Today’s organisations face unprecedented security challenges.
The sophistication and volume of attacks is increasing exponentially, often resulting in lost company, personal and customer data; stolen intellectual property; damaged reputations; and lost productivity. At the same time, security has become more complex. Organisations are grappling with the BYOD revolution and the explosion of personal devices connecting to the network. Personal smartphones and tablets slow network performance and productivity, and mobile applications such as social media and video streaming consume an enormous amount of bandwidth. In order to address these network security and productivity challenges, some organisations have chosen to compromise their security by turning to features to maintain network performance.
Achieve deeper network security
Dell SonicWALL NSA Series firewalls are capable of providing organisations of any size with a deeper level of network security because they are designed using a scalable, multi-core hardware architecture and a patented, single-pass, low-latency, Reassembly-Free Deep Packet Inspection® (RFDPI) engine that can scan every byte of every packet while maintaining high performance.
Application intelligence and control
Application intelligence informs administrators of application track traversing their network, so they can schedule application controls based on business priority, throttle unproductive applications and block potentially dangerous applications. Real-time visualisation identities track anomalies as they happen, enabling immediate countermeasures against potential inbound or outbound attacks or performance bottlenecks.
Security and protection
The dedicated, in-house Dell SonicWALL Threat Research Team works on researching and developing counter- measures to deploy to the firewalls in the field for up-to-date protection. The team leverages more than one million sensors across the globe for malware samples, and for telemetry feedback on the latest threat information, which in turn is fed into the intrusion prevention, anti-malware and application detection capabilities.