The more people you have accessing your data, the wider your perimeter and the greater the risk to your business of a security breach.
Firewall security event monitoring and firewall device management are essential tasks in order to reduce the risk of a breach, whilst providing a balance of optimal performance and security.
- Protecting companies from threats at the point of entry to the internet
- Protecting the network and data with next-generation firewalls
- Better threat intelligence for network security
IT executives consider network security a critical priority, but they also need to reduce the complexity associated with supporting multiple disparate security products.
More than three-fourths (77%) of organizations rely on non-integrated point security solutions to some degree—which leaves network defences vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Businesses need Firewalls, data identification and segmentation, network access controls, restricted access and multi-factor authentication to make it difficult for cybercriminals to penetrate their systems.
- Insider attacks
- Missed security patches
- Configuration mistakes
- DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks
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