Combining the power of NGFW technology and Clearnetwork’s expertise gives your organization an unparalleled level of control over your network. By utilizing Clearnetwork’s Perimeter Protection service you leverage our entire range of security assets for your perimeter security.
Latest Threat Intelligence
Our specially-licensed threat database is updated daily and includes over forty reputation and scoring categories to better identify novel threats. Your NGFW policies stay up-to-date with the very latest threat intelligence.
Global Sensor Network
Clearnetwork also receives up-to-the-minute attack data from our global IDS network. So we protect you against the latest threats today and prepare you for what’s coming over the horizon tomorrow.
Most importantly of all, your organization gets Clearnetwork’s decades of industry expertise supporting your perimeter defense through the entire security lifecycle.
An All-in-One Solution
With our Perimeter Protection service Clearnetwork is available to assist from the very start. We help your organization plan the most cost-effective NGFW deployment to meet your security and business objectives. We spec the appropriate Palo Alto NGFW appliances so there is no guesswork in purchasing. We create firewall policies that align with those same objectives, then test, configure, and deploy new appliances. With Perimeter Protection, Clearnetwork manages all ongoing aspects of perimeter defense, from routine tasks to critical incident response. We handle all standard operational tasks, including configuration changes, maintenance updates, and tuning firewall policies for optimal performance.
Monitoring & Reporting
We also assist your team in responding to threat events and other critical incidents. Clearnetwork’s compliance and data security experts can also assist with running compliance-level reporting, with technical troubleshooting and support, and disaster recovery events
Compliance & Regulations
SEC Rule 17a-4 has been regulating the data retention practices of financial firms since the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. This long history along with the SEC’s amendments and clarifications on electronic storage have made 17a-4 one of the clearest regulations from an IT implementation perspective. While the requirements are relatively clear, meeting them while dealing with rapidly growing email stores, make complying with 17a-4 a daunting challenge. From a legal perspective, litigation is fought on the basis of the documentary record, and the litigant best able to recreate it at the lowest cost carries a valuable advantage into any dispute. CLEARNETWORK’s cloud-based email storage was offered with this in mind.