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Elyzium Digital is a leading firm in the business of information security providing cyber security program strategy, enterprise risk and compliance, and data privacy. Each member of our team has a decade or more of experience delivering high-value to each customer engagement. Our consulting engagements range from risk assessments and privacy program requirements to complete security program management.

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Firewall

    When it comes to prevent unauthorized access of third party in a private network, firewalls are used. These are the network security systems (hardware/ software -based) that monitors & controls the traffic flow between the Internet and private network on the basis of a set of user-defined rules. Firewalls shelters the computer network of an organization against unauthorized incoming or outgoing access and renders the best network security.
    There are three basic types of firewalls that are used by companies to protect their data & devices to keep destructive elements out of network, viz. Packet Filters, Stateful Inspection and Proxy Server Firewalls. Let us give you a brief introduction about each of these.

  • Packet Filters
  • Stateful Inspection
  • Proxy Server Firewalls

Content Filter

    Content filtering is the use of a program to screen and/or exclude access to web pages or email deemed objectionable. Content filtering is used by corporations as part of their firewalls, and also by home computer owners. Content filtering works by specifying content patterns – such as text strings or objects within images – that, if matched, indicate undesirable content that is to be screened out. A content filter will then block access to this content.
    Content filters are often part of Internet firewalls, but can be implemented as either hardware or software. In such usage, content filtering is serving a security purpose – but content filtering is also used to implement company policies related to information system usage.

    The most common channels include:
  • Web
  • Email
  • Executables

Unified Threat Management

    Unified threat management (UTM) is an approach to information security where a single hardware or software installation provides multiple security functions. This contrasts with the traditional method of having point solutions for each security function.UTM simplifies information-security management by providing a single management and reporting point for the security administrator rather than managing multiple products from different vendors.A UTM appliance will usually include functions such as: antivirus, anti-spyware, anti-spam, network firewalling, intrusion detection and prevention, content filtering and leak prevention.

    Features:
  • Network firewall
  • Intrusion detection
  • Intrusion prevention
  • Gateway anti-virus

Intrusion Prevention System

    Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) is a network security/threat prevention technology that examines network traffic flows to detect and prevent.

    The IPS often sits directly behind the firewall and provides a complementary layer of analysis that negatively selects for dangerous content. Unlike its predecessor the Intrusion Detection System (IDS)— which is a passive system that scans traffic and reports back on threats—the IPS is placed inline,actively analyzing and taking automated. actions on all traffic flows that enter the network. Specifically, these actions include:
  • Sending an alarm to the administrator
  • Dropping the malicious packets
  • Blocking traffic from the source address
  • Resetting the connection

Data Leak Protection

    Data leak prevention (DLP) is a suite of technologies aimed at stemming the loss of sensitive information that occurs in enterprises across the globe. By focusing on the location, classification and monitoring of information at rest, in use and in motion, this solution can go far in helping an enterprise get a handle on what information it has, and in stopping the numerous leaks of information that occur each day. DLP is not a plug-and-play solution.

    The successful implementation of this technology requires significant preparation and diligent ongoing maintenance,Data leakage threats usually occur via the web and email, but can also occur via mobile data storage devices such as optical media, USB keys, and laptops.Secure mobile workforce and enforce security in Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environments.