Software-Defined Network Security
Software-defined network security (SDNS) lets you economically inspect 100% of your traffic without impacting network throughput performance. All the time.
Exploding traffic levels, further compounded by SSL/TLS encryption and growing IoT, 5G and SaaS, require you to rethink traditional network security. The status quo isn’t keeping up especially if you need to inspect all traffic while maintaining network performance.
A software-defined network security solution is at the heart of a simplified approach to network security that scales to any capacity. 100% SSL/TLS inspection, dynamic security service chaining, on-demand security perimeters, per tenant security policy applied at your gateway.
The Corsa Red Armor NSE 7000 appliance is the foundational element of software-defined network security. It is a security service load balancer that scales what and how much network security is needed in dynamic, virtual service chains augmented with IDS, IPS and DPI. In conjunction with existing threat detection, SIEM and analysis tools, the NSE appliance enables 100% traffic inspection and can prevent illegitimate traffic from entering or leaving a network all the while maintaining network performance.
This allows customers to preserve and leverage their existing investment in security tools while scaling to meet the emerging threats.
Dynamic Programmable Control for Filtering Traffic
How can software-defined network security help you?
Inspect 100% of your traffic
Scale with ease and confidence
Inline deployment augments existing SSL/TLS visibility appliances
Dynamic Service Chains
Purpose built for automation at scale
Operator-defined rules programmability via REST
Blazing fast under all traffic conditions
Fully programmable via REST for seamless integration & automation
Define hundreds of thousands of filtering rules
Process packets at line-rate under all conditions, for all rules
Automated DDoS Protection
Detect and mitigate in seconds
Full scale protection for volumetric attacks
In-line deployment augments existing network security