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Security Solutions


A firewall is a system that is designed to prevent unauthorized access to or from a private network. All communication between your computer and internet flows through the firewall since it lies between your computer network and the Internet.

A firewall can be software or hardware.

Hardware firewalls provide a higher level of security and hence preferred for servers where security has the topmost priority. Hardware firewalls usually come as an inbuilt unit of a router and provide maximum security by filtering the data at packet-level.

The software firewalls are less expensive and hence preferred in home computers and laptops.

Features of Hardware Firewall:-

  • Anti Malware.
  • Antispam.
  • Web and Application Filter.
  • Intrusion Prevention System.
  • Lets you quickly identify and react to network security threats.
  • Deliver high-performance next-generation firewall.
  • IPsec & SSL-VPN.
  • Identity-based policies.
  • Content filtering.
  • Load balancing for more than more than two ISP.
  • User-based authentication.
  • Anti Phishing attacks.
  • Antivirus.
  • Antispyware.
  • Vulnerability scans.


End Point Security

Endpoint Security is a centralized approach to protecting all endpoints – servers, desktops, laptops, smartphones and other IoT devices – connected to the corporate IT network from cyber threats. This methodology enables efficient, effective and easier security management. Some vendors offer Endpoint Security systems that include antivirus, firewall and other high defined security software.

When any device-smartphone, laptop, tab etc- is connected remotely to a network, the endpoint thus created would provide an entry point for threats and malware. Endpoint security is all about adequately securing such endpoints and thereby securing a network by blocking access attempts and such risky activities at endpoints.

Today, as more enterprises adopt practices like BYOD and also as incidences of mobile threats are consistently on the rise, endpoint security becomes highly relevant. Employees today connect to company networks using their laptops or mobile devices, from their homes and also while on the move. In this scenario, when security perimeters tend to be indefinable and ever-shifting, a centralized security solution won’t be adequate. It’s here that endpoint security comes in, supplementing centralized security measures with additional layers of protection at endpoints, which are not just entry points for threats and attacks, but points of egress for sensitive data (corporate and personal) as well.

Companies need to ensure that endpoint devices meet security standards; this has to be ascertained before such devices are granted network access. Endpoint security helps enterprises maintain greater control over all access points and also helps block threats and access attempts effectively. Endpoint security tools also help monitor for, detect and block malicious activities.

An endpoint security system typically consists of a centrally located security software (which is located on a centrally managed server or gateway within the network) plus the client software that’s installed on each endpoint or endpoint device.

What is the difference between Endpoint Security and Antivirus Software? 

It’s to be understood that endpoint security software happens to be basically

Different from the antivirus software. In the case of endpoint security software, it’s not an individual device that’s protected; it’s the network as a whole that is secured. The endpoints or endpoint devices, on the other hand, bear some amount of responsibility for their own security as well. This means that even when there is an endpoint protection software to safeguard a network, it’s always necessary also to protect endpoint devices like laptops, smartphones etc with antivirus or antimalware tools.

What is HES?

Hosted Email Security is a no maintenance solution that delivers continuously updated protection to stop spam, phishing, and malware before they reach your network. It protects Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Office 365 and other hosted email solutions.
What Are the Risks to you?
79% of ransomware attacks and over 90% of targeted attacks start with emails.
Office 365 baseline security only protects known malwares which is only 10% of the total threats available.


  • Layered Protection
  • Email fraud protection
  • Document exploit protection
  • Zero-day protection
  • Cloud Sandboxing
  • URL Time-of-click
  • Web reputation service
  • Email encryption
  • Data Loss Protection
  • Source verification and authentication
  • Threat intelligence

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What Can Hosted Email Security Do For You?

A) Stops phishing and spam:

Examines the authenticity and reputation of the email sender to screen out malicious senders.
Analyses email content using a variety of techniques to filter out spam and phishing.
Uses web reputation service from the Smart Protection.
Rewrites and analyses URLs at the time of click and blocks them if malicious.

B) Blocks ransomware before it ever gets to your users:

Detects and blocks ransomware with malware scanning, anti-spam, and file (including executable and macro) scanning.
Gives advanced threat protection with cloud sandbox malware analysis and document exploit detection

C) Protects against Business Email Compromise (BEC):

Examines the behavior of an insecure email provider, forged domain, or a reply to a free email service and intention (e.g., financial implication, urgency, and a call to action)

Why do you need to secure your emails?

Email is mission-critical, but email-based threats, including ransomware and Business Email Compromise (BEC), are growing exponentially and it’s difficult to keep up. Even your savviest employees can mistakenly click on a malicious link and expose your enterprise to cybercrime. At the same time, other critical IT projects are demanding your attention, but that doesn’t mean you can afford to neglect email security maintenance and potential targeted attacks