Outgoing Threats - Overview

Outgoing Threats

 

OUTGOING

 

THREATS

 

Your staff can be a major security threat. Quite often, security incidents occur because of negligence or human error. Without proper training on the dangers of the Internet, your staff can be a serious security risk, and hackers can exploit this to compromise your network. To help alleviate this threat, Network Box offers the following security technologies to protect your network:

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Virtual Private

Network (VPN)

 

Secures out-of-office connections to ensure data remains confidential during Internet exchange.

 

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VPN

 


 

Web Content

Filtering (S-Scan)

 

Designed to block end-users from accessing infected and other undesirable websites.

 

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S-Scan

 


 

Data Leakage

Prevention (DLP)

 

Scans and blocks outbound mail that may contain sensitive data.

 

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DLP

 


 

Infected

LAN

 

Identifies and quarantines infected workstations, servers and connected smart devices in your internal network.

 

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Infected LAN

 


 

SSL

Proxying

 

Secures communication between two internet endpoints by decrypting and scanning incoming traffic and re-encrypting data on the way out.

 

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SSL Proxying

 


 

Application Scanning

and Control

 

Analyzes web traffic to identify the application responsible, allowing rules to be applied to it.

 

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Application Scanning & Control