What Is Network Security?
It’s is any activity that is designed to protect the usability and integrity of your network and data.
- It includes both hardware and software technologies
- It targets a variety of threats
- It stops them from entering or spreading on your network
- Effective network security manages access to the network
How does network security work?
Network security combines multiple layers of defenses at the edge and in the network. Each network security layer implements policies and controls.
How do i benefit from network security?
Digitization has transformed our world. How we live, work, play, and learn have all changed. Every organization that wants to deliver the services that customers and employees demand must protect its network. Ultimately it protects your reputation.
Types of Network Security Protections
Firewalls control incoming and outgoing traffic on networks, with predetermined security rules.
Network segmentation defines boundaries between network segments where assets within the group have a common function, risk or role within an organization.
What is Access Control?
Access control defines the people or groups and the devices that have access to network applications and systems thereby denying unsanctioned access, and maybe threats.
Remote Access VPN
Remote access VPN provides remote and secure access to a company network to individual hosts or clients, such as telecommuters, mobile users, and extranet consumers.
Each host typically has VPN client software loaded or uses a web-based client.
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)
The zero trust security model states that a user should only have the access and permissions that they require to fulfill their role. This is a very different approach from that provided by traditional security solutions, like VPNs, that grant a user full access to the target network.
Email security refers to any processes, products, and services designed to protect your email accounts and email content safe from external threats.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
Data loss prevention (DLP) is a cybersecurity methodology that combines technology and best practices to prevent the exposure of sensitive information outside of an organization,
Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)
IPS technologies can detect or prevent network security attacks such as brute force attacks, Denial of Service (DoS) attacks and exploits of known vulnerabilities.
It is a cybersecurity practice where you run code or open files in a safe, isolated environment on a host machine that mimics end-user operating environments.
Hyperscale Network Security
It is the ability of an architecture to scale appropriately. This solution includes rapid deployment and scaling up or down to meet changes in network security demands. By tightly integrating networking and compute resources in a software-defined system, it is possible to fully utilize all hardware resources available in a clustering solution.
Cloud Network Security
Protecting the modern data center requires greater flexibility and innovation to keep pace with the migration of application workloads to the cloud. Software-defined Networking (SDN) and Software-defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solutions enable network security solutions in private, public, hybrid and cloud-hosted Firewall-as-a-Service (FWaaS) deployments.
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