Security for the Network

Network security combines multiple layers of defenses at the edge and in the network. Each network security layer implements policies and controls. Authorized users gain access to network resources, but malicious actors are blocked from carrying out exploits and threats.

What is network security?

Network security is the process of strategizing a defensive approach to secure your data and resources over the computer network infrastructure against any potential threat or unauthorized access. It uses software as well as hardware technologies to achieve the optimal solution for network defense.

How do I benefit from network security?

Digitization has transformed our world. How we live, work, play, and learn have all changed. Every organization that wants to deliver the services that customers and employees demand must protect its network. Network security also helps you protect proprietary information from attack. Ultimately it protects your reputation.

Here are a few key attributes which we look into when talking about network security: 

Next-generation Firewalls :

A next-generation firewall (NGFW) is a deep-packet inspection firewall that moves beyond port/protocol inspection and blocking to add application-level inspection, intrusion prevention, and bringing intelligence from outside the firewall.

  • Physical and Virtual FW
  • Branches and Remote Locations
  • Perimeter
  • Security for Mobility

Security Subscriptions:

Technosprout’s comprehensive and effective range of security subscriptions extends your enterprise security policies with threat protection that is constantly updated for maximum protection from cyber threats.

  • URL Filtering
  • DNS
  • Enterprise DLP



Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) is a term used to describe the convergence of three distinct technology markets: security orchestration and automation, security incident response platforms (SIRP), and threat intelligence platforms (TIP). SOAR technologies enable organizations to collect and aggregate vast amounts of security data and alerts from a wide range of sources. This assists human and machine-led analysis, as well as the standardization and automation of threat detection and remediation.

  • Reduction in False Positives
  • 3rd Party Integrations
  • Continuous Threat Hunting


Threat Intelligence:

Threat intelligence is evidence-based knowledge, including context, mechanisms, indicators, implications, and action-oriented advice about an existing or emerging menace or hazard to assets. This intelligence can be used to inform decisions regarding the subject’s response to that menace or hazard.

  • High-fidelity intel sources
  • Researcher-curated context
  • Powerful granular search