Unlike Anti-Virus Software, Sandboxes, and Next-Gen Firewalls that are designed to catch only malicious binaries and web exploits, the SlashNext Internet Access Protection System™ (IAPS) provides Zero-Day protection against all internet access threats including Social Engineering & Phishing, Malware, Exploits and Callback Attacks.
Block credential stealing, scare-ware and internet scams
Protect against Callback attacks like Malware, C&Cs, Callback Attacks and covert hacking channels
Trap metamorphic malware executables the instant they attempt to enter your network
Block attacks targeting document, browser and web plug-in vulnerabilities
Protect your entire network in less time than it takes to setup a wifi modem.
CONFIG OR POLICY
No blacklists, no whitelists, no filters, no thresholds – just plug in the span port link and go.
Out of band monitoring introduces zero incremental latency. System interfaces with existing IT infrastructure to achieve real-time blocking.
No software to deploy anywhere! No compatibility issues, no users complaining about slow PCs, no software updates, no configuration, no down time.
No more probabilities, color coding, thresholds, whitelisting or blacklisting – just a single definitive verdict.
'SlashNext has sparked the interest of more customers than just about any other product we’ve seen in the last 3-5 years. They catch the threats that other solutions miss or never see'.
'SlashNext is the first advanced threat security product that we have bought to actually find issues that our NextGen Firewall , Callback Attacks Prevention tools, and Anti-Virus all missed'.
'All of our systems produce a lot of reports, but finding important information is like finding a needle in a haystack. The nice thing about SlashNext is that it only shows me the needles'.
'SlashNext’s pay-as-you-go model allowed us to purchase world class protection without a large initial capital outlay. The sales team understood our needs and constraints and worked with us to find a structure that benefited both companies'.
'SlashNext fills the space between the perimeter and the end point. It gives us a quick, clear understanding of what made it past our standard defenses without all the noise typically associated with malware detection and forensics'.
Protects against all Internet access attacks including social engineering & phishing, exploits, malware, and callback attacks, regardless of OS or end-point device that connects to the Internet.
Seamlessly integrates with existing IT infrastructure to block malicious activity in real-time, preventing data exfiltration and protecting un-infected machines from accessing malicious sites and becoming infected.
No more probabilities, color coding, thresholds, whitelisting or blacklisting – just a single definitive verdict, “Malicious” or “Not Malicious”.
SlashNext IAPS comes with easy to use threat intelligence and incident response tools enabling even IT & Help Desk teams with no security background to perform a post incident analysis on the fly whenever needed.
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