In today’s world of mobile, social, cloud, Big Data and intelligent industries, the data centre is becoming the first point of contact with the organization’s customers, which means it must provide the most reliable and secure services. However, data centres present a unique set of challenges that security solutions must address:
- Security must support policy management and scalability in an environment where resources are constantly shifting: but manual administration will quickly become unwieldy.
- Security solutions must address disparate environments consisting of a mix of new and legacy systems, and physical and virtual resources.
- The vast amount of traffic between virtual machines must be secured, without the need to route to physical appliances.
- Security solutions must also support frequently migrated resources, which are usually spread across geographies.
Conexsys offers a Data Centre Security Solution that delivers integrated protection and dynamic, intelligent control to defend against today’s sophisticated attacks. With this approach, you gain flexible policy enforcement across physical, virtual and cloud environments, rapid provisioning with full threat protection, and next-generation software-defined networking (SDN) support. To properly support your data centre security, we implement a variety of products and solutions based on your unique needs:
- Firewall and VPN security for Virtual and Cloud Environments
- Next-generation firewalls
- Next generation intrusion protection
- Advanced malware protection
- Comprehensive network visibility and security analytics
- Software defined network segmentation
Conexsys begins by performing a full Vulnerability Assessment of your data center, then deploying the Data Centre Security solution that matches your specific requirements for current and future performance, growth, and security. Performed by highly skilled networking and security specialists, your solution is deployed using the Conexsys Project Management Methodology; a five-step process for solutions that come in on time and on budget.
- Cost reductions through reduced requirement for security-related products, better integration of security products, and the number of security events with exposure to fines and other costs.
- Network performance improvements through extended virtualization: without a need to forward virtual traffic through physical appliances, performance is not impacted, and additional bandwidth is not required.
- Improved IT staff productivity through centralized and consolidated solutions, reduced security-related downtime and fewer service desk incidents.
- Improved end-user productivity by improving availability of business applications running in the data centre.