Global network security appliances company Cyberoam, has announced the launch of its range of virtual Unified Threat Management appliances. This launch is said to enable organisations to take control of their security infrastructure by giving them the ability to choose between individual and a mix of physical and virtualised environments, without worrying about network security.
Cyberoam virtual UTM offers MSSPs a complete control of their security infrastructure with its support for multiple virtualisation platforms like VMWare and Hyper-V. With its easy licensing policy, model upgrades and subscription upgrades, it addresses MSSPs’ challenge of scaling-up network infrastructure to meet customer needs. With the launch of virtual UTM for comprehensive network security in virtualised environments, MSSPs can now offer a total virtual security solution to customers with virtual Cyberoam Central Console for centralised security management, and Cyberoam iView software for logging and reporting.
Cyberoam virtual UTM appliances secure “Office-in-a-Box” and BYOD networks that need to support multiple devices across a range of operating systems and geographies, brought in by employees to access the network resources. Cyberoam’s Layer 8 Identity-based security policies over user authentication, service authorisation and reporting (AAA) offer security and control over users accessing the network resources.
Cyberoam virtual UTMs secure virtual data centers that are constantly under pressure for generating more computing power out of existing server infrastructure. Cyberoam’s security in virtualised form is said to eliminate the need for dedicated hardware security and offers multiple security features integrated on a single virtual appliance.
See Cyberoam on stand C2 at Education Innovation on March 8-9th, Manchester Central.
With the ability to scan all traffic in the virtual environment and integrated security features on one virtual appliance, Cyberoam virtual UTM claims to protect virtual networks from attacks on hypervisor management console, hypervisor & Guest OS, virtualised web-facing applications and servers, and allows organisations to secure Zero Trust Networks. The virtual UTMs consolidate multiple security features like firewall, VPN, Anti-Spam, Anti-Virus, IPS, WAF, Web & Application Filtering, Bandwidth Management, and more, in a single virtual appliance that make virtual environments as secure as the physical infrastructure.
Cyberoam offers a complete virtual security solution to organisations with Cyberoam’s virtual UTM, virtual Cyberoam Central Console and Cyberoam iView – Logging & Reporting software. It supports multiple virtual platforms that include ESX /ESXi, Workstation and Player platforms of VMware along with the Hyper-V platform.