Network Security

Cybersecurity countermeasures implemented in networks and network devices provide one of the most cost-effective risk management approaches for preventing, detecting and containing incidents.

Network security systems: the best ways to reduce threats

Today, the complexity of our IT systems is a major obstacle to effective cybersecurity defense. Digital attacks come from both external networks and internal systems, and target endpoints such as laptops, servers, mobile phones, and enterprise IoT devices. Often, these attacks aim to inflict as much damage as possible by spreading far and wide.

All attacks have one thing in common – they cross our computer networks. This makes networks one of the best battlegrounds to stop, contain, or detect attacks. By using the power and ubiquity of a network, network security controls can often reduce the risk of these threats in the most cost-effective manner compared to endpoint security solutions.

Why choose Conscia Network Security Solutions?

By using our network security solutions, you gain the following benefits:

  • Broad and cost-effective protection: Using our rich catalog of network security services, we can control risks using relatively simple and scalable solutions.
  • Low implementation risk: Based on our heritage of network engineering, our solutions can integrate with a wide variety of existing network environments and requirements.
  • High security assurance: By designing protection as a system, we provide multi-layered, and therefore high-assurance solutions with combined endpoint, network, and application controls.

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Solution Description

A multi-layered approach of network and endpoint security 
At Conscia, we believe the best technological prevention and detection of threats can only be achieved through a multi-layered approach of network and endpoint/application security. When working together, these core layers synthesise to eliminate blind-spots, provide in-depth defense and overall give you a high-assurance protection system.

To do this, we design, implement, and operate the following classes of network security solutions:

  • Network infrastructure hardening and security baselines with our solutions for network device and network process security
  • Network separation and isolation solutions for small (microsegmentation) or large-scale (MPLS/VPN and similar) network segmentation functionality
  • Network access control / firewall / IPS / WAF solutions for controlled connectivity and data flow between networks with different levels of trust and sensitivity, such as towards the Internet, or internally within your data-centers
  • Network edge security solutions for authenticated network access, network admission control, and controlled BYOD functionality
  • Network incident detection for fast detection of suspicious activity, using anomaly detection and honeypots, and enable efficient local or managed incident response
  • Content security and advanced network malware protection controls to address the threat of known and unknown (day-zero) malicious content that can be transported inside network sessions (such as messaging applications, and web activity), before they affect target endpoints
  • Transmission security solutions to securely transport sensitive data over wired and wireless LAN, MAN and WAN networks
  • Secure remote access and mobility solutions to increase your productivity by securely integrating your mobile workforce using remote access and MDM/MAM/MCM solutions
  • Security management solutions that provide scalable policy provisioning, network security event and information management (SIEM), and business-level management of firewalls to ensure the tightest of policies
To provide solutions that best fit specific customer environments, we integrate solutions from Cisco Systems, VMware, Palo Alto Networks, Check Point Software, Fidelis Security, AlgoSec, MobileIron, and Extrahop Networks.

Our cybersecurity solutions

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