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Full, cost-effective network protection from cyber criminals with Dell SonicWALL

17 Sep 2013

Today's cyber criminals employ sophisticated techniques to avoid detection as they sneak quietly into corporate networks to steal intellectual property.

Traditional firewalls that focus only on stateful packet inspection and access control rules are simply not effective in this advanced threat environment.

Dell SonicWALL next-generation firewalls combine high-performance SSL decryption and inspection with an Intrusion Prevention System that features sophisticated anti-evasion technology and a network-based malware protection system that leverages the power of the cloud.

This is how we deliver a deeper level of security without compromising network performance.

Learn more about how to protect your organisation from today's emerging threats by reading our ebook Anatomy of a Cyber-Attack.

Then, watch our video The Ever-Evolving Security Threat Landscape: How to Survive in a Dangerous Place.

For product information, please visit the Dell SonicWALL website or contact our exclusive NZ distributor Connector Systems or call 0508 225 527.

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