In a world where information is becoming increasingly important to businesses and governments, it is vital that foolproof security mechanisms be used to ensure data privacy. Consider a large  brokerage firm or a major bank, each deals with sensitive client transactions – information that travels across networks. If this information is compromised, individuals or companies could be ruined. Government institutions are another sector that deals with highly confidential and economically sensitive information. A breach in security due to disclosure over a network would be devastating. Networks are a vulnerable but necessary component of today’s sophisticated information age. The key to eliminating this vulnerability is to protect information as it travels across the network using encryption techniques. Network security products protect everything that is sent or received over a virtual or physical connection. For businesses and institutions that deal with sensitive information, using encryption to secure information isn’t just a requirement. It’s an absolute necessity.


Endpoint Security and Data Protection protects all your computers and data – without stretching your endpoint budget. Simplified cross-platform security, centralized management, full disk encryption and control of devices, applications and network access control let you simply secure your business and comply with regulations. It enables users to secure files and folders with strong passphrase or digital certificate-based encryption. It also supports digital signatures to ensure data integrity.


Databases are a significant repository of sensitive information in most organizations. Corporate databases contain customers’ credit card data, confidential competitive information, and intellectual property. Lost or stolen data puts organizations at significant risk of reputation and brand damage as well as serious fines. By protecting critical data from both internal and external threats, organizations mitigate the risk of data breaches and comply with regulatory and legislative mandates, including the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

Backing up data to tape is a cost-effective way to preserve valuable information-if the tapes are protected. However, according to the Ponemon Institute, tapes are a primary source of data breaches. Tapes can be lost, stolen, or misplaced, and the use of third-party, offsite storage increases the risk of tapes going missing in transit or storage.

Encryption is an effective way to protect the information on tapes-and your company's reputation. People who find or steal your tapes cannot access the data on them. Because your data remains secure, you will likely not have to notify affected individuals of a breach.


Enterprise networks face unprecedented exposure at the gateway. As the quantity of new threats continues to increase, so does the speed at which they spread. Blended threats and innovative methods of propagation increase the potential vulnerability to spam, viruses, spyware, and phishing. Managing the gateway is becoming increasingly complex in order to meet rising end-user expectations of availability and “cleanliness”, while maintaining productivity. Failure to protect the perimeter, enforce messaging and browsing policies, and meet regulatory compliance puts networks at risk – exposing organizations to loss of confidential information, higher costs, and legal liability.


Being in the payment card industry, you face the challenges of increasing transaction volumes, handling new technologies such as smart cards and contactless cards, and providing new services for competitive advantage. You also need to defeat constantly emerging security threats. And your solutions must incorporate cryptographic security that meets industry mandates and is able to grow and adapt to meet your emerging needs.

However, in online business transaction, strong authentication of users and transactions is critical in the provision of any secure e-business solution. Password protection, even though widely accepted and used, is a weak method of authenticating users onto online services. Passwords can be stolen, are subject to interception and eavesdropping and even encrypted passwords are not always safe from replay attacks. Users can be particularly poor at remembering passwords and as a result, write them down, use the same passwords for many applications and don’t always change them as often as required. To reduce the security risk vreated by the use of password, stronger authentication methods have been developed to provide businesses with the correct level of security.


Deploy secure products with built-in capabilities for access control, data protection, secure serviceability and communications, and auditing. You'll have a secure information infrastructure and the capabilities you need to ensure that your information remains an asset and never becomes a liability.



The transformation of virtually all communications into digital, packetized format has brought great change to the business model and networking industry. Global digital communication allows enterprise build the computer network and voice communication worldwide in single multiservice device. Wide area network connectivity become important and significant to connecting any to any place of business site. Many parts of business like partner, consultant, customer must have easy access to system and application on enterprise network. All of these must be supported by network access devices to allows all parts of business access enterprise easily.

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