Network Security

Network Security

Network security concerns all motion control systems on the perimeter.

Firewall and Network Protection

A good firewall involves the first stage of defense against risks and can effectively prevent dangerous events leading to data loss or theft, terminal equipment contamination and other productivity-related problems in a business.

NGFW Next Generation Protection Wall and Application Control

An NGFW can prevent, allow, format or prioritize major applications such as Salesforce, Office 365 etc. but it also controls file traffic, IM and multimedia messaging since uncontrolled use of the Internet not only reduces employee productivity but can also lead to serious legal breaches for the business.

Network Security with Business Intelligence

SIEM systems use proactive monitoring, rapid troubleshooting, advanced association and special searches to avoid the risk of a business. In many cases, the cost of a breach is rising to a much higher rate than what business today believes, so proper preparation is considered necessary.

NAC / Network Access Control

NAC / Network Access Control controls whether the connected computers are actually authorized to access the corporate network and ensure compliance with the company’s security policy.

Firewall & Network Protection

A good firewall can effectively prevent costly events that lead to data loss or theft, “contamination” of workstations and other work related to productivity. A properly parameterized firewall can hold a large part of your operation protected, including fully customizable features such as basic firewall functionality, such as intrusion protection, denial of service, data and much more. A modern firewall should use an object-based approach. By defining a workstation or an Internet server as an object, the information should be able to be reused during customization.

 

The system should be easy to use and remove the complicated processes required by saving hours of work and reducing the chances of human error.

Details

  • Stateful packet data control
  • Special Security Servers to help manage HTTP / S, FTP, FTP-over-HTTP, POP3, SMTP, DNS, Socks, Ident, NTP, Generic protocols.
  • Deep Packet Inspection filters that control packet management information to support specific protocol rules
  • Flexible management rules that include users, networks, groups, and remote VPN users
  • Network Address Translations (SNAT / DNAT, “Masquerading”)
  • Remote Access and Private VPN Networks for Remote Worker and Office Connections

Next Generation Firewall & Application Control

Uncontrolled Internet use, instant messaging and P2P technologies not only reduce staff productivity but can also lead to serious legal violations. In addition, all actions should be filtered to protect corporate networks from dangerous programs and risks that can cause data loss or theft.

A Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) allows enterprises to protect their networks with a high performance firewall while simultaneously ensuring online traffic, protecting against modern threats such as drive-by downloads and botnets. An NGFW can block, allow, format, or prioritize major Web applications such as Salesforce, but also control file traffic, IM and multimedia messaging, and networking.

Details

  • Application Control manages network programs such as Bittorrent, skype, ICQ, MSN and others. according to the company’s security policy
  • A protocol or application can be banned without limiting the network gateway that is typically used but based on Deep Packet Inspection,
  • Advanced Layer-7 Deep Packet Inspection mechanisms that track over 900 unique applications and instantly update applications that are not yet classified.

Network Security with Business Intelligence (SIEM Network Security)

It has never been more lucrative but also attractive for online attacks on target businesses by malicious cyber-users. SIEM systems use proactive monitoring, rapid troubleshooting, advanced association and special searches to avoid the risk of a business. Following the emergence of Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), the cost of a violation is rising to a much higher rate than what today’s businesses believe. By definition, detecting an APT attack before a violation is a very difficult matter. SIEM systems offer special tools to detect APT attacks that are very useful to businesses.

While information security is a complex process, the reception and analysis of these data must be unobstructed and simple. To ensure this, a SIEM creates detailed but comprehensive statistics and alerts. The system produces continuous reports for a specific time or in real time through special dashboards providing a clear overview of all security information. This ensures that malicious activity can be discovered and addressed immediately before a business is actually damaged.

A SIEM system can be interfaced with ERP systems, databases and human resources systems. Data collection starts from the network and security devices, servers and applications, bridging the gap between applications, businesses and infrastructures, since it is possible to detect even the most complex threat.

Details

  • Analysis of security incidents and APT (Advanced Continued Threats)
  • Automate and optimize the time spent on compliance with quality standards and regulations
  • Coordination to determine the dynamic performance of a business.
  • Ensuring the elements required for business process reengineering
  • Identify misconfigurations and infrastructure errors
  • Dramatic reduction of root-cause analysis

NAC / Network Access Control

NAC / Network Access Control controls whether the connected computers are actually authorized to access the corporate network and ensure compliance with the company’s security policy. The NAC solution is a flexible solution designed to protect any network infrastructure, providing full protection for all terminals, manageable and unmanaged. The NAC system includes smooth integration with any wired or wireless network, detection and control of managed, non-managed and offline assets as well as prevention against the introduction of malware on the network when users browse the Internet through their own device.

A NAC solution must combine network access control with zero-day threat prevention, automated policy enforcement, and network intelligence to provide a unified view of terminal activity and robust analysis of network usage and history. All these functions provide complete terminal control and provide security controls throughout the life of a device’s network access.

Details

  • Compliance with the Company’s Security Policy
  • Isolate computers that do not comply with the policy
  • Sensitive Data Protection
  • Complete protection for all terminals, managed and not
  • Automatically detect and limit incompatible devices
  • Automated policy implementation on all devices
  • Analysis of each package from each device
  • Continuous security checks throughout the connection of the device
  • Functionality on any network infrastructure
  • Consolidated view of terminal equipment activity