Small Business Network and IT Security Products
Detect security threats earlier, act on them faster, and gain more insights.2018 SMB Security Report
Most next-generation firewalls (NGFW) reduce risk by providing access control over applications. But they don’t go far enough to eliminate threats. Small and midsize businesses need to demand more from their firewall. See these tips when choosing a NGFW.
Your firewall is the most important tool in your threat protection toolbox.
You want a solution that is highly reliable, as firewall downtime could be catastrophic for a small business.
Look for a firewall that offers visibility and automation for increased protection.
Verify the identity of all users with Duo's easy, one-tap-approval 2FA.
Gain visibility into all devices managed and unmanaged to ensure they meet your security standards, before granting them access.
Enforce access security policies based on user, device, and application risk.
Verify the identity of your users with two-factor authentication and the health of their devices before they connect to your apps via secure single sign-on (SSO).
See and detect threats across the distributed network, from the office to the public cloud.
Deploys in minutes without hardware or software. The analytics work out of the box.
Continuously monitor and improve response times with automatic, high-fidelity alerts.
Secure your environment without installing software or hardware. Stealthwatch Cloud is a SaaS-based, efficient way to gain visibility and threat detection.
In today’s hostile security environment, the best malware protection should prevent, detect, and respond to security threats seamlessly.
It's critical that you have deep visibility into executable and file activity on your network.
Your solution should offer continuous monitoring and analysis to catch and remediate threats.
How do Cisco next-generation firewalls compare to those of three other vendors? NSS Labs examined network security features and operational capabilities.
Cloud-based security solutions can block threats before a connection is ever established--a significant advantage.
Your solution should use DNS to stop threats over all ports and protocols, including direct-to-IP connections.
Cisco Umbrella's Intelligent Proxy routes requests to risky domains for deeper URL inspection.