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Ukrainian Police Arrest 6 Hackers Linked to DDoS and Financial Attacks

Ukrainian Police have this week busted out two separate groups of hackers involved in carrying out DDoS attacks against news agencies and stealing money from Ukrainian citizens, respectively.

According to the authorities, the four suspected hackers they arrested last week, all aged from 26 to 30 years, stole more than 5 million Hryvnia (around 178,380 USD) from the bank accounts of Ukrainian citizens by hacking into their computers.

The suspects carried out their attacks by scanning vulnerable computers on the Internet and infecting them with a custom Trojan malware to take full remote control of the systems

The group then apparently enabled key-logging on the infected computers in an attempt to capture banking credentials of victims when the owners of those infected computers fill in that information on any banking site or their digital currency wallet.

Once getting a hold on the victims banking and financial data, the attackers logged into their online banking accounts and transferred the funds or cryptocurrencies to the accounts controlled by the attackers.

Besides stealing money, the suspects also left the backdoor on the victims’ computers for further control, so that they can use them in the future for carrying out other illicit activities.

Criminal proceedings against all the four people have been initiated under several articles of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, including theft and unauthorized interference with the work of computers, automated systems, computer networks or telecommunication networks.

 

Two Ukrainian DDoS Hackers Arrested

In a separate press release, Police today announced the arrest of two other hackers, 21- and 22-years-old, suspected of performing DDoS attacks against several critical Ukrainian resources, including news sites of the city of Mariupol and several state educational institutions.

According to the authorities, the duo developed two DDoS hacking tools which they used to send hundreds of automatic queries to their targeted regional information resources every second, eventually making their service unavailable.

The pair is currently facing up to six years in prison under article 361 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, which includes unlawful interference with the work of computers, automated systems, computer networks or telecommunication networks.

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Firewall Company in India

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Firewall Management Services in Delhi NCR India

An essential part of your business security measures, invest in a firewall solution today

Protecting your network from intruders is as essential as locking up the front door. If the firewall architecture is poorly set up, or non-existent, it might have a significant impact on your business IT security. If an intruder penetrates your network it could lead to sensitive data being stolen, financial loss, or worse.

Servicing in Delhi NCR India, we can provide support and help your business implement the following firewalls:

  • Check Point
  • FortiGate
  • Palo Alto Networks
  • WatchGuard
  • Sophos
  • Cisco Asa Firepower
  • Cisco PIX
  • Mcafee Firewall
  • Juniper SSG
  • Juniper SRX
  • Sonicwall
  • Barracuda Firewall
  • Cyberoam
  • D-Link
  • Endian Firewall
  • Opendium Iceni
  • IPCop
  • pfSense
  • IPFire
  • Untangle
  • Zeroshell
  • SmoothWall
  • WinGate
  • Calyptix Security
  • Halon Security
  • Vantronix
  • And more!

IT Monteur’s Firewall Firm is one of India’s leading providers of firewall services

With almost 15 years’ experience within the IT industry, Solutions Plus is proud to be a reseller of all firewall solutions in Delhi NCR India. With our partnership, we supply and support all firewall products, as well as Wireless Access Points and Email Gateways. We truly believe that they are the best on the market.

Learn more about our partnership with all firewall company or for more information on our firewall management services, please call us on Sales :+91 958 290 7788 | Support : 0120 2631048

When any enterprise or small medium business start thinking of a network management & security, the first thing to come up in  the mind of IT Managers is a good and secure firewall. Firewalls are the first layer of defense in a network, as a system without the basic layer of security is intended to reveal the sensitive data for enterprise users.

A firewall is a combo of a firewall software and operating system that is built to run a firewall system on a dedicated hardware or virtual machine which includes :

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Firewall Company in India

  • Embedded firewalls: very limited-capability programs running on a low-power CPU system,
  • Software firewall appliances: a system that can be run in independent hardware or in a virtualised environment as a virtual appliance
  • Hardware firewall appliances: Hardware firewall is specifically built to install as a network device, providing enough network interfaces and CPU to serve a wide range of purposes. From protecting a small network to protecting an enterprise-level network.

Firewall Company in India

Firewall Company in India

Below is the list of Top Firewall Companies in India

 

FirewallLicenseCostOS
Check Point

Check Point

ProprietaryIncluded on Check Point
security gateways
Proprietary operating system Check Point IPSO
and Gaia (Linux-based)
FortiGate

FortiGate

ProprietaryIncluded on all Fortigate
devices
Proprietary, FortiOS
Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks

ProprietaryIncluded on Palo Alto
Networks firewalls
Proprietary operating system PANOS
WatchGuard

WatchGuard

ProprietaryIncluded on all
WatchGuard firewalls
Proprietary operating system
Sophos

Sophos

ProprietaryIncluded on Sophos UTMLinux-based appliance
Cisco Asa Firepower

Cisco Asa Firepower

ProprietaryIncluded on all CISCO
ASA devices
Proprietary operating system
Cisco PIX

Cisco PIX

ProprietaryIncluded on all CISCO
PIX devices
Proprietary operating system
Forcepoint Mcafee Firewall

Forcepoint

ProprietaryIncluded on Intel Security ApplianceLinux-based appliance
Juniper SSG

Juniper SSG

ProprietaryIncluded on Netscreen
security gateways
Proprietary operating system ScreenOS
Juniper SRX

Juniper SRX

ProprietaryIncluded on SRX
security gateways
Proprietary operating system Junos
Sonicwall

Sonicwall

ProprietaryIncluded on Dell applianceProprietary operating system SonicOs
Barracuda Firewall

Barracuda Firewall

ProprietaryIncluded Firewall Next Generation applianceWindows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Cyberoam

Cyberoam

ProprietaryIncluded Firewall Sophos applianceWindows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
D-LinkProprietaryIncluded Firewall DFLWindows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Endian FirewallProprietaryFree / PaidLinux-based appliance
Opendium IceniProprietaryFree / PaidLinux-based, with optional web filtering / auditing.
IPCopGPLFree / PaidLinux-based appliance
firewall distribution
 

pfSense

ESF/BSDFree / PaidFreeBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
IPFireGPLFree / PaidLinux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
UntangleGPLFree / PaidLinux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
ZeroshellGPLFree / PaidLinux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
SmoothWallGPLFree / PaidLinux-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
WinGateGPLFree / PaidWindows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Calyptix SecurityBSDFreeOpenBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
Halon SecurityBSDFreeOpenBSD-based appliance
VantronixBSDFreeOpenBSD-based appliance

For Any type of Firewall Security and Support, Please call us on

Sales :+91 958 290 7788
Support : 0120 2631048

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Firewall India

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Firewall Management Services in India

An essential part of your business security measures, invest in a firewall solution today

Protecting your network from intruders is as essential as locking up the front door. If the firewall architecture is poorly set up, or non-existent, it might have a significant impact on your business IT security. If an intruder penetrates your network it could lead to sensitive data being stolen, financial loss, or worse.

Servicing in Delhi NCR India, we can provide support and help your business implement the following firewalls:

  • Check Point
  • FortiGate
  • Palo Alto Networks
  • WatchGuard
  • Sophos
  • Cisco Asa Firepower
  • Cisco PIX
  • Mcafee Firewall
  • Juniper SSG
  • Juniper SRX
  • Sonicwall
  • Barracuda Firewall
  • Cyberoam
  • D-Link
  • Endian Firewall
  • Opendium Iceni
  • IPCop
  • pfSense
  • IPFire
  • Untangle
  • Zeroshell
  • SmoothWall
  • WinGate
  • Calyptix Security
  • Halon Security
  • Vantronix
  • And more!

IT Monteur’s Firewall Firm is one of India’s leading providers of firewall services in India

With almost 15 years’ experience within the IT industry, Solutions Plus is proud to be a reseller of all firewall solutions in Delhi NCR India. With our partnership, we supply and support all firewall products, as well as Wireless Access Points and Email Gateways. We truly believe that they are the best on the market.

Learn more about our partnership with all firewall company or for more information on our firewall management services, please call us on Sales :+91 958 290 7788 | Support : 0120 2631048

When any enterprise or small medium business start thinking of a network management & security, the first thing to come up in the mind of IT Managers is a good and secure firewall. Firewalls are the first layer of defense in a network, as a system without the basic layer of security is intended to reveal the sensitive data for enterprise users.

A firewall is a combo of a firewall software and operating system that is built to run a firewall system on a dedicated hardware or virtual machine which includes :

  • Embedded firewalls: very limited-capability programs running on a low-power CPU system,
  • Software firewall appliances: a system that can be run in independent hardware or in a virtualised environment as a virtual appliance
  • Hardware firewall appliances: Hardware firewall is specifically built to install as a network device, providing enough network interfaces and CPU to serve a wide range of purposes. From protecting a small network to protecting an enterprise-level network.

Firewall India

Firewall India

Below is the list of Top Firewall Companies in India

 

FirewallLicenseCostOS
Check Point

Check Point

ProprietaryIncluded on Check Point
security gateways
Proprietary operating system Check Point IPSO
and Gaia (Linux-based)
FortiGate

FortiGate

ProprietaryIncluded on all Fortigate
devices
Proprietary, FortiOS
Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks

ProprietaryIncluded on Palo Alto
Networks firewalls
Proprietary operating system PANOS
WatchGuard

WatchGuard

ProprietaryIncluded on all
WatchGuard firewalls
Proprietary operating system
Sophos

Sophos

ProprietaryIncluded on Sophos UTMLinux-based appliance
Cisco Asa Firepower

Cisco Asa Firepower

ProprietaryIncluded on all CISCO
ASA devices
Proprietary operating system
Cisco PIX

Cisco PIX

ProprietaryIncluded on all CISCO
PIX devices
Proprietary operating system
Forcepoint Mcafee Firewall

Forcepoint

ProprietaryIncluded on Intel Security ApplianceLinux-based appliance
Juniper SSG

Juniper SSG

ProprietaryIncluded on Netscreen
security gateways
Proprietary operating system ScreenOS
Juniper SRX

Juniper SRX

ProprietaryIncluded on SRX
security gateways
Proprietary operating system Junos
Sonicwall

Sonicwall

ProprietaryIncluded on Dell applianceProprietary operating system SonicOs
Barracuda Firewall

Barracuda Firewall

ProprietaryIncluded Firewall Next Generation applianceWindows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Cyberoam

Cyberoam

ProprietaryIncluded Firewall Sophos applianceWindows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
D-LinkProprietaryIncluded Firewall DFLWindows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Endian FirewallProprietaryFree / PaidLinux-based appliance
Opendium IceniProprietaryFree / PaidLinux-based, with optional web filtering / auditing.
IPCopGPLFree / PaidLinux-based appliance
firewall distribution
 

pfSense

ESF/BSDFree / PaidFreeBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
IPFireGPLFree / PaidLinux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
UntangleGPLFree / PaidLinux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
ZeroshellGPLFree / PaidLinux/NanoBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
SmoothWallGPLFree / PaidLinux-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
WinGateGPLFree / PaidWindows-based appliance
embedded firewall distribution
Calyptix SecurityBSDFreeOpenBSD-based appliance
firewall distribution
Halon SecurityBSDFreeOpenBSD-based appliance
VantronixBSDFreeOpenBSD-based appliance

Firewall India

Firewall India

For Any type of Firewall Security and Support in India, Please call us on

Sales :+91 958 290 7788
Support : 0120 2631048

Register & Request Quote
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Free Firewall- Sophos XG Virtual Firewall free for 90 days

Sophos XG Virtual Firewall free for 90 days

Sophos XG Virtual Firewall free for 90 days

Being in the Firewall market for long we also get lots of requests for Free Firewall for Home use etc. Our OEM Sophos is offering Free Firewall for 90 days.

XG Virtual Firewall is available on your favorite virtual platforms including VMware, Hyper-V, Citrix XenApp, and KVM. It provides a bevy of connectivity and security features and it’s easy to set up. Simply visit the free trial page, fill out the form, and you’re off.

Secure connectivity for remote workers

XG Virtual Firewall includes a base license that offers remote connectivity options for users, including both IPsec through Sophos Connect client and SSL VPN. Both provide secure methods for connecting from home back to the corporate office and accessing resources such as email, applications, and documents.

Your free trial also includes a FullGuard security bundle that protects your firewall and connected devices from threats such as ransomware, breaches, phishing emails, and more.

You can even add additional services such as Sophos Intercept X to take advantage of our Synchronized Security feature, which shares telemetry data on the health status of each connected device in addition to isolating any endpoint that does become infected so the infection can’t spread laterally to other hosts.

Setting up -XG Virtual Firewall free trial

Keeping your organization running smoothly can be challenging during the best of times. As we switch to a “work from home” model until it’s safe to return to the office, having a solution that meets your remote connectivity and security needs can help make things easier. And, it doesn’t need to be difficult to get up and running quickly.

We’re here to make your XG Virtual Firewall Free Trial simple to deploy and configure so your remote employees can get connected and stay productive. Here are some resources to help you get started.

If you have questions at any point during your free trial please visit our knowledgebasereview our how-to videosdocumentation, or contact us.

After 90 days

Should you wish to continue using XG Firewall once the free 90-day trial ends, we can help you transition to a hardware, virtual or cloud instance of XG Firewall. Speak to your Sophos representative or channel partner to discuss your requirements.

Maze Ransomware – What You Need to Know

Maze Ransomware

What You Need to Know

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maze-ransomware

What’s this Maze thing we keep hearing about?

Maze is a particularly sophisticated strain of Windows ransomware that has hit companies and organizations around the world and demanded that a cryptocurrency payment be made in exchange for the safe recovery of encrypted data.

There’s been plenty of ransomware before. What makes Maze so special?

Like other ransomware seen in the past, Maze can spread across a corporate network, infect computers it finds and encrypts data so it cannot be accessed.

But what makes Maze more dangerous is that it also steals the data it finds and exfiltrates it to servers controlled by malicious hackers who then threaten to release it if a ransom is not paid. Increasingly, other ransomware (such as REvil, also known as Sodinokibi) have been observed using similar tactics.

So simply restoring from a backup..?

…isn’t enough. Yes, restoring your data from a secure backup can get you back up and running again (if the backup hasn’t itself been compromised, of course), but it doesn’t undo the fact that criminals now have a copy of your company’s data.

Nasty. So this is a combination of a ransomware attack and a data breach?

Yup. And as a website operated by the criminals behind the Maze attacks claims, if the ransom is not paid, they will:

  • Release public details of your security breach and inform the media
  • Sell stolen information with commercial value on the dark market
  • Tell any stock exchanges on which your company might be listed about the hack and the loss of sensitive information
  • Use stolen information to attack clients and partners as well as inform them that your company was hacked.

This is much worse than just being hit by ransomware

Yes, it is. It appears that Maze ransomware gang is not only capable of writing sophisticated malware. They have also found a very effective way of increasing the pressure on its corporate “clients” to pay up.

One has to assume that the attackers saw that many organizations now have more rigorous backup regimes in place and realized that they needed to up the ante if they were to maximize their potential criminal earnings.

How much information does the Maze ransomware typically steal from a company?

It’s hard to say, as only the companies concerned and the criminals themselves will know how much has been taken. However, the Maze website has this to say:

Usually we have over 100Gb of data from single client. Sometimes up to 10Tb of commercial and private information. We are looking for NDA marked information and everything that can be used as a base for the lawsuit agains our client.[sic]

Wait. You mentioned this before. The Maze guys have a website?

Yes, on their website they list their “new clients” (their term for recent corporate victims who have failed to pay up and who might be trying to keep news of their security breach out of the press.)

The website includes details of when victims had their computer systems hit by the Maze ransomware as well as links to downloads of stolen data and documents as “proof.”

There are even convenient buttons on the website to share details of breaches via social media.

 

In the above image, I’ve blurred out the names of Maze victims exposed on the cybercriminals’ website. Sadly, the hackers have no qualms about offering unredacted downloads of the data they have stolen.

This is terrifying. What types of organizations have been hit by Maze?

Cognizant, the multinational IT services giant, revealed last week that it had been hit by Maze.

Other victims have included medical research organisations, professional security services and law firms.

 

How does the Maze ransomware infect an organization in the first place?

The attackers use a variety of different techniques to compromise your network. This can include exploitation of known vulnerabilities that have not been patched, remote desktop connections with weak passwords, malicious email attachments and/or links. In some cases, the attack may actually come from a client of yours or partner who has already fallen victim to the hackers.

So what should my company be doing to protect ourselves from the Maze ransomware?

You should still be making secure offsite backups. You should still be running up-to-date security solutions and ensuring that your computers are protected with the latest patches against newly-discovered vulnerabilities. You should still be using hard-to-crack, unique passwords to protect sensitive data and accounts as well as enabling multi-factor authentication. You should still be encrypting your sensitive data wherever possible. You should still be educating and informing staff about risks and the methods used by cybercriminals to electronically infiltrate organizations.

If my company has been unlucky enough to have been hit by the Maze ransomware, should we pay the ransom?

That ultimately is a decision that only you can make. Bear in mind that the more companies that pay a ransom, the more the criminals are likely to launch similar attacks in the future.

At the same time, you may feel that your business needs to make the difficult but pragmatic decision to pay the criminals if you feel your company cannot survive any other way.

Whatever your decision, we encourage you to inform law enforcement agencies of the incident and work with them to help them investigate who might be behind the attacks.

And remember this: paying the ransom does not necessarily mean you have ridden yourself of the security problems that allowed you to be infected in the first place. If you don’t find out what went wrong and why and fix it, then you could easily fall victim to further cybercrime attacks in the future.

 

Maze ransomware hits US giant Cognizant

Maze ransomware hits US giant Cognizant

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The latest company to fall victim to a ransomware attack is Cognizant, a large US IT services company which admitted at the weekend that it had fallen victim to Maze.

The three-paragraph statement offers little detail except, perhaps, the most telling:

Cognizant can confirm that a security incident involving our internal systems, and causing service disruptions for some of our clients, is the result of a Maze ransomware attack.

That one word, Maze, hints that the company is already steeling itself to report the ransomware attack as a full-blown data breach.

Maze has been blamed for extorting a succession of large organisations since last summer, and is known for stealing as well as encrypting files in an innovation used by the criminals to increase the pressure on victims to pay up: We’ve scrambled your sensitive files but will also leak them to the world if we don’t get what we want.

For US companies, a data breach is a big deal which brings with it regulatory oversight as well as hefty potential costs if any customer information is found to be part of the stolen data.

It’s also commercially awkward to admit an attack is causing problems for customers even if the company is far from the only prominent name affected by Maze in recent months.

In late March, Swiss cyber-insurance company Chubb admitted it had been hit by an unidentified attack, which some took to confirm an unverified claim by the Maze gang that it had successfully stolen data from the company weeks earlier.

The attackers even, cheekily, justified their actions in a statement that reportedly began:

We want to show that the system is unreliable. The cybersecurity is weak. The people who should care about the security of the information are unreliable. We want to show that nobody cares about the users. […] Now it’s our turn. We will change the situation by making irresponsible companies pay for every data leak.

In January, Naked Security reported on a confirmed Maze attack in December which so annoyed the victim company, cable maker Southwire, that it filed a civil suit against its makers that mentioned the ransom demand of $6 million in Bitcoins.

If these and a series of others credited to Maze in recent weeks serve as a warning, what are they a warning against?

The short answer is a ragbag of tactics that read like a penetration test gone rogue.

That could include known vulnerabilities in any kind of privileged asset such as load balancers to Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) servers. If it can’t reach these directly, there’s always standard phishing attacks and boobytrapped Word attachments to fall back on in the search for a network foothold.

None of this is exactly hard to predict. In December, the FBI even put out a private warning about Maze tactics to US organisations.

The challenge is that today’s successful compromises reflect the security weaknesses that have built up from yesteryear. Companies sometimes suspect that they have weaknesses but simply fail to find them as quickly as the attackers do.

How to protect yourself from ransomware

  • Pick strong passwords. And don’t re-use passwords, ever.
  • Make regular backups. They could be your last line of defense against a six-figure ransom demand. Be sure to keep them offsite where attackers can’t find them.
  • Patch early, patch often. Ransomware like WannaCry and NotPetya relied on unpatched vulnerabilities to spread around the globe.
  • Lock down RDP. Criminal gangs exploit weak RDP credentials to launch targeted ransomware attacks. Turn off Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) if you don’t need it, and use rate limiting, two-factor authentication (2FA) or a virtual private network (VPN) if you do.
  • Use anti-ransomware protection. Sophos Intercept X and XG Firewall are designed to work hand in hand to combat ransomware and its effects. Individuals can protect themselves with Sophos Home.

 

CYBER SECURITY

CYBER SECURITY – Protect and Secure Your Data

CYBER SECURITY - Protect and Secure Your Data

CYBER SECURITY – Protect and Secure Your Data

Protect and Secure Your Data

Protect and Secure Your Data

Protect and Secure Your Data

Cyber security is the practice of defending computers, servers, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from malicious attacks. It’s also known as information technology security or electronic information security. The term applies in a variety of contexts, from business to mobile computing, and can be divided into a few common categories.

  • Network security is the practice of securing a computer network from intruders, whether targeted attackers or opportunistic malware.
  • Application security focuses on keeping software and devices free of threats. A compromised application could provide access to the data its designed to protect. Successful security begins in the design stage, well before a program or device is deployed.
  • Information security protects the integrity and privacy of data, both in storage and in transit.
  • Operational security includes the processes and decisions for handling and protecting data assets. The permissions users have when accessing a network and the procedures that determine how and where data may be stored or shared all fall under this umbrella.
  • Disaster recovery and business continuity define how an organization responds to a cyber-security incident or any other event that causes the loss of operations or data. Disaster recovery policies dictate how the organization restores its operations and information to return to the same operating capacity as before the event. Business continuity is the plan the organization falls back on while trying to operate without certain resources.
  • End-user education addresses the most unpredictable cyber-security factor: people. Anyone can accidentally introduce a virus to an otherwise secure system by failing to follow good security practices. Teaching users to delete suspicious email attachments, not plug in unidentified USB drives, and various other important lessons is vital for the security of any organization.

The scale of the cyber threat

The global cyber threat continues to evolve at a rapid pace, with a rising number of data breaches each year. A report by RiskBased Security revealed that a shocking 7.9 billion records have been exposed by data breaches in the first nine months of 2019 alone. This figure is more than double (112%) the number of records exposed in the same period in 2018.

Medical services, retailers and public entities experienced the most breaches, with malicious criminals responsible for most incidents. Some of these sectors are more appealing to cybercriminals because they collect financial and medical data, but all businesses that use networks can be targeted for customer data, corporate espionage, or customer attacks.

With the scale of the cyber threat set to continue to rise, the International Data Corporation predicts that worldwide spending on cyber-security solutions will reach a massive $133.7 billion by 2022. Governments across the globe have responded to the rising cyber threat with guidance to help organizations implement effective cyber-security practices.

In the U.S., the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has created a cyber-security framework. To combat the proliferation of malicious code and aid in early detection, the framework recommends continuous, real-time monitoring of all electronic resources.

The importance of system monitoring is echoed in the “10 steps to cyber security”, guidance provided by the U.K. government’s National Cyber Security Centre. In Australia, The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) regularly publishes guidance on how organizations can counter the latest cyber-security threats.

Types of cyber threats

Cyber threats - Cybercrime, Cyber-attack, Cyberterrorism

Cyber threats – Cybercrime, Cyber-attack, Cyberterrorism

The threats countered by cyber-security are three-fold:

  1. Cybercrime includes single actors or groups targeting systems for financial gain or to cause disruption.
  2. Cyber-attack often involves politically motivated information gathering.
  3. Cyberterrorism is intended to undermine electronic systems to cause panic or fear.

So, how do malicious actors gain control of computer systems? Here are some common methods used to threaten cyber-security:

Malware

Malware means malicious software. One of the most common cyber threats, malware is software that a cybercriminal or hacker has created to disrupt or damage a legitimate user’s computer. Often spread via an unsolicited email attachment or legitimate-looking download, malware may be used by cybercriminals to make money or in politically motivated cyber-attacks.

There are a number of different types of malware, including:

  • Virus: A self-replicating program that attaches itself to clean file and spreads throughout a computer system, infecting files with malicious code.
  •       TrojansA type of malware that is disguised as legitimate software. Cybercriminals trick users into uploading Trojans onto their computer where they cause damage or collect data.
  • Spyware: A program that secretly records what a user does, so that cybercriminals can make use of this information. For example, spyware could capture credit card details.
  • Ransomware: Malware which locks down a user’s files and data, with the threat of erasing it unless a ransom is paid.
  • Adware: Advertising software which can be used to spread malware.
  • Botnets: Networks of malware infected computers which cybercriminals use to perform tasks online without the user’s permission.

SQL injection

An SQL (structured language query) injection is a type of cyber-attack used to take control of and steal data from a database. Cybercriminals exploit vulnerabilities in data-driven applications to insert malicious code into a databased via a malicious SQL statement. This gives them access to the sensitive information contained in the database.

Phishing

Phishing is when cybercriminals target victims with emails that appear to be from a legitimate company asking for sensitive information. Phishing attacks are often used to dupe people into handing over credit card data and other personal information.

Man-in-the-middle attack

A man-in-the-middle attack is a type of cyber threat where a cybercriminal intercepts communication between two individuals in order to steal data. For example, on an unsecure WiFi network, an attacker could intercept data being passed from the victim’s device and the network.

Denial-of-service attack

A denial-of-service attack is where cybercriminals prevent a computer system from fulfilling legitimate requests by overwhelming the networks and servers with traffic. This renders the system unusable, preventing an organization from carrying out vital functions.

Latest cyber threats

What are the latest cyber threats that individuals and organizations need to guard against? Here are some of the most recent cyber threats that the U.K., U.S., and Australian governments have reported on.

Dridex malware

In December 2019, the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) charged the leader of an organized cyber-criminal group for their part in a global Dridex malware attack. This malicious campaign affected the public, government, infrastructure and business worldwide.

Dridex is a financial trojan with a range of capabilities. Affecting victims since 2014, it infects computers though phishing emails or existing malware. Capable of stealing passwords, banking details and personal data which can be used in fraudulent transactions, it has caused massive financial losses amounting to hundreds of millions.

In response to the Dridex attacks, the U.K.’s National Cyber Security Centre advises the public to “ensure devices are patched, anti-virus is turned on and up to date and files are backed up”.

Romance scams

In February 2020, the FBI warned U.S. citizens to be aware of confidence fraud that cybercriminals commit using dating sites, chat rooms and apps. Perpetrators take advantage of people seeking new partners, duping victims into giving away personal data.

The FBI reports that romance cyber threats affected 114 victims in New Mexico in 2019, with financial losses amounting to $1.6 million.

Emotet malware

In late 2019, The Australian Cyber Security Centre warned national organizations about a widespread global cyber threat from Emotet malware.

Emotet is a sophisticated trojan that can steal data and also load other malware. Emotet thrives on unsophisticated password: a reminder of the importance of creating a secure password to guard against cyber threats.

End-user protection

End-user protection or endpoint security is a crucial aspect of cyber security. After all, it is often an individual (the end-user) who accidentally uploads malware or another form of cyber threat to their desktop, laptop or mobile device.

So, how do cyber-security measures protect end users and systems? First, cyber-security relies on cryptographic protocols to encrypt emails, files, and other critical data. This not only protects information in transit, but also guards against loss or theft.

In addition, end-user security software scans computers for pieces of malicious code, quarantines this code, and then removes it from the machine. Security programs can even detect and remove malicious code hidden in Master Boot Record (MBR) and are designed to encrypt or wipe data from computer’s hard drive.

Electronic security protocols also focus on real-time malware detection. Many use heuristic and behavioral analysis to monitor the behavior of a program and its code to defend against viruses or Trojans that change their shape with each execution (polymorphic and metamorphic malware). Security programs can confine potentially malicious programs to a virtual bubble separate from a user’s network to analyze their behavior and learn how to better detect new infections.

Security programs continue to evolve new defenses as cyber-security professionals identify new threats and new ways to combat them. To make the most of end-user security software, employees need to be educated about how to use it. Crucially, keeping it running and updating it frequently ensures that it can protect users against the latest cyber threats.

Cyber safety tips – protect yourself against cyber attacks

How can businesses and individuals guard against cyber threats? Here are our top cyber safety tips:

  1. Update your software and operating system: This means you benefit from the latest security patches.
  2. Use anti-virus software: Security solutions will detect and removes threats. Keep your software updated for the best level of protection.
  3. Use strong passwords: Ensure your passwords are not easily guessable.
  4. Do not open email attachments from unknown senders: These could be infected with malware.
  5. Do not click on links in emails from unknown senders or unfamiliar websites:This is a common way that malware is spread.
  6. Avoid using unsecure WiFi networks in public places: Unsecure networks leave you vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks.

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Firewall Training in India

Firewall Training in India

 Best Firewall Training, Workshops, for Palo Alto, checkpoint (CCSA | CCSE ), CCNA Course, Cisco, BIG IP/F5, Juniper(JNCIA | JNCIS | JNCIP), Fortinet’s Fortigate Firewalls, Cisco Fire Power Firewalls, Sonicwall Firewalls, Barracuda Firewalls, H3C Firewalls, Check Point Firewalls, Paloalto Firewalls, Cyberoam Shohos Firewalls, Juniper Firewalls, Forcepoint Firewalls, Huawei Firewalls, Watchguard Firewalls, Hilstone Firewalls, Firewall Training Institute in Delhi NCR India

 Best Firewall Training & Workshops for Palo Alto, checkpoint (CCSA | CCSE ), CCNA Course, Cisco, BIG IP/F5, Juniper(JNCIA | JNCIS | JNCIP), Fortinet’s Fortigate Firewalls, Cisco Fire Power Firewalls, Sonicwall Firewalls, Barracuda Firewalls, H3C Firewalls, Check Point Firewalls, Paloalto Firewalls, Cyberoam Shohos Firewalls, Juniper Firewalls, Forcepoint Firewalls, Huawei Firewalls, Watchguard Firewalls, Hilstone Firewalls Firewall Training Institute in Delhi NCR India

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Fortinet Network Security Expert Program (NSE)

The Fortinet Network Security Expert (NSE) Program

The Fortinet Network Security Expert (NSE) is an eight-level certification program designed for technical professionals interested in independent validation of their network security skills and experience. The program includes a wide range of self-paced and instructor-led courses, as well as practical, experiential exercises that demonstrate mastery of complex network security concepts.

To earn certification at each of the levels, you must pass a series of quizzes or exams. For NSE 1-3, the quizzes are incorporated into the self-paced learning packages hosted in the NSE Institute portal. A third-party vendor, Pearson VUE, proctors the exams for NSE 4-8. You can register for these exams online. To become NSE 8 certified, you must pass the written exam hosted by Pearson VUE, plus a practical exam hosted by Fortinet.

All NSE certification levels are valid for 2 years.

Benefits of Completing the NSE Program

NSE certification will help you to:

  • Be recognized in the industry among an elite group of security professionals.
  • Validate your network security skills and experience.
  • Demonstrate value to current and future employers.
  • Leverage Fortinet’s full range of network security products, consolidate solutions, and reduce risks.
  • As a partner, accelerate sales and offer new services.
NSE Program Overview

Successful completion of the NSE Program involves meeting the following objectives for each level. Click on a level course name to get more information about how to certify at that level or the course description.

Level
Objective
Certification
Courses
Develop a foundational understanding of the Threat Landscape and perspectives from key executive roles.  Also learn how individuals can be safer on the Internet with Personal Security Awareness.
Complete the NSE 1 course.
The Threat Landscape
Discover the types of security products that have been developed to address the threat landscape discussed in NSE 1.
Complete the NSE 2 course.
The Evolution of Cybersecurity
Develop the skills to describe how the features of key Fortinet products solve customer problems.
Complete any four NSE 3 courses.
Fortinet Core Products*
Develop the knowledge to manage the day-to-day configuration, monitoring, and operation of FortiGate devices to support corporate network security policies.
Passing the NSE 4 exam at a PearsonVUE testing center.
FortiGate Security
FortiGate Infrastructure
Develop a detailed understanding of how to implement network security management and analytics.
Passing any two NSE 5 exams at a PearsonVUE testing center.
FortiAnalyzer
FortiManager
FortiSIEM
FortiInsight (formerly Zonefox)
FortiClient EMS
Develop an understanding of the fabric products that augment FortiGate to provide deeper and more comprehensive network security.
Passing any four NSE 6 exams at a PearsonVUE testing center.
FortiADC       FortiAuthenticator
FortiDDoS     FortiMail
FortiNAC       FortiWiFi
FortiWeb       FortiWLC
Develop the knowledge to integrate Fortinet products to deploy and administrate network security solutions.
Passing any NSE 7 exam at a PearsonVUE testing center.
Advanced Threat Protection
Enterprise Firewall
Secure Access
Public Cloud Security
Demonstrate the ability to design, configure, install, and troubleshoot a comprehensive network security solution in a live environment.
Passing both, the NSE 8 written exam at a PearsonVUE testing center and then, the NSE 8 practical exam at Fortinet.
 No preparation course

Sophos Firewall Training for IT Admins

For IT Admin who are using Sophos Firewall, want to make sure you get the best from your investment. Our Sophos Administrator courses are designed to do just that. We are a Sophos Partner and we can help you to buy a course and you’ll be on the way to sharpening your product know-how while simplifying your job as an administrator. On completion, you’ll understand key product capabilities and how they protect your organization. Available courses include Endpoint, UTM Training, XG Firewall, and SafeGuard and cover how to:

  • Manage security events
  • Backup and restore the system
  • Complete common day-to-day tasks
  • View, manage, and interpret logs and reports
  • Perform basic troubleshooting

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CCNSP is the certification for security professionals from Cyberoam firewall. The only Identity-based security certification available globally the course prepares individuals to recognize insider threats and user-targeted external threats while giving them expertise in networking and security fundamentals in addition to the deployment and configuration of Cyberoam identity-based UTM. The course is comprehensive, yet easy to follow, with real world scenarios, delivering practical value to aspiring security professionals.

Prerequisites:
While the course does not have any pre-requisites, security professionals interested in enrolling need to be familiar with networking concepts, including network topologies, networking infrastructure and application protocols:

Operational OS knowledge
Basics of Networking
Knowledge of Protocols
HTTP, HTTPS, IMAP, POP3, SMTP
TCP/IP Protocol Suite
Network Security Fundamentals
Operational Familiarity with Featured Modules
Firewall, VPN, IPS, Anti-virus, Anti-spam, Content Filtering, Bandwidth Management, Multiple Link Management, Reporting

Who Should Attend:
CCNSP has been designed for technical professionals providing support or performing deployment and administration of Cyberoam solutions, including System, Network, and Security Administrators.

CCNSP training is divided into the following modules –

Module 1: Cyberoam Product Overview
• Cyberoam UTM overview
• Cyberoam Central Console Overview
• Cyberoam on-cloud management overview
• Cyberoam iView Overview
Module 2: Deploying Cyberoam
• Prerequisites for deployment
• Network Diagrams & Scenarios
• Deployment Scenarios (Transparent/Gateway/Mixed) Mode
• Failure of Security Device & it’s Consequences
• Proxy Scenarios
• Managing connectivity with multiple ISP’s
• Manage 3G and Wi-Max connections
• Labs
Module 3: Firewall
• What is a Firewall?
• Types of Firewall
• How to Control Access
• Identifying Each Machine on the network
• Managing the Firewall
• NAT
• DoS (Denial of Service)
• Fusion Technology based Unified Control
• Firewall – as a single solution to identity, security, connectivity, productivity, and logging Labs
Module 4: User Authentication
• What is Authentication?
• Requirement to Authenticate
• How can Authentication be done?
• Types of Authentication (Single Sign On, Local, and External)
• Group Authentication
• Traffic Discovery
• Authenticating from Servers (AD, LDAP, or RADIUS)
• Labs
Module 5: Web Filter
• Need for Web Filtering
• Web 2.0 Filtering
• Filtering with Keywords
• Filtering with URL
• Filtering by Categories
• Filtering Web Traffic
• Labs
Module 6: Application Firewall
• Evolution of Application Firewall
• File Filtering
• Application & P2P Filtering
• Instant Messaging Filters
• Custom Filters
• Compliance based filtering
• Labs
Module 7: Network Threat Protection
• Functioning of Anti-Virus & Anti-Spam
• Basics of Virus, Spyware, Malware, Phising, and Pharming.
• Web/Mail/FTP Anti-Virus
• Gateway level Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam
• Instant Messaging Anti-Virus
• Virus Outbreak Detection
• Recurrent Pattern Detection
• RBL (Realtime Black List), IP Reputation
• Understanding of Intrusion
• Signature based detection
• Statistical anomaly based detection
• Stateful protocol analysis detection
• Network Based IPS (NIPS) & Wireless Based IPS (WIPS)
• Network Behaviour Analysis (NBA)
• Host Based IPS (HIPS)
• WAF
• Labs
Module 8: VPN
• What is VPN?
• Why use VPN?
• Advantages of VPN
• Types of VPN based on protocols
• Types of VPN Based on Tunnels
• Need of firewall in VPN
• Threat Free Tunneling
• VPN Bandwidth Management
• VPN Failover
• Identity based authentication in VPN
• Labs
Module 9: QoS
• What is QoS?
• Why QoS?
• Traffic Queuing
• Traffic Prioritisation
• Bandwidth Allocation
• Scheduling, and sharing bandwidth
• Guaranteed bandwidth
• QoS implementation on user, group, firewall, application, web category.
• Labs
Module 10: Network High Availability
• High Availability, LAN Failsafe?
• Clustering of devices
• What is link load balancing?
• Why undertake balancing?
• Link fails scenario
• Why failover?
• Multilink Manager
• Load balancing
• Active – Active load balancing and gateway fail over
• Active – Passive configuration and gateway fail over
• MPLS failover to VPN
• Automatic ISP failover detection
• Labs
Module 11: General Administration
• Setup Logging
• DNS Management
• DHCP Management
• Upgrading Device Firmware
• Backing Up
• Restoring
• Diagnostic Tools
• Troubleshooting Tools

• Labs to provide hands on to deal with maintenance

Module 12: Logging & Reporting
• Cyberoam iView Introduction
• Types of Reports
• Data Management
• Report Management
• Compliance reports
• Searching within reports
• Identity based reporting
Currently Firewall Training & Workshops done only Sundays 10am to 4pm
Firewall Training & Workshops Course duration is 3 months
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Software Firewall

Software Firewall

Software Firewalls

Software Firewalls

A software firewall is running directly on a computer, in a position to know a lot more about network traffic than simply what port its using and where it’s going. It will also know what program is trying to access the Internet and whether it’s legit or malicious by consulting a regularly updated database.

Based on this info, a software firewall can either allow or block a program’s ability to send and receive data. If the firewall isn’t positive about the character of the program, the user is prompted to provide confirmation before the traffic is allowed to pass.

The main drawback to software firewalls is that they solely defend the machine they are put in on, thus to safeguard multiple computers with a software firewall you need to shop for multiple copies (or licenses) and install and configure them individually on each machine. This can get expensive and be difficult to manage, though many business-oriented firewall programs do offer centralized installation and administration.

For individual home users, the most popular firewall choice is a software firewall. Software firewalls are installed on your pc (like any software) and you can customize it; permitting you some management over its function and protection options. In Linux, IPTables and Firewalld are usually used as a software firewall. The firewall built-in to Windows doesn’t automatically block outgoing traffic by default only incoming. It’s one of the reasons to think about a third-party firewall since they often handle both out of the box.

Software firewalls are installed on individual computers on a network. Unlike hardware firewalls, software firewalls can easily distinguish between programs on a computer. This lets them allow data to one program while blocking another. Software firewalls can also filter outgoing data, as well as remote responses to outgoing requests. The major downside to software firewalls for a business is their upkeep: they require installation, updating and administration on each individual computer.

IT Monteur a Firewall Security Provider Company in Delhi India, provides software firewall and hardware firewall to protect your data from any malicious attacks and unexpected crises.

Our firewall security solutions Key features:

  • Standard firewall capabilities: Packet filtering, network address translation (NAT), stateful protocol inspection, Virtual Private Networking
  • Integrated Network Intrusion Prevention (IPS)
  • Application Awareness and Control
  • Additional Intelligence: Directory integration to tie security policies to users and groups; cloud-based reputation services to stop traffic from dangerous sources
  • Real-time and historical visibility into user, network, and security activity

We are also providing UTM ( Unified threat management ) Firewall Solutions for SMB & Enterprices

Please Contact us for all type of Software Firewalls, Windows Firewall, Personal Firewall, Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall security solutions. We provide support for setup of Virtual Private Network ( VPN ), Branch Office VPN and VPN Management Services.

 

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WatchGuard Firewall Support Services Provider in India

WatchGuard Firewall Support

WatchGuard Firewall Support

WatchGuard Firewall Support

WatchGuard Firewall Support

WatchGuard Firewall Support

WatchGuard Firewall Support

WatchGuard Firewall Support

WatchGuard is an advanced technology-based firewall that offers an exceptional level of security to your system. In the event, if a WatchGuard firewall user faces any issue, they can share their queries at WatchGuard firewall support services. Here, are the professionals round the clock available for the customers to troubleshoot their technical issues. The sole purpose of the tech support services to resolve customer issues and guide them in a better way. Whether you are facing issue in installing, updating or uninstalling firewall, without thinking much, get in touch with us. We have a team of talented and skilled tech geeks whose aim to troubleshoot the users’ issues and improvise their experience. Whatever issue you are facing with firewall right now, don’t hesitate, share your queries with our team. As soon as we get your queries details, we will work on it and resolve your issues in no less time.

Welcome to our 24X7 and 365 days available WatchGuard Firewall Support Services

Our firm is widely appreciated as one of the prominent WatchGuard firewall support service providers. Since we launched our tech support service, we have been resolving the technical issues of the customers in a better way so that the errors will not occur again. The major objective of our tech support services to resolve any kind of issue that our customers are facing with WatchGuard Firewall.

Call to action:

Are you looking for the renowned and reputed WatchGuard firewall support service providers? If yes, then your search ends here. We have been troubleshooting the technical glitches of the firewall for many years and ready to accept your query and resolve it in no less time. Our certified professionals, we provide you instant, fast and reliable technical solutions to our valuable clients.

 

 

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20 TOP MOST PROBLEMS IN FIREWALLS WHICH IMPACT BUSINESS

  1.  Failing to save the CONFIGURATION: 90% of the times we don’t save the configuration which gives the problem when we reboot the Firewall or Router.
  2. Configuration done by the Engg is not meeting the company policy
  3. Rules are not used still there in the ACL
  4. Duplicate Rules no documentation of the rules.
  5. Firewall connection exceeds as not taken in account eh VPN or SSL connections while making a DECISIONS or the Firewall is OLD
  6. Memory full issue there is bug in the rules or the configuration making firewall slow or reboots automatically.
  7. Firewall OS is older and new OS is not supported.
  8. Unwanted application are taking lot of bandwidth like video youtube etc. then bring down the productivity of the organisation.
  9. Link problem. The like is not stable and goes down or flaps too much.
  10.  NO QOS done for the rules and on the application.
  11. OSPF or BGP not configured properly.
  12. Poor VOIP quality which may be due to link flap or too much bandwidth taken by other applications
  13. Duplexing not done properly.
  14. Passwords are simple or easy to decode authentication is not upto the mark
  15. MS-SQL is open from the outside for the applications via server with just application authentication.
  16. Anti-spoofing not configured on the interfaces
  17. No logging is done for the system changes.
  18.  Any TCP or UDP packet can go out.
  19. Proxy services are not stopped
  20. Certification not configured on the firewall to have the ultimate Security.

The Last one is important and no one configures firewall for that (certification)

Every one is thinking that firewall is now matured and nothing is need more.

But after ransomware things have changed.

Affordable Managed Firewall Service with 24×7 Firewall Monitoring

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Take advantage of our group of dedicated Firewall professionals to manage, monitor and respond to network attacks.
System Management – Allows you to focus on other tasks.
Proactive Security Monitoring – We watch and respond to Internet attacks so you don’t have to.
Network Monitoring – We monitor the firewall to ensure your network stays connected to the Internet.
Change Management Reporting – You will always know what is going on and what we did to fix it.
Customized to Your Needs – You control the level of service that is right for you.

» Best practice configuration
» Unlimited phone support
» Constant access to Web-based monitoring & reporting
» No charge equipment repair or replacement
» Remote firmware updates
» Quick configuration changes
» Outage notice by e-mail
» After hours emergency response from our certified team
» No contract or extended customer commitment!
» This service is provided on a month-to-month basis.

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SonicWall Firewall Support

SonicWall Soho Firewall Support

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SonicWall NSa 2650-6650 Firewall Support

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Sonicwall Highend Firewall & HA Support

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SonicWall Firewall Support


Are you using Sonicwall firewall and facing some issues regarding it? If yes, then you have reached the right place. We are one of the prominent SonicWall firewall support service providers, who always readily available to resolve the technical issues that you are facing right now. The sole purpose of our support service to enhance the users’ experience by troubleshooting the technical glitches in no less time. We have a team of talented professionals who are round the clock available to sort the issue and leave you with a smile. Whether you are facing configuration mistake error, network firewall software isn’t managed or DDOS attack, without thinking much feel free to contact us via email or phone number. When you call us, all you need is to do, share your queries with our professionals. As soon as we receive your query, we will work on it and come back to you with comprehensive solutions. We understand your queries and 24X7, 365 days available for you to resolve those queries within expected time.

Get in touch with us via email or call:

Our leading SonicWall firewall support service is designed to quickly identify the issues of the clients and improvise their experience. We only hire experienced and skilled technicians who can solve any firewall issues and achieve 100% of clients’ satisfaction. So, if you are seeking for the prominent and reputed tech support service providers, get in touch with us. Our Sonicwall firewall support team can effectively handle all the minor and major technical issues you are facing right now. We assure our clients that supreme quality services are offered from our end. Moreover, we assure our clients to render the best ever services in the least possible time. Considering the requirements of the clients, we deliver your solutions that resolve their issue effortlessly.

 

Managed Firewall Support Services, Firewall Support Service

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20 TOP MOST PROBLEMS IN FIREWALLS WHICH IMPACT BUSINESS

  1.  Failing to save the CONFIGURATION: 90% of the times we don’t save the configuration which gives the problem when we reboot the Firewall or Router.
  2. Configuration done by the Engg is not meeting the company policy
  3. Rules are not used still there in the ACL
  4. Duplicate Rules no documentation of the rules.
  5. Firewall connection exceeds as not taken in account eh VPN or SSL connections while making a DECISIONS or the Firewall is OLD
  6. Memory full issue there is bug in the rules or the configuration making firewall slow or reboots automatically.
  7. Firewall OS is older and new OS is not supported.
  8. Unwanted application are taking lot of bandwidth like video youtube etc. then bring down the productivity of the organisation.
  9. Link problem. The like is not stable and goes down or flaps too much.
  10.  NO QOS done for the rules and on the application.
  11. OSPF or BGP not configured properly.
  12. Poor VOIP quality which may be due to link flap or too much bandwidth taken by other applications
  13. Duplexing not done properly.
  14. Passwords are simple or easy to decode authentication is not upto the mark
  15. MS-SQL is open from the outside for the applications via server with just application authentication.
  16. Anti-spoofing not configured on the interfaces
  17. No logging is done for the system changes.
  18.  Any TCP or UDP packet can go out.
  19. Proxy services are not stopped
  20. Certification not configured on the firewall to have the ultimate Security.

The Last one is important and no one configures firewall for that (certification)

Every one is thinking that firewall is now matured and nothing is need more.

But after ransomware things have changed.

Affordable Managed Firewall Service with 24×7 Firewall Monitoring

24x7 Firewall Monitoring Services in India

24×7 Firewall Monitoring Services in India

Take advantage of our group of dedicated Firewall professionals to manage, monitor and respond to network attacks.
System Management – Allows you to focus on other tasks.
Proactive Security Monitoring – We watch and respond to Internet attacks so you don’t have to.
Network Monitoring – We monitor the firewall to ensure your network stays connected to the Internet.
Change Management Reporting – You will always know what is going on and what we did to fix it.
Customized to Your Needs – You control the level of service that is right for you.

» Best practice configuration
» Unlimited phone support
» Constant access to Web-based monitoring & reporting
» No charge equipment repair or replacement
» Remote firmware updates
» Quick configuration changes
» Outage notice by e-mail
» After hours emergency response from our certified team
» No contract or extended customer commitment!
» This service is provided on a month-to-month basis.

Order Now just $100 per month for more details,

Managed Firewall Support Services, Firewall Support Service, Firewall support Services Provider in India

Managed Firewall Support Services, Firewall Support Service, Firewall support Services Provider in India

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