Next-Generation Firewall On Cloud is a security solution designed to provide protection for users of Lintasarta Cloudeka services. Powered by industry-leading technology from Palo Alto Networks, this robust firewall safeguards your data and applications from modern cyber threats, ensuring a secure and reliable cloud experience.
Key features of the Next-Generation Firewall On Cloud include Advanced Threat Protection, Secure Access Control, Application Visibility and Control, Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), and Data Loss Prevention (DLP). With seamless integration and scalability, this service effectively meets the evolving security needs of your organization while providing deep insights and granular control over your network and applications.
Trust Next-Generation Firewall On Cloud to bolster the security of your Lintasarta Cloudeka environments. Choose this premier Cloud Firewall as a service for comprehensive protection and peace of mind in today’s rapidly changing threat landscape.
Prevents cyber attacks with cutting-edge technology that protects your network from evolving threats, including malware, and ransomware.
Ensures network security by authenticating users and devices attempting to access corporate resources, preventing unauthorized access and limiting the risk of data leakage.
Provides deep insights into applications used within your network, allowing you to optimize bandwidth usage, identify high-risk applications, and enforce appropriate security policies.
Detects and blocks network intrusion attempts trying to exploit system vulnerabilities, ensuring the integrity and availability of your data and applications.
Protects sensitive data and critical business information by identifying, monitoring, and controlling the movement of data across your network, preventing both intentional and unintentional data leaks.
The report will show you the source and target of the attack, severity level from each kind of the attack, most visited applications, and any other analytical report to support you from not getting hacked.