Perimeter Security

Within the realm of IT, perimeter security entails the protection of a company's network boundaries from hackers, intruders, and any unauthorized individuals. This strategy encompasses activities such as surveillance, pattern analysis, threat identification, and the effective mitigation of these threats. Essentially, every private network has a protective perimeter encompassing it.

Next-generation firewalls

Next-generation firewalls employ deep packet inspection to discern and manage applications, irrespective of the IP port through which the application operates. In contrast to the typical security policy of a network firewall situated at an organization's perimeter, which typically restricts inbound connections and permits outbound connections.


Intrusion prevention system

An intrusion prevention system is a component of computer security that furnishes policies and regulations for network traffic, in addition to an intrusion detection system designed to notify system or network administrators of potentially suspicious or unauthorized network traffic.


Content-filtering proxy

A content-filtering proxy refers to a proxy server, which serves as an intermediary between two computers. It is equipped to filter the content it transmits, restricting access to undesirable, prohibited, or potentially harmful content. Educational institutions and workplaces often employ content-filtering proxies to regulate and monitor the online content that users can access while within their premises.


Email security

Email security encompasses a set of methods and technologies aimed at safeguarding email accounts, their contents, and communications from unauthorized access, loss, or compromise. Email is a common vector for the dissemination of malware, spam, and phishing attacks.



An SSL VPN, which stands for Secure Sockets Layer Virtual Private Network, is a virtual private network (VPN) that utilizes the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to establish a secure and encrypted connection over a less-secure network, such as the Internet.



A Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack is a form of cyberattack where the attacker aims to render a machine or network resource inaccessible to its intended users by temporarily or permanently disrupting the services of a host connected to a network.


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