Resiliency and security are the top concerns for every business, large and small. A day does not go by without another example of why companies must be proactive in upgrading, testing and reinforcing their security infrastructure and incidence avoidance and response activities. According to Small Business Trends, 43 percent of cyber-attacks target small business, and 60 percent of small companies go out of business within six months of being attacked. Enough said. Security is a must, and any network infrastructure changes you make must have security features, capabilities and a track record of success. Ecessa SD-WAN provides multiple layers of security to enhance and improve your existing security strategy.
Security with SD-WAN
Ecessa SD-WAN delivers resiliency and advanced security, while being easy to deploy. Ecessa can be your primary firewall, add a layer of security to your existing network, or simply play nicely with what you already have in place – every Ecessa product comes with a Layer 7 Next Generation Firewall so that you can decide what is best for your business. You have flexibility.
Ecessa firewall features include:
- Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDS/IPS)
- Selectable threat classes (Malware, Ransomware, DDoS)
- Threat package updates (automatic and configurable)
- Website filtering
- Custom rules engine
- Customizable inbound and outbound rules
- Quality of Service (QoS) engine
- Access Control List (ACL) with change logs
- Full read/write control of all rules and policies
- Full reporting, logging and alerting
Encryption with SD-WAN
Ecessa SD-WAN also provides industry standard encryption engines that you know and rely on today, such as 128- and 256-bit IPsec or SSL VPNs. Ecessa can interoperate with your existing infrastructure; we are able to natively create and manage VPNs for your remote locations or users regardless of the connection type or provider. Ecessa also offers the ability to selectively encrypt your SD-WAN tunnels, providing more tools for you to customize the solution to meet the unique needs of your business. This flexibility helps secure public broadband connections and augment your existing network security with as little disruption as possible.