Security Products Configuration Analysis2022-01-17T14:55:27+03:00

Security Products Configuration Analysis

We answer the questions about whether the institutions can get the efficiency from their security systems and their competence on these devices by our expert team. It is very difficult for companies to know how effective security solutions are. It is important that the devices used are correctly configured.

At every moment of the process, our team will check, analyze the configuration of the security products owned and eliminate the risks by timely responding to possible problems. Using proven assessment methodologies and taking into account the specific information security needs of your industry, our experienced security experts will evaluate, analyze and improve faulty configurations that affect physical and virtual security components.

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Operations like usage, installation, configuration, analysis of the problems occurred on systems like Embedded systems, firewall systems, web application firewalls, Snort, Modsecurity applications are carried out. Providing high-level protection will be the biggest advantage of the institutions.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Security Producs Configuration Analysis

Why is Firewall Important?2020-03-07T14:55:24+03:00

Firewalls are often compared to a lock on your network door. However, it may be more accurate to say that a firewall is a door.

In the absence of a firewall, any connection can flow freely to your network. Including links from known malicious sources. This means that you may run the risk of unauthorized access to your networked files, which could lead to data breaches, malware infection, or worse.

Therefore, you need a firewall to filter most malicious connections.

How Does Firewall Work?2020-03-07T14:55:10+03:00

Firewalls work by examining data packets (small pieces of data) according to an internal list of rules. The following are examples of these rules:

IP addresses: Filter traffic from suspicious IPs

Domain names: Block traffic from known malicious domains

Ports: Block traffic attempting to enter from a specific port

Content: Blocking data packets with specific keywords

A firewall scans the contents of the packet and then determines whether it will allow it according to existing rules. In a typical network setup, all connections to the Internet pass through the firewall. So it examines all incoming and outgoing packets.

How Does Firewall Inspection Work?2020-03-07T14:54:50+03:00

The audit process involves comparing the contents of a package according to the rules of the firewall. It reacts differently to a match, depending on whether the rule is set to a black list or a white list.

A blacklist rule blocks packets that match criteria. The whitelist rule blocks packets that do not meet the criteria. The rules of a firewall are highly configurable. This means that you can make the package inspection process specific to your security installation. For example:

Create your own company’s IP address whitelist.

Prevent any stranger from accessing those behind the firewall.

Blacklisting the IP of a known malicious file server.

Prevent malware from distributing to your network.

Whitelisting for specific domain extensions (.com,, .edu etc.) in outbound traffic. Prevent personnel from accessing potentially dangerous sites.

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