Sangfor Technologies, a leading global vendor of IT infrastructure, cloud and cyber security solutions, is offering for a limited time, the most secure remote work from home (WFH) experience with a free version of its virtual Next Generation Application Firewall (NGAF), and including free VPN and Endpoint Secure for endpoint protection. A Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) is a network security firewall that filters and inspects network and application traffic for threats, securing the network environment from intrusion and bringing in security intelligence from outside the network.
Sangfor NGAF is an easy-to-use security solution designed to protect organizations from internal, external, existing, and future threats. In addition, NGAF security databases are automatically updated regularly to keep your network safe from new, unknown, and zero-day attacks.
The novel coronavirus caused both big and small organizations across the globe to adopt remote telecommuting as their standard business practice almost overnight. This sudden change meant that employees working from home with weaker firewalls and security were more likely to fall to cyber attacks, thus threatening the organization’s cybersecurity posture. Because of this, every organization needs to be familiar with the many risks associated with WFH (Work From Home).
In order to make working remotely more secure, Sangfor Technologies is proud to announce a new Work From Home (WFH) promotion. Using this promotion, Sangfor’s customers will enjoy FREE use of the VMware ESXi version of Sangfor’s Next Generation Application Firewall (NGAF), with free VPN and Endpoint Secure licencing, providing the total solution for a secure environment for both the network and remote workers. This promotion will help companies:
● Scale-up WFH capacity by 50% in less than 30 minutes.
● Empower employees to work securely Anywhere, at Anytime and on Any Device with Multi-Factor Authentication.
● Prevent advanced malware from spreading through the corporate network via remote employees.
● Track malicious activity that originates from remote systems.