At a time when organisations are becoming more dependent on the benefits of digital transformation, the threats to network security are more prevalent and potentially more devastating, as we put more and more processes and applications online. It’s a fertile environment for malicious and criminal activity, and it has never been so important to have the ability to maintain and manage a robust boundary between your network and the outside world.
SECURE ACCESS SERVICE EDGE (SASE)
SASE consolidates networking and security capabilities and functions traditionally delivered in multiple, siloed point solutions into a single, fully integrated cloud service. Daisy’s SASE offering combines cloud security, zero-trust access and SD-WAN to simplify how organisations manage and secure their networks, users, apps, and devices.
Next-Generation Firewall and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) technology provide the first line of defence against external threats to your network. The perimeter is changing, and firewalls are bombarded with ever-changing threats. IPS in particular is a crucial tool in your armoury, monitoring traffic and taking immediate action to stop unwanted visitors getting in. Daisy can provide firewalls either on-premise or built into the core of our network, including SD-WAN deployments. Our management service options include the capability to analyse, sort and resolve issues so that threats can be quickly addressed.
Over the past few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has introduced millions upon millions of devices to the internet and within reach of the cybercriminals. Now, distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, where a network is bombarded with traffic from multiple sources, can be fed by our fridges and our thermostats, to wreak greater devastation. Daisy’s DDP service can help.
Network Access Control
Keeping unauthorised users and devices out of your organisation’s wired and wireless network is essential. Daisy can help you with the most effective network access control to restrict access to only those devices that are approved and compliant with your organisation’s security policies – namely, those that have the required security patches, defences and controls already in place.