What is Intrusion Prevention?

An intrusion prevention system (IPS) is a form of network security that works to detect and prevent identified threats. Intrusion prevention systems continuously monitor your network, looking for possible malicious incidents and capturing information about them. The IPS reports these events to system administrators and takes preventative action, such as closing access points and configuring firewalls to prevent future attacks. IPS solutions can also be used to identify issues with corporate security policies, deterring employees and network guests from violating the rules these policies contain.

With so many access points present on a typical business network, it is essential that you have a way to monitor for signs of potential violations, incidents and imminent threats. Today’s network threats are becoming more and more sophisticated and able to infiltrate even the most robust security solutions.

Intrusion Prevention for your business

Integration

 Enable and manage several security applications from a single pane with Firewall Management by our technical team. Seamlessly navigate between your firewall output to integrate the appropriate configuration for your firewall to ensure a comprehensive security solution.

Secure wireless and integrated network protection

To prevent unauthorized access we use the most advanced encryption and authentication standards available. And, our APs forward wireless traffic to the UTM or firewall, giving wireless clients the same level of security as if they were physically connected to the LAN. You can also choose to authenticate users based on their credentials from any back end server supported by our UTM and firewall for greater flexibility and control.

Save On Future Costs

Use Intrusion Prevention to increase operational efficiency and reduce overhead by separating actionable events from noise. Prioritise threats for your staff and improve your security through policy recommendations based on network vulnerabilities. Stay informed on what rules to activate and deactivate, and filter events pertinent for the devices on your network.

Flexibility

Implementing Intrusion Prevention options meet the needs of the enterprise. It can be deployed at the perimeter, at the data centre distribution/core, or behind the firewall to protect mission-critical assets, guest access, and other connections.

Block Hours
A tried and tested method of contracting IT services. Infraplex can assess how many critical of hours your environment requires. Hours not used in one month can be carried forward. Infraplex will regularly assess the requirements to ensure you’re paying just the right amount.

Intrusion Prevention

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