Information technology management solutions provider Network Alliance announced the release of new cyber-security appliance AutoShun.
Instantly detecting and stopping communications between the corporate network and criminal-controlled sites, AutoShun also prevents hostile malware traffic to and from known “at risk” IP addresses.
“The AutoShun cyber-security appliance is a very sophisticated and dynamic technology,” stated Network Alliance founder and CEO Don Britton. “This technology is exactly in alignment with the types of solutions we aim to deliver to our clients. While it’s a complex tool, it helps simplify and improve the way we monitor networks and detect threats.”
- Stops attacks by blocking communication with millions of known hostile sites and has the capacity to simultaneously manage more than 4 billion IP addresses
- Protects a corporate network from an internal computer infected with malware by blocking the infected device’s ability to communicate back to the malware operator’s command-and-control servers
- Blocks identified threats in real-time
- Provides administrative control over blocked IP addresses, which can include an entire continent or country
- Delivers customized threat reports and other performance indicators
“The real-time updating and blocking capabilities allow us to really see what we’re facing and then deploy the best solution,” stated Britton. “We’re very excited to be launching this new intrusion detection service to our clients. We want to continue to ensure their networks are up and running, so they can concentrate on managing and growing their businesses.”
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