across Asia Pacific into a life where they can afford internet access – but this connectivity comes with significant risks because cybercriminals 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 not only so you’re blocking modern threats like sophisticated malware.

    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 networks from cyberattacks is a never-ending process. Retrospective security continuously monitors even after initial inspection while unified policies keep things simple for the administration team and reduce complexity across all attack points on the continuum, making it easier to ensure that you are always protecting yourself as best possible!

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

    Enter Fortress.

    A virtual firewall is a computer program that runs on one of the servers in your network. It monitors and controls traffic, to keep it from leaving or entering networks at unsanctioned times. A virtual firewall can be created with hardware firewalls like Cisco’s ASA 5505 Firewall Virtual Adaptor (FWA), but you’ll need an already existing physical machine as well for this configuration.

    A virtual firewall typically operates through software-defined networking protocols such as OpenFlow ́and Netconf which allow centralized control over individual devices’ settings without requiring human intervention or access to each device separately.

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