According to Astaro, network configurations and the threat landscape have become increasingly complex, making it necessary for organizations to consolidate their IT security. Therefore, to protect company networks, Astaro (News - Alert) has continued developing more comprehensive network security solutions.
To take consolidation of IT network security to a higher level, the unified threat management provider recently unveiled three new network security solutions: Astaro Application Control, Astaro Log Management and Astaro Endpoint Security. Together, these solutions provide network security that extends beyond the perimeter, protecting against modern threats and improving administrators’ visibility into network operations.
Astaro’s mantra, “Connect with Confidence,” is highlighted by the introduction of the unified network security solutions, as well as its security gateway solutions. The Astaro Security Gateway (News - Alert) Professional Edition is a complete unified threat management solution, providing full network, Web, mail and Web application security through a single appliance.
To illustrate how Astaro’s hardware appliances are purpose built, high-performance security devices, the company is offering Astaro Security Gateway free for thirty days, in the deployment method of your choice without charge or obligation. Simply select your preferred platform and fill out the registration form.
That isn’t the only promotion Astaro has up its sleeve. Astaro is also offering a free mail archiving trial. See for yourself how you can simplify your mailbox management and meet compliance requirements. Test Astaro Mail Archiving with no obligation, and archive your e-mails for 30 days in your own personal company archive.
In a statement, Jan Hichert, Astaro CEO, said, “Since Astaro was founded over ten years ago, we have designed our solutions with the goal of simplifying IT security. We continually monitor security trends and solicit feedback from our customers so that we can anticipate the future needs of businesses.”
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Edited by Jennifer Russell