Managed Firewall Solutions
Protection from external threats by an experienced partner.
• Both centralised and edge firewalls (hosted and/or onsite)
• Control access to and from the Internet, between sites and other network
• Intrusion detection / intrusion prevention systems (IDS / IPS)
• End user & infrastructure patching
• Dual factor identification
• Web and email filtering
• End user protection
• Centralised user security management
• Incorporates continuous threat protection, providing protection against known malware and malicious websites
• Provides high performance and protection for SSL encrypted traffic
• Virtualised domain with advanced threat policies provides an easy-to-deploy solution for distributed sites
• No requirement for on-site firewalls, although can just as easily complement local deployment and control
• Virtualised domain per customer within AdEPT’s resilient Nebula core
• Management and support by AdEPT skilled and trained staff
• Delivered as part of an AdEPT Nebula WAN environment
Advanced Options Available with Fortinet
Fortinet’s Unified Threat Management (UTM) is available for enhanced protection, with services including web and email filtering, anti-virus, intrusion detection and protection, and application control.
FortiGate IPS includes:
• Deep inspection for advanced threats, botnets, zero days and targeted attacks on the network
• Independent third-party validation to demonstrate superior detection performance
• Innovative security processor (SPU) technology for high-performance network throughput and deep security inspection
• Seamless integration – appliance or cloud service – with world-class sandboxing for advanced threats
• Special security controls for web servers and applications, including cross-site scripting and SQL injection
• Data protection controls to prevent sensitive data exfiltration
As technology evolves, it introduces new ways to deliver greater agility, efficiency and security to a wealth of business processes. As enterprise infrastructure becomes increasingly borderless and hybrid working becomes the new normal, computing resources are being pushed to the network edge, empowering a work from anywhere environment.
Resilience is a core element of business operations. It is a wide-ranging principle that includes business continuity and disaster recovery But both of these are dependent upon a resilient IT and communications infrastructure. It is an organization’s ability to carry on business as usual in the event of an unexpected, potentially service-impacting incident.
Change is inevitable, but the speed of change seems to have been accelerating in recent years. This can make long-term planning difficult for many organisations so, when the long term is unpredictable, the best option is to make sure your business is agile enough to cope with change.
The impact of cybersecurity incidents, such as data breaches, can felt throughout the organisation and beyond. Vulnerabilities within any business can impact stakeholders both up and down the supply chain, with the penalties ranging from regulatory fines to a loss of revenue, significant business interruption or damage to brand and customer loyalty.