Network Protection is a cornerstone of an effective information security program. Firewalls and Unified Threat Management provide the foundation necessary to protect your organization’s data, network and critical assets from outside intruders and threats. Yet, many organizations continue to be challenged by managing network security in-house, due to the heavy burden of day-to-day management requirements and rising costs.
Network Protection combines technologies to provide multi-layered Advanced Threat Protection. With command-and-control detection, Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) and VPN gateway, it protects your network by blocking harmful incoming and outgoing traffic and enables secure access for authorized users. Easy to control security risks whilst ensuring optimal performance tailored to your chosen deployment model it may be hardware, virtualized, software or cloud-based.
Despite new and emerging methods of communication, email remains the top communications tool for businesses. It is no wonder cyber criminals still use email as a primary channel through which to wage their attacks. In addition to dealing with these risks, organizations also must be wary of confidential information going out the door – either accidentally or intentionally. These events can result in monetary loss, compliance violations and/or brand damage.
Take the complexities out of protecting against malicious email attacks and ensuring confidential information remains secure with our email server protection. It delivers unmatched email security for organizations of all sizes through a single, scalable solution that comes outfitted with advanced protection against modern threats, powerful policy configuration and in-depth data security and compliance management. Withemail server protection, you get superior email security and a whole lot more.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a method of computer access control in which a user is only granted access after successfully presenting several separate pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism - typically at least two of the following categories: knowledge (something they know); possession (something they have), and inherence (something they are)
Two-factor authentication (also known as 2FA) is a method of confirming a user's claimed identity by utilizing a combination of two different components. Two-factor authentication is a type of multi-factor authentication.
A good example from everyday life is the withdrawing of money from a cash machine. Only the correct combination of a bank card (something that the user possesses) and a PIN (personal identification number, something that the user knows) allows the transaction to be carried out.
As network traffic and complexity increases, threat and compliance issues call for real-time alerting, correlation, analysis and auditing that can only be accomplished with security information and event management (SIEM) technology and a vigilant team of IT experts. OM Networks SIEM services provide world-class expertise, threat intelligence, efficiency and automation otherwise unavailable to most organizations.
As IT infrastructure becomes more distributed and vulnerable to attack, security information and event management (SIEM) technology becomes more essential for real-time alerting, analysis and auditing. SIEM provides the critical insight and information needed for organizations to proactively respond and manage security risk and compliance in easy-to-understand ways.
Protects your web servers from tampering and hacking attempts and provides load balancing across a multi-node farm. It secures your web applications against attack including SQL injection, cross-site scripting and much more. Also block clients with bad reputation outright. Attacks to apps are the leading cause of breaches—they are the gateway to your valuable data. With the right WAF in place, you can block the array of attacks that aim to exfiltrate that data by compromising your systems.
A WAF protects your web apps by filtering, monitoring, and blocking any malicious HTTP/S traffic traveling to the web application, and prevents any unauthorized data from leaving the app. It does this by adhering to a set of policies that help determine what traffic is malicious and what traffic is safe. Just as a proxy server acts as an intermediary to protect the identity of a client, a WAF operates in similar fashion but in the reverse—called a reverse proxy—acting as an intermediary that protects the web app server from a potentially malicious client.
WAFs can come in the form of software, an appliance, or delivered as-a-service. Policies can be customized to meet the unique needs of your web application or set of web applications. Although many WAFs require you update the policies regularly to address new vulnerabilities, advances in machine learning enable some WAFs to update automatically. This automation is becoming more critical as the threat landscape continues to grow in complexity and ambiguity.
We’re taking a new approach to protection. Endpoint Protection blocks malware and infections by identifying and preventing the handful of techniques and behaviors used in almost every exploit.
Endpoint protection doesn’t rely on signatures to catch malware, which means it catches zero-day threats without adversely affecting the performance of your device. So you get protection before those exploits even arrive. Not limited to enduser computers/pc/mobile, we protect your server without sacrificing their performance.
Email archiving is the act of preserving and making searchable all email to/from an individual. Email archiving solutions capture email content either directly from the email application itself or during transport. The messages are typically then stored on magnetic disk storage and indexed to simplify future searches. In addition to simply accumulating email messages, these applications index and provide quick, searchable access to archived messages independent of the users of the system using a couple of different technical methods of implementation. The reasons a company may opt to implement an email archiving solution include protection of mission critical data, to meet retention and supervision requirements of applicable regulations, and for e-discovery purposes.