Don’t believe the firewall hyperbole – because if firewalls protect networks from everything, why do hacks happen?

TITAN prevents DDOS and Ransomware attacks!!!

DON’T BELIEVE THE FIREWALL HYPERBOLE – IF FIREWALLS PROTECT NETWORKS FROM EVERYTHING, WHY DO HACKS HAPPEN?

Hacks happen because a firewall isn’t enough.

Here’s what firewall companies don’t want you to know about their products.

Firewalls cannot do it alone. In many cases, firewall failures cause business failures. The average data breach costs over $21,000. A shocking 40% of companies fail within a year of a major breach.  The Targets and Arby’s of the world can afford the damage control, like lawsuits and PR disasters, that come with a massive breach. Most businesses can’t. A firewall alone won’t protect you and your business from big fines.  In addition, strong passwords are just a small part of a comprehensive data security solution.

 

Interested in saving thousands of dollars and strengthening your network security?

Simply add a TITAN to your environment.  This could not only save you thousands of dollars, but will also ensure that you have the newest Unified Threat Management (UTM) layer of Cyber Security protecting your network.

Your business needs more than just a firewall.  It needs a full suit of armor – TITAN and your firewall.

TITAN is deployed before the firewall and takes action with patented continuous self-analysis software by blocking the attack before it reaches the firewall, using its Black Hole technology to suck up and eliminate all bad data. This reduces the amount of traffic the firewall must handle. TITAN also logs the attack, logs the pattern, and blocks the pattern for a length of time.

 

TITAN is the piece you are missing to make your Unified Threat Management strategy top-of-the line.  TITAN operates in stealth mode, deflecting incoming attacks without notifying the hacker on the other end and releasing any information about your network. It automatically manages and deflects attacks, and then it self-adjusts. TITAN can discover previously unknown threats origination from “known and reliable” sources, and it can pinpoint issues where rules don’t even exist.

Unlike a firewall, TITAN looks for intrusions and symptoms within the traffic. It monitors for and blocks unusual behavior, abnormal traffic, malicious code and anything that resembles an attempted intrusion by a potential hacker.

The following list includes KNOWN vulnerabilities of the major firewall players.  And these don’t even address the unknown vulnerabilities.

This will show you that FIREWALLS ARE NOT ENOUGH – you need to add TITAN.

 

FIREWALL VULNERABILITIES THAT HACKERS KNOW ABOUT:

 

Dell/Sonic Wall FIREWALL VULNERABILTIES

https://www.cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-2234/Dell.html

 

CISCO FIREWALL VULNERABILTIES

http://www.cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-16/year-2017/Cisco.html

 

PALO ALTO FIREWALL VULNERABILTIES

https://www.cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-12836/product_id-26167/Paloaltonetworks-Pan-os.html

 

Juniper FIREWALL VULNERABILTIES

https://www.cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-874/Juniper.html

 

FORTINET FIREWALL VULNERABILTIES

https://www.cvedetails.com/vulnerability-list/vendor_id-3080/Fortinet.html

 

 

Sonic Wall™ is a trademark of Dell, Inc.

Fortinet™ is a trademark of Fortinet, Inc.

Juniper™ is a trademark of Juniper Networks, Inc.

Cisco™ is a trademark of Cisco, Inc.

Palo Alto Firewalls™ is a trademark of Palo Alto Networks, Inc.