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Though the seemingly constant stream of new viruses, worms, rootkits, denial of service (DoS) attacks and other security threats achieve substantial publicity, such threats don't usually receive notice until significant damage has already occurred.
For most companies, the network perimeter has expanded and blurred with the proliferation of mobile and remote users. In addition, operations like yours are frequently required to provide a degree of network access to vendor partners and customers so that they can access pertinent information. With all of these potential access points, it has never been more imperative for IT administrators to be proactive in implementing intruction prevention devices.
Threat prevention describes a series of strategies that collectively build a multi-layer security protection plan that prevents malicious attacks from entering your environment and corrupting your systems and data.
Implementing intrusion prevention solutions at your organization can deliver big benefits including:
When evaluating intrusion prevention solutions, be sure to:
There are five key areas of the network to consider when developing your intrusion prevention strategy:
Gateway protection is critically important. Effective intrusion prevention solutions include: antivirus, antispam, content filtering, intrusion detection, firewall and virtual private network services, and network access control.
Attackers see servers as keys to the kingdom. If the server doesn't contain the information sought, it provides a means of accessing it. Anti-malware protection, authentication, IP security and content filtering can help minimize this threat.
Attackers often attempt to compromise client systems to gain access. Intrusion prevention tools include antivirus, personal firewalls, threat protection and antispyware.
Data loss or theft can result in additional losses in customer trust and revenue. Data loss prevention solutions can help find the critical balance between protection and access.
Attackers can exploit vulnerabilities in application code to access or manipulate the information within it. Employing firewalls and authentications to protect applications, and implementing security policies can mitigate these risks.
Your Sanforce Account Manager and certified security specialists are ready to assist you with every phase of choosing and leveraging the right intrusion prevention solution for your IT environment. Our approach includes:
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