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2 Table of contents Securing the small business 2 UTM: Keeping up with the changing threat landscape 3 RFDPI: Not all UTMs provide the same level of protection 4 UTM management and deployment complexity 5 Comprehensive anti-spam 6 Internet redundancy 7 Network segmentation 8 Clean wireless 9 Remote access colutions 10 The Dell SonicWALL competitive difference 11 Conclusion Dell Software. All rights reserved..
3 Securing the small business In recent years the volume of attacks against small businesses has surpassed that of enterprise organizations. However, small businesses do not have the IT staff resources or budgets of larger organizations. Modern advances in security technology offer small businesses the opportunity to deliver enterpriseclass protection within small business budgets. Small businesses need a workable plan to provide comprehensive security against today s sophisticated threats without spending too much time or money Dell Software. All rights reserved..
4 UTM: Keeping up with the changing threat landscape Challenge: Outdated security Today s emerging threats are blended attacks that use different techniques to bypass the outdated stateful packet inspection technology offered by other vendors. Solution: Unified Threat Management (UTM) Unified Threat Management (UTM) solutions provide a higher level of protection by scanning traffic for the latest threats including vulnerabilities and malware. By scanning more traffic, UTM solutions reduce the chance of machines on the network from receiving a virus or malware infection. Regular signature updates allow the UTM solution to stay ahead of the latest threats Dell Software. All rights reserved..
5 RFDPI: Not all UTMs provide the same level of protection Challenge: Provide the best available protection Knowing the UTM solution you purchased provides the highest level of protection without limiting file sizes and concurrent files downloaded that can be scanned. Solution: Reassembly-Free Deep Packet Inspection (RFDPI) Dell SonicWALL UTM solutions based on patented* RFDPI technology provide the ability to scan not only standard communications protocols like SMTP, FTP and HTTP, but also many protocols that are streambased or run over non-standard ports. Additionally, UTM solutions should not be limited by the size or number of files that can be scanned concurrently. Packet reassembly-free process Traffic in Traffic out Inspection time Inspection capactiy Reassembly-free packet scanning without proxy or content size limitations *U.S. Patents 7,310,815; 7,600,257; 7,738,380; 7,835,361; 7,991, Dell Software. All rights reserved..
6 UTM management and deployment complexity Challenge: Cumbersome implementation and administration Small business network administrators often try to combat different emerging threats by cobbling together separate point solutions, which leaves gaps in protection and introduce additional cost and complexity. In addition, because traditional UTM solutions are based on original equipment manufacturer (OEM) technologies, they can require complex policy creation to deploy. This complexity can increase deployment time and lead to a less-secure UTM deployment. Solution: Ease of use and management Small businesses have the opportunity to optimize productivity and minimize total cost of ownership (TCO), while maximizing security, by consolidating multiple security technologies in a single UTM solution. Also, UTM solutions should provide a simple-to-use cohesive management interface that allows quick and accurate UTM policy deployment helping to decrease deployment mistakes, and increasing the UTM security Dell Software. All rights reserved..
7 Comprehensive anti-spam Challenge: Incomplete and complex anti-spam protection Most UTM solutions that provide anti-spam functionality rely on real-time blacklists (RBLs) and other less-accurate methods for blocking spam. Additionally, some solutions require the administrator to set up a server to run third-party software to provide additional spam blocking options. Solution: Comprehensive anti-spam A comprehensive anti-spam service on the firewall should remove spam, phishing and virus-laden messages from inbound SMTP-based before they reach the network. The hybrid-cloud design of this service simplifies the set-up while optimizing protection, with no need to redirect mail exchanger (MX) records or send to another vendor to be cleaned Dell Software. All rights reserved..
8 Internet redundancy Challenge: Lost Internet connectivity Most small businesses rely on their Internet connection to run their daily business, and connect their business locations, partners and customers over a wide area network (WAN). Service interruptions lead to downtime and decrease business productivity. Solution: 3G/4G failover UTM solutions should provide a method of WAN redundancy that includes WAN Failover and Load Balancing. For additional redundancy, administrators can take advantage of today s 3G/4G cellular technology by adding a USB-based 3G/4G adapter, allowing the UTM appliance the ability to seamlessly fail over to the wireless network Dell Software. All rights reserved..
9 Network segmentation Challenge: Network growth management As business grows, customers are looking for an easy way to segment systems on the network and provide policy enforcement. Solution: Contextual port interfaces UTM solutions can provide administrators with an easy method for network segmentation on the UTM appliance to easily control access Dell Software. All rights reserved..
10 Clean wireless Challenge: The increasing move to wireless While most companies rely on wired networks, many are now purchasing devices that provide n technology. Solution: Clean wireless networks as secure as wired networks Clean wireless delivers the innovative dual protection of high-speed secure wireless combined with high-performance UTM. By integrating n-compatable wireless access points with UTM firewalls, clean wireless can support and enforce one set of security policies over the entire network. High-speed wireless connection Encrypt and protect wireless traffic Clean and decontaminate wireless traffic Central management for wired and wireless Dell Software. All rights reserved..
11 Remote access solutions Challenge: The rise of teleworking Today, your office is where you are: at home, at the airport, at a café. Customers, partners and contractors need access to your business from anywhere. In addition, uncertainties ranging from natural disasters, pandemics and terrorism can disrupt access to corporate offices. As more users continue to work from home, it s more important than ever to allow these users access to internal network resources. Solution: Clean VPN VPN offers secure remote access to mission-critical resources from virtually any endpoint, including desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. Clean VPN enables administrators to scan and secure the integrity of both inbound and outbound VPN traffic Dell Software. All rights reserved..
12 The Dell SonicWALL competitive difference The Dell SonicWALL competitive difference Only Dell SonicWALL can offer small businesses the complete, yet affordable, protection integrating these advanced Dell SonicWALL features: Integrated intrusion prevention Gateway anti-malware with Cloud AV Reassembly-Free Deep Packet Inspection Stateful packet inspection DOS attack protection Intuitive user interface Easy-to-use configuration wizards Integrated secure wireless n/g/b Uncompromising performance USB 3G/4G wireless failover Network segmentation Integrated SSL VPN secure remote access IPSec VPN for remote branch offices Comprehensive anti-spam Application intelligence and control Dell Software. All rights reserved..
13 Conclusion In order to counter all of today s sophisticated attacks, a small business would need to deploy several different defensive techniques. However, small businesses do not have the budgets for maintenance contracts or personnel necessary that can purchase, configure and maintain these point solutions. Dell SonicWALL solutions offer small businessess the comprehensive protection they need, priced within their budgets Dell Software. All rights reserved..
14 How can I learn more? Download the Whitepaper 10 Easy Steps to Secure Your Small Business Opt-in to receive Dell SonicWALL Newsletters For feedback on this e-book or other Dell SonicWALL e-books or whitepapers, please send an to Forward to a friend About Dell SonicWALL Dell SonicWALL provides intelligent network security and data protection solutions that enable customers and partners to dynamically secure, control, and scale their global networks. Securing any organization with multi-threat scanning based on global input at wire speed, Dell SonicWALL is recognized as an industry leader by Gartner and NSS Labs. For more information, visit the web site at 05/13 DS 0237L
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