GS560dc provides context sensitive data leak prevention engine and BYOD protection, ensuring much higher level of security for enterprises
MUMBAI, India – December 3, 2014: GajShield, a leading provider of Network Security and Email Security, has announced the launch of GS560dc, the next generation firewall designed to provide greater security to enterprises. This latest addition to GajShield’s popular Next Generation Firewall appliances is context-based and has an enhanced UserSense engine for BYOD protection.
Apart from providing a Context-Sensitive Data Leak Prevention Engine, GS560dc supports Multi-Gigabit Packet Filtering throughput, Application Filtering and comes with redundant power supply which makes it much more reliable.
Mr Sonit Jain, CEO at GajShield said, “We understand the challenges faced by enterprises these days. With emerging trends like BYOD and mobile, threats come both from external as well internal sources. Investing in good security infrastructure is not enough until you get the returns in terms of greater security and ROI. GS560dc is designed to deliver those capabilities with such compactness.”
GajShield’s popular Next Generation Firewall appliances are designed to provide complete visibility into various threats and performance inhibitors allowing organizations to make informed and proactive security decisions. They are equipped with multiple useful features including Context based Data Leak Prevention, BYOD security policies, Application Filtering, Cloud security, URL Filtering, Gateway Antivirus, Intrusion Prevention System, Traffic & Network Analysis, Load Balancing as well as Bandwidth Management to ensure complete Performance Management for user organizations.
Key Features and Specifications of GS560dc:
- 27 Gbps firewall throughput
- Redundant hot-swap power supplies.
- High port density – maximum available ports upto 24 ports
- Supports onboard 8 1Gb copper ports
- 2 slot of modular support for additional copper or fiber ports.
- Port Independence: any port can be External, Trusted, or DMZ
- WAN and VPN failover
- Application Control for over 2500+ applications