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    Molex Jackpannel
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    TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS - (99491 97311) TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS is one of the leading structured cabling companies in Hyderabad. The 24 Port (1U) and 48 Port (2U) PowerCat 6A Shielded Angled Patch Panels are made from robust 1.6mm gauge sheet metal. These panels are also supplied with robust rear cable management trays for cable strain relief and neat cable dressing. Port numbering is provided on the front and rear of the panel and individual ports may be color coded using connector icon labels for site specific network administration. The angled design provides enhanced port access and minimizes patch cord bend radius whilst also eliminating the need for horizontal cable rack mangers, and therefore frees up rack space for higher port density. • Available in 24 Port 1U • Angled panel design eliminates patch cord horizontal cable managers and minimizes bend radius • Removable rear cable management included • PowerCat 6A Datagate shielded connector included • Utilises patented IDC V-shaped contacts that flex not fatigue when terminated • Category 6A performance when installed as a complete PowerCat 6A Shielded System • RoHS Compliant Contact: TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS - (99491 97311) www.techsmartitsolutions.com mohammad@techsmartitsolutions.com
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    Network Security Contact: TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS - (99491 97311) www.techsmartitsolutions.com mohammad@techsmartitsolutions.com TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS has a clear advantage when it comes to providing advanced network security solutions for enterprises – through in-depth expertise and practical experience we are considered as one of the leading security solutions system integrator in the region. TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS works with industry leading technology vendors and with a pool of highly skilled consultants and engineers that have designed, deployed, implemented and operated some of the most critical networks and infrastructure in the region. With a combination of the below network security focus areas; TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS provides a complete turnkey advance network security solution that aims to counteract modern day security threat as the primary and secondary line of defense. The advance network security solutions are predominantly aimed at providing perimeter level and data center security. With a Security 360 degrees approach our Network Security solution domain is the most comprehensive as it covers all business and technical needs for network level protection with advance application threat intelligence. Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) A class of firewalls designed to filter network and Internet traffic based upon the applications or traffic types using specific ports. The application-specific granular security policies provided by Next Generation Firewalls help them detect application-specific attacks, giving them the potential to catch more malicious activity than more traditional firewalls. Next Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) blend the features of a standard firewall with quality of service (QoS) functionalities, application identification that is agnostic to the TCP/UDP port used, integration with Active Directory for User Identification in order to provide smarter and deeper inspection that is actionable and measurable. In many ways a Next Generation Firewall combines the capabilities of first-generation network firewalls and network intrusion prevention systems (IPS), user identity based security by enforcing role based access control (RBAC) while also offering additional features such as SSL and SSH inspection, reputation-based malware filtering and Active Directory integration support. TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS Solution works with multiple network security vendors that manufacturer’s enterprise-grade and commercial-grade NGFWs that include Sonicwall, SOPHOS Cyberoam, Cisco, Zyxel, Juniper Networks, and Fortinet (FortiGate) NGFW. Application Control Application Control makes it possible to recognize applications independent from their communication TCP/UDP port values. Having a stateful firewall does not necessarily protect from threats which are hidden inside applications or from threats using the same communication ports as well-known protocols like HTTP. Malicious applications are embedded into known ports such as HTTP that can bypass traditional stateful-inspection firewalls. Modern Application Control solutions also referred to as Next Generation Firewalls are able to recognize more than 1000+ different applications; blocking P2P traffic, identifying Facebook applications or streaming applications like Youtube, providing granular security context and application awareness features. Application Control solutions also increase network visibility, giving your security operations team understanding of the most common used application within your organization. With such visibility and awareness, security risks can be identified where unauthorized applications are being utilized such as BitTorrnet or eMule, whilst enhancing user experience by implementing QoS for certain critical applications. Application Control Solutions can leverage and integrate with User Identity solutions providing the possibility to control the application usage behaviour for specific users or groups. By integration with a User Identity, Application Control feature extends visibility by providing your organization with awareness on individual users or groups that utilize particular set of applications. TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS Professional Service has a high level expertise in Application Control Solutions, through successful design, delivery and support of key projects. Contact our sales team for more information on Application Control security solutions and how it can help your organization with detailed application, user and content based awareness. Application Traffic Classification Accurate traffic classification is the heart of any firewall, with the result becoming the basis of the security policy. Traditional firewalls classify traffic by port and protocol, which, at one point, was a satisfactory mechanism for securing the perimeter. Today, applications can easily bypass a port-based firewall; hopping ports, using SSL and SSH, sneaking across port 80, or using non-standard ports. App-Control and App-ID a patent-pending traffic classification mechanism that is unique to NGFWs, addresses the traffic classification limitations that plague traditional firewalls by applying multiple classification mechanisms to the traffic stream, as soon as the device sees it, to determine the exact identity of applications traversing the network. Classify traffic based on applications, not ports. App-ID uses multiple identification mechanisms to determine the exact identity of applications traversing the network. The identification mechanisms are applied in the following manner: • Traffic is first classified based on the IP address and port. • Signatures are then applied to the allowed traffic to identify the application based on unique application properties and related transaction characteristics. • If App-ID determines that encryption (SSL or SSH) is in use and a decryption policy is in place, the application is decrypted and application signatures are applied again on the decrypted flow. • Decoders for known protocols are then used to apply additional context-based signatures to detect other applications that may be tunneling inside of the protocol (e.g., Yahoo! Instant Messenger used across HTTP). • For applications that are particularly evasive and cannot be identified through advanced signature and protocol analysis, heuristics or behavioral analysis may be used to determine the identity of the application. As the applications are identified by the successive mechanisms, the policy check determines how to treat the applications and associated functions: block them, or allow them and scan for threats, inspect for unauthorized file transfer and data patterns, or shape using QoS. Always on, always the first action taken across all ports. Classifying traffic with App-ID is always the first action taken when traffic hits the firewall, which means that all App-IDs are always enabled, by default. There is no need to enable a series of signatures to look for an application that is thought to be on the network; App-ID is always classifying all of the traffic, across all ports - not just a subset of the traffic (e.g., HTTP). All App-IDs are looking at all of the traffic passing through the device; business applications, consumer applications, network protocols, and everything in between. App-ID continually monitors the state of the application to determine if the application changes midstream, providing the updated information to the administrator in ACC, applies the appropriate policy and logs the information accordingly. Like all firewalls, next-generation firewalls use positive control, default deny all traffic, then allow only those applications that are within the policy. All else is blocked. All classification mechanisms, all application versions, all OS's. App-ID operates at the services layer, monitoring how the application interacts between the client and the server. This means that App-ID is indifferent to new features, and it is client or server operating system agnostic. The result is that a single App-ID for BitTorrent is going to be roughly equal to the many BitTorrent OS and client signatures that need to be enabled to try and control this application in other offerings. Full visibility and control of custom and internal applications. Internally developed or custom applications can be managed using either an application override or custom App-IDs. An applications override effectively renames the traffic stream to that of the internal application. The other mechanism would be to use the customizable App-IDs based on context-based signatures for HTTP, HTTPs, FTP, IMAP, SMTP, RTSP, Telnet, and unknown TCP /UDP traffic. Organizations can use either of these mechanisms to exert the same level of control over their internal or custom applications that may be applied to SharePoint, Salesforce.com, or FaceBook. Securely Enabling Applications Based on Users & Groups Traditionally, security policies were applied based on IP addresses, but the increasingly dynamic nature of users and applications mean that IP addresses alone have become ineffective as a mechanism for monitoring and controlling user activity. Next-generation firewalls integrate with the widest range of user repositories on the firewall market, enabling organizations to incorporate user and group information into their security policies. Through User-ID, organizations also get full visibility into user activity on the network as well as user based. Transparent use of users and groups for secure application enablement. User-ID seamlessly integrates with next-generation firewalls with the widest range of enterprise directories on the market; Active Directory, eDirectory, Open LDAP, Citrix Terminal Server, Microsoft Terminal Server, and XenWorks. A network-based User-ID agent communicates with the domain controller, mapping the user information to the firewall, making the policy tie-in completely transparent to the end-user. Integrating users and groups via an explicit, challenge / response mechanism. In cases where user repository information may be ineffective, a captive portal challenge/response mechanism can be used to tie users into the security policy. In addition to an explicit username and password prompt, Captive Portal can also be configured to send a NTLM authentication request to the web browser in order to make the authentication process transparent to the user. Integrate user information from other user repositories. In cases where organizations have a user repository or application that already has knowledge of users and their current IP address, a standards-based XML API can be used to tie the repository to the next-generation firewall. Protect the network from threats, control web surfing and limit file/data transfer. Content-ID combines a real-time threat prevention engine with a comprehensive URL database and elements of application identification to limit unauthorized data and file transfers, detect and block a wide range of threats and control non-work related web surfing. The application visibility and control delivered by App-ID, combined with the content inspection enabled by Content-ID means that IT departments can regain control over application traffic and the related content. NSS-rated IPS The NSS-rated IPS blocks known and unknown vulnerability exploits, buffer overflows, DoS attacks and port scans from compromising and damaging enterprise information resources. IPS mechanisms include: • Protocol decoder-based analysis statefully decodes the protocol and then intelligently applies signatures to detect vulnerability exploits. • Protocol anomaly-based protection detects non-RFC compliant protocol usage such as the use of overlong URI or overlong FTP login. • Stateful pattern matching detects attacks across more than one packet, taking into account elements such as the arrival order and sequence. • Statistical anomaly detection prevents rate-based DoS flooding attacks. • Heuristic-based analysis detects anomalous packet and traffic patterns such as port scans and host sweeps. • Custom vulnerability or spyware phone home signatures that can be used in the either the anti-spyware or vulnerability protection profiles. • Other attack protection capabilities such as blocking invalid or malformed packets, IP defragmentation and TCP reassembly are utilized for protection against evasion and obfuscation methods employed by attackers. Traffic is normalized to eliminate invalid and malformed packets, while TCP reassembly and IP de-fragmentation is performed to ensure the utmost accuracy and protection despite any attack evasion techniques. URL Filtering Complementing the threat prevention and application control capabilities is a fully integrated, URL filtering database consisting of 20 million URLs across 76 categories that enables IT departments to monitor and control employee web surfing activities. The on-box URL database can be augmented to suit the traffic patterns of the local user community with a custom, 1 million URL database. URLs that are not categorized by the local URL database can be pulled into cache from a hosted, 180 million URL database. In addition to database customization, administrators can create custom URL categories to further tailor the URL controls to suit their specific needs. URL filtering visibility and policy controls can be tied to specific users through the transparent integration with enterprise directory services (Active Directory, LDAP, eDirectory) with additional insight provided through customizable reporting and logging. File and Data Filtering Data filtering features enable administrators to implement policies that will reduce the risks associated with the transfer of unauthorized files and data. • File blocking by type: Control the flow of a wide range of file types by looking deep within the payload to identify the file type (as opposed to looking only at the file extension). • Data filtering: Control the transfer of sensitive data patterns such as credit card and social security numbers in application content or attachments. • File transfer function control: Control the file transfer functionality within an individual application, allowing application use yet preventing undesired inbound or outbound file transfer. Network Access Control Network Access Control (NAC) technology is a key driver to secure your corporate wired and wireless networks from unauthorized access. With organizations facing significant challenges on securing their access networks; with users ranging from employees, sub-contractors, semi-trusted 3rd party users, outsourced managed services team to guest users all trying to access corporate resources from managed and unmanaged endpoints through different access medium can be a daunting prospect for your security team. Designing and deploying the right NAC solution to meet your compliance requirements is paramount to ensure a consistent access control model is applied to the different user profiles. By providing dynamic network access based on user profiles and privileges is key to a successful deployment; understanding the key pain points in NAC integration with authentication, auto-remediation services, dynamic VLAN assignment based on endpoint compliance and reputation and designing the right solution is what differentiate TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS with our competitors. At TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS we understand through project deployment experiences the dynamics of NAC solutions and can provide the solution that best meets your organizational requirements. By collaborating with your security operations, network operations, service desk and support teams we are able to create a complete NAC workflow that details the exact procedural requirement to deploy NAC across your enterprise network. The NAC solution we offer is based on 802.1x standardized protocol and follows port based authentication and endpoint compliance before providing authorized network access to the user. TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS Consultants can provide a complete integrated NAC solution that enables your organization to benefit from endpoint profiling, asset discovery, auto-remediation features, integration with IF-MAP supported devices based on the TNC group and guest access provisioning. At TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS we believe NAC necessitates multiple vendor interoperability and seamless integration with your existing environment to provide a complete end-to-end solution. For more information about NAC design, deployment and solution offering consisting of a multi-vendor solution please contact our sales team. Next Generation IPS According to Gartner, a next-generation network IPS, at a minimum, should have the following attributes: • Inline, bump-in-the-wire configuration: Should never disrupt network operations. • Standard first-generation IPS capabilities: Should support vulnerability-and threat-facing signatures. • Application awareness and full-stack visibility: Should identify applications and enforce network security policy at the application layer. • Context awareness: Should bring information from sources outside the IPS to make improved blocking decisions or to modify the blocking rule set. • Content awareness: Should be able to inspect and classify inbound executables and other similar file types, such as PDF and Microsoft Office files. • Agile engine: Should support upgrade paths for the integration of new information feeds and new techniques to address future threats. Importantly, the NGIPS does not include traditional enterprise network firewall capabilities. Many organizations will benefit from a security system that combines high performing network inspection and control functions, such as a Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW). However, it’s also clear such an offering isn’t universally applicable. According to Gartner1, “the high end of the security market will tend to continue to use separate firewalls and IPSs, driven by complexity, desire for ‘defense in depth’ and network operational considerations.” Sourcefire maximizes choice by providing systems offering a range of security functionality, across both physical and virtual platforms. This “Agile Security” strategy offers security teams a high degree of flexibility in deployment decisions, as well as the potential for significant capital and operational expense savings. Inline, Bump-in-the-Wire Configuration In the event of service disruption from a network IPS device configured for inline operation—perhaps caused by onboard hardware failure, software malfunction, or power loss—in most instances, the network IPS should be configured to “fail open” as not to cause disruption in network connectivity. In this case, ingress and egress interfaces of an interface set are mechanically bridged, thus continuing to pass traffic (without further inspection). Unlike other providers that offer limited or no failopen interfaces, 100% of Sourcefire’s purpose-built 3D Appliances come equipped with fail-open copper and/or fiber interfaces. This often negates the need to purchase expensive inline taps, saving considerable time and money. Standard, First-Generation IPS Capabilities Sourcefire is consistently recognized for offering the best protection in the business. Based on the award-winning open source Snort detection engine, which has rapidly become the most widely used IPS detection engine in the world today, Sourcefire has been recognized by NSS Labs as offering the industry’s best overall protection among all major IPS providers for two years running. Results like these are a consequence of the rigorous development methodology employed by the Sourcefire Vulnerability Research Team™ (VRT), which is designed to maximize performance, eliminate false negatives, and minimize false positives. Application Awareness and Full-Stack Visibility Sourcefire is the first and only IPS provider to offer passive, real-time network intelligence gathering. Sourcefire FireSIGHT™ (formerly Sourcefire RNA®) aggregates rich network intelligence in realtime to enable security administrators to actually enforce corporate acceptable use policies (AUPs) regarding usage of approved operating systems and applications. This can be accomplished within Sourcefire’s NGIPS solution through compliance rules and whitelists. By limiting the use of operating systems and applications that can be used on the network, organizations can improve productivity and reduce risk by minimizing the network’s surface area of attack. Contextual Awareness Accurate and timely detection of attacks is an essential requirement of an NGIPS. But equally important is deciding how to respond, or even whether to respond, to those attacks. Context, the complex set of circumstances that surround a specific attack, is a crucial element in assessing the risk posed by an attack, dictating the priority of the response. Sourcefire was the first vendor to deliver commercial IPS solutions that provided essential information about both the behavior and composition of a network under attack, as well as the identification of the specific individuals affected by a security incident. Network Awareness Contextual information about the network provides benefits by enabling proactive responses to developing situations before an attack or breach. Sourcefire NGIPS provides continuous network visibility, including identification of new hosts as they join the network, network and host configuration changes, and compliance with IT policies. The experience of Sourcefire customers has shown the value of incorporating this contextual data into threat response and ongoing operational and administrative activities. For example, if certain operating systems, devices, or applications are not expected to exist in a network, protections related to those systems can be turned off, eliminating unneeded checks. However, if Sourcefire detects the emergence of an unexpected device, relevant protections can automatically be engaged—protecting the devices from attack while security staffers investigate the network addition. Similarly, contextual data can be used when evaluating attacks for possible response. Sourcefire employs “Impact Flags” to guide security staff in identifying the most pressing attacks. Attacks against devices not susceptible to an exploit—an IIS exploit directed at an Apache server, for example—are of little operational concern. While the attack itself may be recorded to provide information for statistical and historical analysis, the NGIPS set Impact Flags for such events to a low priority. This signals to security analysts and event responders that they can safely ignore the attacks. Experience has demonstrated that this approach reduces actionable events by up to 99%, delivering a dramatic productivity gain. Augmenting the identifying information passively gathered by Sourcefire with specific knowledge about known vulnerabilities further refines the accuracy of Impact Flags. To that end, Sourcefire supports an application-programming interface (API) that facilitates information sharing between vulnerability management systems (and other security and configuration management systems) and the NGIPS. This enables users to share information with virtually any such system, and a fully tested and supported interface for the market-leading QualysGuard® vulnerability management product is available. Contextual data also helps enhance the performance of other network and system security programs. For example, the identification of new systems on a network enables patch management systems to evaluate their status, helping prevent insecure systems from exposing a network to unnecessary risks. Application Awareness Threats posed by specific applications along with usage policies prompt organizations to develop standards articulating the applications permitted on a given network or segment. For example, certain applications—typically file sharing, messaging, and social applications—pose a higher-than-acceptable level of risk. Sourcefire has long supported the ability to identify the use of applications and has led the market in delivering the ability to detect operating systems, virtual machines, consumer devices like smart phones and tablet computers, VoIP systems, network devices, printers, and more. This data, which is gathered passively in a way that poses no operational risks to the network, makes a broad range of compliance and policy enforcement initiatives possible. Identity Awareness Sourcefire NGIPS also provides essential information about users of a network, either individually or as members of groups. This data—available from both Microsoft Active Directory systems and a variety of open standards-based LDAP directory servers—is frequently used to identify the potential victims of an attack, speeding response. For example, most intrusion prevention and detection systems operate solely on the basis of an affected system’s IP address. If a device has been compromised, it’s often essential that security staff communicate with its owner. They may need to speak with the individual to investigate the circumstances of a breach, warn the individual of interruptions in network services, or prompt the person to undertake remediation and restoration efforts. With only an IP address to go on, those activities are delayed. The Sourcefire NGIPS automatically makes the connection between device and owner, and conveniently provides contact information that speeds and simplifies incident workflows. Intelligent Automation Automation is a critical emerging requirement for security systems of all types. The number of incidents, the complexity of networks, and the increasing criticality of compliance and standards initiatives all demand an NGIPS to respond to events in realtime. Along with speeding response, intelligent automation can reduce costs, ensure a consistent response to events, and enable strained security staffs to focus their attention on only the most crucial and challenging problems. The Sourcefire NGIPS delivers multiple automation capabilities. • Automated IPS Tuning • Network Systems Management and Integration • Compliance Reporting and Assessment • Remediation • Workflow and Incident Response Content Awareness The ability to detect threats is by far the most important aspect of any network IPS device. But today’s threats are constantly evolving and more sophisticated than ever. Network security vendors must raise the bar by not only detecting more “traditional” threats (e.g., worms, Trojans, spyware, buffer overflows, denial-of-service attacks), but also threats embedded in “content,” such as Adobe PDFs and Microsoft Office files. Sourcefire leads the industry in preventing threats embedded in content within its NGIPS solution and its comprehensive Snort rules library. Unified Threat Management Connected UTM Independent from the size of the organization, IT infrastructure is expanding significantly to meet business needs. New IT services are established and new IT projects are launched to meet such needs. Keeping a consistent IT Security approach when your IT infrastructure exponentially grows is a daunting challenge itself. IT security environments and domains are getting more diverse and complex that address different security requirements; stateful-firewalls, antivirus systems, IPS, remote access or network traffic encryption systems. With traditional security systems these elements would be individual devices required to be managed separately adding to maintenance and OPEX costs. IT Security is a must but it should support the business and not have an adverse impact. With UTM - Unified Threat Management technology it addresses this problem by reducing the complexity of the IT Security infrastructure whilst providing a comprehensive set of security features. UTM solutions combine several security features in one unit decreasing the complexity of the IT security infrastructure, reducing investment, operating and training costs and simplifying system management and troubleshooting. Defense in Depth UTM Typical UTM solutions include • Stateful firewall • AntiVirus • AntiSpam • IPS • SSLVPN and IPSEC VPN • Web and Content Filtering • User Identity and Authentication Additional features like WAN Optimization, DLP, Wireless LAN Controller and VOIP are also available. TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS Solution works with market leading vendors for UTM solutions and with our expertise we can assist you in; • Analysing your IT Infrastructure environment to check if and where UTM can be a solution • Designing the right Solution which integrates into your IT Infrastructure • Implementation and Post Sales Services Contact our sales team for more information. Security Visibility and Threat Reporting