Next Generation Firewalls and UTMs
Our Next Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) blend the features of a standard firewall and network Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), while also offering additional features for Network and cloud security such as SSL and SSH inspection, reputation-based malware filtering and Active Directory integration support. These firewalls also provide policy based application visibility, application control and threat prevention based on three unique identification technologies, App-ID, User-ID, and Content-ID.
ISIT has expertise in implementing NGFWs for many enterprise customers. We work with leading vendors in the market to ensure best-fit to customer requirements.
Intrusion Prevention Systems
ISIT’s Next-Generation IPS (NGIPS) solutions raise the bar for IPS technology by integrating real-time contextual awareness into its inspection. The system gathers information about network and host configurations, applications and operating systems, user identity, and network behavior and traffic baselines. Our NGIPS solution also offers signature and anomaly based IPS with throughput supporting 10Gbps and above for demanding server farms. By having the utmost visibility into what’s running on your network, NGIPS offers event impact assessment, automated IPS tuning, and user identification to significantly lower the total cost of ownership.
Network Access Management
ISIT’s Network Access Management solution controls access to the network. The solution can be used to validate that endpoints are properly configured and up-to-date with latest OS patches etc. In addition, our solution can manage the complexity associated with managing permissions and authorizations for various groups of users by integrating with a common directory structure, providing local authentication capabilities, or matching something on the endpoint – such as an agent or MAC address – to do the authentication before allowing access to the protected network resources. ISIT’s NAC solutions also make it easy for both IT-Issued and BYOD devices to be safely connected to the corporate network.