Next generation firewall
Cisco ASA Next-Generation Firewall Services include security software customers can add to the Cisco ASA family of stateful inspection firewalls. These services allow customers to streamline security operations, and gain comprehensive visibility and control with threat protection across the full attack continuum.
Cisco ASA Next-Generation Firewall Services add new capabilities, including Application Visibility and Control (AVC), Intrusion Prevention (IPS), and Web Security Essentials (WSE), to the ASA 5500-X Series. You can easily scale and manage these next-generation services with the Cisco Prime Security Manager, a centralized management application.
Web & Mail Gateway
Email Security offers high availability email protection against the constant, dynamic, rapidly changing threats affecting email today.
Web security solutions provide multiple deployment options and integrate easily into your Cisco data center, network, or branch office.
Network Intrusion Prevention System
Next-Generation IPS sets a new standard for advanced threat protection integrating real-time contextual awareness, full-stack visibility and intelligent security automation to deliver industry-leading security effectiveness, performance and low total cost of ownership. Passive intrusion detection (IDS) mode notifies of suspicious network traffic and behavior while inline IPS mode blocks threats.
Web Application Firewall
Web Application Firewall stops web attacks and prevents costly data breaches and downtime.
The SecureSphere Web Application Firewall stops web attacks and prevents costly data breaches and downtime. Combining multiple defenses, SecureSphere accurately pinpoints and blocks attacks without blocking your customers. It offers drop-in deployment and automated management. Certified by ICSA Labs, SecureSphere satisfies PCI 6.6 compliance and provides ironclad protection against the OWASP Top Ten.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are more devastating than ever. The new normal for DDoS attacks, according to security researchers, is 200-400 Gbps of traffic — hundreds of times the bandwidth of typical web sites.