Topics: Virtual private network, Deep packet inspection, Network security Pages: 6 (1842 words) Published: May 30, 2013
SonicWALL TZ 215 Series

The highest-performing, most secure UTM firewall for small offices


High performance security engine Integrated intrusion prevention Advanced IPSec and SSL VPN Streamlined GUI and advanced management wizards Application intelligence, control and visualization Dual-band wireless Content/URL filtering Gateway Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware Service Comprehensive Anti-Spam Service Multiple security zones WAN/ISP redundancy and failover Comprehensive centralized management Enforced Client Anti-Virus


Today’s evolving threat landscape renders stateful packet inspection (SPI) firewalls irrelevant. SPI does not secure your organization against malware passing from the web and mobile devices or enable application control, which can hurt the productivity of your employees and your organization. In addition, as businesscritical applications move to the cloud, organizations need to ensure that bandwidth is available so that employees can quickly and easily access vital data. Only deep packet inspection (DPI) can do all this, by inspecting every byte of every packet. However, lesser solutions lack the power and sophistication to accomplish DPI without turning the firewall into a bottleneck for high-speed broadband networks. Organizations should not have to trade advanced DPI security and application control for network performance. The new SonicWALL® TZ 215 is the highest-performing, most secure Unified Threat Management (UTM) firewall available today in its price point. It provides full deep packet inspection (DPI) without diminishing network performance, thus eliminating bottlenecks that other products introduce, while enabling businesses to realize increased productivity gains. Designed for small businesses, distributed enterprises, branch offices and retail deployments, the new TZ 215 elegantly integrates the most effective anti-malware, intrusion prevention, URL filtering into a single solution, driving down cost and complexity. The TZ 215 adds application intelligence and control to ensure bandwidth for critical applications, while throttling non-productive ones. It speeds troubleshooting and forensics of real-time and historic data, using drill-down visualization and Application Traffic Analytics to provide deep insight into bandwidth utilization and security threats. Advanced networking features include multiple ISP failover and load balancing, optional dual-band secure wireless, IPSec VPN support, network segmentation and PCI compliance capabilities. The TZ 215 is the only UTM firewall with a native VPN remote access client for iOS, Google® Android™, Windows, Mac OS and Linux that supports Clean VPN™, which decontaminates threats from VPN traffic. SonicWALL Enforced Client Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware provides maximum prevention with virtually no administrative overhead, and is available for purchase with either McAfee® or Kaspersky® anti-virus software. The TZ 215 is the most trusted, reliable and easy-to-use security platform on the market. Features and Benefits High-performance security engine uses patented Reassembly-Free Deep Packet Inspection® technology* to examine traffic simultaneously across all ports without introducing latency to the network. Integrated intrusion prevention protects against a comprehensive array of network-based application-layer exploits that target both servers and client machines on the network. Advanced IPSec and SSL VPN connectivity options provide easy-to-use, secure, high-speed office-to-office and client-to-office remote access. Streamlined GUI and advanced management ease deployment and configuration through intuitive set-up wizards and a powerful web interface. Application intelligence, control and visualization offers real-time categorization of application traffic by user, delivering insight into the network for quick diagnosis and reaction to potential issues. Dual-band wireless provides integrated 802.11a/b/g/n secure wireless access for...
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