Cyber security Solutions

Deploying a secure digital perimeter that surrounds the user, device and entire network

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Cybersecurity Solutions:

Sonicwall Firewalls

SonicWall firewalls are robust network security appliances designed to protect organizations against a wide range of cyber threats. Known for their advanced threat detection and prevention capabilities, SonicWall firewalls employ deep packet inspection, intrusion prevention, and real-time traffic analysis to safeguard networks from malicious activity. These firewalls offer comprehensive security features, including application control, content filtering, and virtual private network (VPN) functionality, enabling organizations to establish secure connections and control access to sensitive resources. With intuitive management interfaces and scalable deployment options, SonicWall firewalls provide businesses of all sizes with reliable protection and peace of mind in today's constantly evolving threat landscape.


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You wouldn’t leave your business front door wide open at night, would you? So why continue leaving your network exposed. 

 An unsecured network is an open invitation to hackers, malware and other malicious threats to start harvesting sensitive data. 

 Most people believe that only big entities like banks and such are at risk, this myth couldn’t be more far from the true. Most hacks are based on sweeping and indiscriminate probes of all computers connected to the internet, every computer is a target. 



Yes your humble computer is valuable to hackers, they can simply add a key logger to secretly monitor, track and record all your keystrokes on your keyboard to deliberately steal confidential information, sending it to devious criminals via the internet.


Or they can malware-infect your machine and use it as a “zombie computer” to take part in hacking campaigns against other networks to deliver a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), or a large-scale spam campaign to send out thousands of emails containing viruses and other malware, or just simply to spread illicit materials. All these processes can be taking place in the background without you even knowing.

 Cyber-attacks has surged the internet in recent years, this threats are only becoming more commonplace and more sophisticated nowadays. The business sector is being targeted for sensitive data and trade secrets that are highly lucrative in the black markets. Private Citizens are under attack by unscrupulous cyber-criminals for identity theft, stealing personal information that is commonly used in illicit activities. Including both, private and public sector infrastructures are being targeted with social-engineering tricks to learn login credentials such account numbers, user names and password, primarily used in online banking. And believe it or not, this may come shocking to some of you, there are businesses trying to dominate and monopolize the marketplace, using the service of underground markets to hack competitors’ network infrastructure to either steal sensitive data or disrupt businesses’ proce sses, specially online operations. The collective impact couldn’t be more staggering and disturbing

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Network Security Solutions:

Unified Threat Management (UTM)

The good news, these network intrusion cases are part of our paramount priorities, we are combating these insidious threats, by using advance and modern technology security methods to better protect your entire network infrastructure. We implement tools like a Unified Threat Management (UTM) device, an all-encompassing hardware appliance, that provides comprehensive protection for your network structure from security threats

in a simplified way by combining and integrating multiple security technologies services and features, including: Antispam, Firewall, Virtual Private Network, Content Filtering, Antivirus, Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) of TLS, SSL and SSH traffic. These UTM devices are cost effective, reducing complexity and time necessary to configure, deploy and maintain.


Simple & Powerful

By combining features such as firewall, intrusion prevention, antivirus, and content filtering, SonicWall UTM provides robust protection against a wide range of cyber threats.


All network traffic is inspected, analyzed and brought into compliance with firewall access policies.


Extends a private network across a public network, is used primarily for the purpose or remote access and protecting confidential data.

Gateway Antivirus

Deploys an innovative multi-layered anti-virus that scans all inbound, outbound and intra-zone traffic for viruses, Trojans, key loggers and other malware in files.

Intrusion Prevention Service

Intrusion Prevention integrates a high-performance Deep Packet Inspection architecture and dynamically updated signature database to deliver complete network protection from application exploits, worms and malicious traffic.

Spam Filters

delivers advanced protection at the gateway. Stops spam before it enters your network and ensure that only legitimate emails reach your email server.

Deep Packet Inspection

Delivers deep protection against encrypted threats. Inspection technology that scans a broad array of encryption protocols including HTTPS, SMTPS, NNTPS, LDAPS, FTPS, Telnets, IMAPS, IRCS, and POPS.

SonicWall UTM

implementing a comprehensive cybersecurity solution that integrates various security functionalities into a single platform.

Hardware Consolidation

consolidation of essential security functions into a single device. This process optimizes resource utilization, reduces complexity, and often leads to cost savings through decreased maintenance and energy consumption.


ensures efficient allocation of resources, ultimately enhancing overall profitability and sustainability in 

significant cost savings by consolidating your network security management.

Easy Integration

a wide array of security solutions to pick and choose what is most relevant to your organization.


deploy and manage one appliance rather than multiple devices. 

Some Security Measures that You  Can Easily Implement
It’s well known to say “prevention is better than cure” Here are some steps that you can take to help secure your network infrastructure from viruses lurking the internet.


Awareness campaign, educate your employees about the importance of their critical roles in protecting your organization’s data. We can't emphasize this enough, explain them how cyber-criminals use phishing attacks and common social-engineering tricks to learn login credentials.


 Manage the use of privileged accounts – no users should be assigned administrative access unless absolutely necessary, and only use administrator accounts under restricted circumstances.


 Implement software restrictions policies to prevent programs from executing without your permission.

 Patch operating systems, software, and firmware of all your digital devices - Keep them up-to-date. Most security patches and updates are provided free of charge.


 Disable macro scripts from office files transmitted over e-mail.


 Ensure antivirus and anti-malware are up to date with the latest definitions, and conduct regular scans.


 Back up data regularly and verify the integrity of your backups periodically.


Definition of some cyber-attacks:


Botnet: the word Botnet is formed from the words “robot” and “network” cybercriminals use special Trojan viruses to penetrate a computer or an entire network to take control of the infected machine(s) and organize a master of large “zombie network” – or “bot-network” – that is capable of delivering a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) a large-scale spam campaign or other types of cyberattack.

Malware: short for malicious software that is intended to damage or disable computers and computers systems.

Adware: advertising-supported software, is software that automatically displays advertising material (often unwanted) that generates revenues for its developer.

Computer virus: a malicious software program that possesses the capabilities of replicating itself modifying other computer programs and inserting its own code.

Hacking: an unauthorized intrusion into a digital device or network.

Phishing E-mails: deceiving emails appearing to be from a legitimate source, usually asking to provide sensitive information such username, password and credit cards. Most common practice is including a link to navigate to a disguising website posting as trustworthy entity.


Here are some of the ways to recognize phishing emails, take the phishing IQ test powered by Sonicwall: click here

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