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iCore Networks, Inc.  iCore Networks is an award-winning technology leader in cloud computing, Applications on Demand, and one of the original providers of cloud-based hosted application services.
 
Hosted VoPI Overview VoIP, iCore’s VoPI solution uses its own private, point-to-point circuits to carry its customers voice and data. The advantages of using VoPI rather than...
 
Network Monitoring System iCore’s Network Monitoring System is a tool which monitors and analyzes network performance for routers, switches, servers and other SNMP-enabled devices.
Symtrex, Inc.  Symtrex Inc., Network Security Specialists, including Log Management, vulnerability assessments, endpoint protection and perimeter security
 
Sophos End Point Protection Sophos End Point Protection - The Sophos Endpoint protection provides everything you need to protect your users and on every device. With different levels...
 
The Sophos UTM Sophos UTM (Unified Threat Management)
Tangent Inc.  Tangent is a leading provider of innovative computer solutions worldwide. Products include mini and ruggedized form factors, all-in-one PC’s, touchscreen interfaces, email archival and network security appliances. Their ...
SECNAP Network Security  SECNAP Network Security was founded in the year 2001 n Boca Raton, Florida.SECNAP provides superior email and network security for organizations ranging from small businesses to global enterprisesThe innovations includes...
 
Network Security Services SECNAP Network Security is a time-tested Managed Network Security Services provider, offering the industry's most responsive managed services as a result of...
 
Security Services SECNAP developers helped create many of the security assessment tools still in use by our competitors. Now, our next-generation audit framework takes...
NETASQ  The company was established in 1998. It is one of the leading European network security vendors with more than 55,000 appliances sold to date via a distribution channel of more than 750 partners in 40 countries. NETASQ...
 
Network Security -NG1000-A and NG5000-A Both the NG1000-A and the NG5000-A have been designed to protect high traffic e-commerce servers and dynamic university networks or as an IPS probe. They...
 
Network Security - U1100 - U1500 - U6000 models In a typical scenario, security is seen as a hindrance to the company’s performance. In an age where voice and video are shared through the network, the...
 
Tenable Network Security   Tenable Network Security is a privately held company founded in 2002 by security product innovators Ron Gula, Renaud Deraison and Jack Huffard. Together with Tenable CSO, Marcus Ranum, they have developed a Unified...
Wireless communications inc  Wireless Communications was founded in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1995, and today has grown into the leading provider of critical communications solutions and technical services to state, local and federal governments,...
 
Data Communications Solutions Wireless Communications, Inc., a leader in full service voice and data communications solutions, utilizes the latest technology from such premier brands as...
SecureData Europe Ltd  SecureData, Supplies, Installs, Supports and Manages Secure Network Solutions. Our background has been in providing Secure IT and Network Security since 1992 and we specialise in providing Managed Services for Security...
 
SecureData SecureData, Supplies, Installs, Supports and Manages Secure Network Solutions. Our background has been in providing Secure IT and Network Security since...
Arbor Networks  Arbor Networks is a leading provider of network security and monitoring solutions for global networks. Its customers include over 70 percent of the world’s ISPs and many large enterprises. Arbor solutions deliver...
 
Peakflow SP With best-in-class network security, visibility and analysis capabilities, Arbor Peakflow® is the solution-of-choice for a majority of the world’s ISPs and...
Apani Networks  Apani® is the preeminent provider of identity-aware networking solutions for large enterprises, protecting an organization's internal network and business-critical data from intruders. Apani EpiForce®, the company’s...
 
EpiForce Traditional networks are basically anonymous. Guests, employees, remote employees, contractors, partners and other users all need access to an...
10ZiG Technology  10ZiG Technology, formerly BOSaNOVA, Inc., is a privately held company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. The company is principally engaged in the design and development of software solutions based on XP, CE, and LINUX....
 
10ZiG Thin Clients 10ZiG Thin Clients are energy efficient, easy to manage and offer a low total cost of ownership. They are available in a wide-range of hardware options and...
 
RBT-416 Thin Client The RBT-416 is an affordable, energy efficient, compact thin client. Assembled in the USA, this unit weighs just over 1lb. allowing flexible mounting...
General Networks Corporation  GENERAL NETWORKS CORPORATION helps organizations build, deploy, and manage effective information management solutions. Since 1984, they have brought together business strategy, specialized application expertise, and...
 
Barracuda Networks  Barracuda Networks Inc. built its reputation as the worldwide leader in content security appliances by offering easy to use and affordable products that...
 
GenCare  Our GenCare Solutions give you the assurance that your organization's IT infrastructure receives the required level of monitoring. The GenCare Solutions...
 
Extreme Networks.  Sophisticated Ethernet solutions that meet the toughest challenges in network connectivity and IP-based communications. Extreme Networks® of Santa Clara, Calif., founded in 1996, is a publicly listed company that...
 
Sentriant AG200 Sentriant® AG200 meets this need by providing a complete Network Access Control (NAC) platform that works with a variety of network infrastructures, across...
 
Sentriant NG300 Sentriant® NG300 uses behavior-based threat detection methods (no signatures to update) to detect threats. It also includes a sophisticated early warning...
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Network Security Appliances - Product Reviews

The need for blended threat and complexity protection is on the rise, and Unified Threat Management (UTM) is gearing up to meet the challenge.

Long admired by businesses and large enterprises alike, network security appliances like UTMs, which integrate an array of security features into a single appliance, are now packing in more capabilities to meet the growing UTM demand. Combining firewall, gateway anti-virus, intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, VPN, and traffic management functions into a single platform offers respite for risk-weary IT managers. In addition, with insider threats accounting for 50% of all intrusions, identifying all users becomes critical.

With UTMs deployed, enterprises benefit from centralized security while also maintaining complete control over globally distributed networks. Zero-hour protection at branch offices can protect against emerging network attacks, despite the lack of technical resources at any of the remote locations.

Best-in-Class Network Security Appliances features:

  • Identifies individual user activity
  • Fights external and internal threats
  • Policy-creation based on individual work profile

Top Considerations before Buying Network Security Appliances:

Look for centralized aggregate reporting and logging for overall network view, as well as centralized security control over remote offices. Regulatory compliance with rapid security audits is another add-on that offers time-savings while eliminating the need for oversight by company personnel.

Key Providers:

1. Cyberoam  offers identity-based unified threat management (UTM) appliances with features like identity-based firewall, VPN, gateway anti-virus and anti-malware, gateway anti-spam, intrusion detection and prevention, content and application filtering, bandwidth management, multiple link management and integrated reporting. In order to maximize network uptime and ensure uninterrupted access, the company's CR series also provides protection against hardware failure. Instead of static IP-based controls and blanket policies, businesses and enterprises are able to create multiple identity-based policies based on actual work profiles.

2. Firewall Security Solutions offers their BizGuardian Firewall, a Unix kernel (FreeBSD), customized software appliance for any Pentium-class computer. The company claims that the complexity of installing Unix, and configuring a firewall is totally hidden behind the easy-to-use, browser-based administration. In agreement is the vaunted NSS Group, Europe's leading independent security analysts, which picked BizGuardian as a "Best Security Choice". Connecting directly to an incoming Internet broadband modem and to a network's hub or router, BizGuardian provides both a physical and logical separation from the outside world. BizGuardian Version 3.6 also includes a “Failover Service” providing automatic detection of failed ISP or firewall.

3. Sendmail, Inc. offers its Sentrion MP 351,which is a high-performance message security appliance that provides a unified solution to the issues regarding policy-based message handling and routing. In addition to features that include spam and virus protection, connection control that throttles back suspect messages, and policy implementation that is designed to keep communications in line with regulations and corporate mandates, the Sentrion MP 351 also archives and encrypts of messages. Cara Garretson from Network World reports that "Sendmail has updated its Sentrion messaging security appliance to protect outbound email. With the new outbound data leak prevention features, organizations can monitor the content sent out via email to ensure that federal or industry regulations and corporate policies are being met."

4. SECNAP Network Security provides email and network security products. Company founder and CTO, Michael Scheidell, invented and then patented SECNAP's HackerTrap system, which, according to SC Magazine, “enables detection of “genuine” attacks against a network, automatically reports minor incidents with a zero false positive rate, monitors possible leaks of personal or private information, and can accurately identify a breached computer within a client company or an employee violating company policies.” The SECNAP SpammerTrap, reports Peter Stephenson also in SC Magazine is “the king of spam killers” that “the device needs only basic information about the environment and it does the rest, including integrating into the already existing LDAP user directory.”

Network Security Appliances
Definition: A Network Security Appliance is any form of server appliance that is designed to protect computer networks from unwanted traffic. There active devices, such as firewalls and anti virus scanning devices; passive devices, such as intrusion detection appliances; preventative devices, such as penetration testing and vulnerability assessment appliances; or Unified Threat Management (UTM) appliances, such  as content filtering or web catching appliances.

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Sophos - Mobile Device Management Buyers Guide
Symtrex, Inc.
IT departments should be perceived as the lubricant in the machine that powers an organization. BYOD is a great opportunity to make life easier for your users. But convenience is always a trade-off with security. How do you strike a balance between security and productivity? In this guide we walk you through the factors you need to consider to find a mobile device management solution that best ...
 
The Unified Approach to Network Security : End of the Multiple Solutions Era
Cyberoam - Elitecore Technologies
The Unified Approach to Network Security: End of the Multiple Solutions Era Multiple Solutions: One Threat Leads to Another 2 Multiple Solutions Multiply the Problems 3 Identity-based UTM: The Solution for Today's Market 3 Lost in the Maze of Solutions It's 1:00 p.m. in the afternoon and you receive a call from your office that your organization's network is down. As a system administrator, ...
 
Best Practices for Securing Enterprise Wireless Network
AirTight Networks
With the rapid adoption of Wi-Fi networks by enterprise IT departments everywhere, network security now involves an entirely new dimension of vulnerability to malicious hackers and casual intruders. Applications and data have literally taken to the airwaves, thanks to the compelling productivity and efficiencies gained by mobility tools such as notebook PCs, handhelds and Blackberries. As an ...
 
Detecting APTS with the Enteprrise Snare Agents
Symtrex, Inc.
Detecting APTS using the Enterprise Snare Agents APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats) is not a new threat, although the term became mainstream in 2010. The primary goal of an APT is political, economic, technical, and military. To think of an APT as simply a form of malware would be a dangerous path, they are intelligent and make only the necessary changes need to interact with whoever launched ...
 
Advanced Persistent Threats, Detection, Protection, Prevention
Symtrex, Inc.
Advanced Persistent Threats: Detection, Protection and Prevention By Barbara Hudson, Senior Product Marketing Manager The many ways in which industry experts have defined advanced persistent threats (APT) have not exactly led to a better understanding. This paper is designed to give you an overview of the common characteristics of APTs, how they typically work, and what kind of protection is ...
 

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