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Next-generation network security solutions to protect the integrity, confidentiality and accessibility of computer networks and data against all current and future cyberthreats.

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Network security threats are growing in volume and sophistication

Today’s threats extend across multiple clouds, devices, data paths, applications and users, with each point in the network representing a different potential vulnerability in protecting critical assets from malicious activity.

Even a minor disruption to network infrastructures – such as a minute of downtime or a lag in service performance – can cause damage to an organisation’s reputation, bottom line or even long-term viability.

In this context, it’s crucial for organisations to prioritise integrated solutions that can respond to the full range of network and security threats through an optimised combination of threat intelligence and prevention, advanced detection-and-response systems, and expert human insight.

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Next generation network security solution from CyberOne

Our network security solutions ensure your enterprise is secure against current and future threats, while retaining the network agility and performance to meet your operational needs.

Our approach to network security services is deep yet broad: we integrate enterprise security into the core of the network itself while creating a platform that extends across highly flexible perimeters. Because our enterprise network security solutions are embedded into your network infrastructure and security architecture, it’s easy to scale and adapt the platform according to your changing needs.  

Because of the diversity and complexity of the network threat environment, our in-house experts deploy and manage a range of tools and technologies to create a layered yet cohesive approach that delivers against the most demanding performance criteria. 

Future-proof protection 

We protect you against all current and emerging threats using an integrated multi-platform approach, delivered by our team of experienced network security experts.

Improved visibility 

We build custom dashboards that cover your entire infrastructure and give you a single pane of glass across all attack vectors. These dashboards are clear, customised and configured to your specific needs and environment.

Real-time threat intelligence 

Sophisticated, targeted attacks represent a big challenge to securing networks. We use real-time threat intelligence to safeguard against exploits, vulnerabilities, zero-days, and both known and previously unknown attacks.


Network complexity isn’t just a challenge to manage; it’s also a security risk. We help you implement a centralised network management platform, using a single-window management console, even if your environments are highly distributed and employing many different tools.

Free up in-house resource 

Because our network security solution is fully managed and monitored 24x7x365, your in-house teams are free to concentrate on their core objectives and strategic goals.

Value for money 

With scalable pay-monthly solutions, network security with CyberOne delivers affordable protection that grows flexibly with your business, without heavy up-front investment in technology or human resources.

Key drivers for CyberOne network security

Our bespoke network security solutions leverage a combination of the following integrated elements: firewalls, wide-area network (WAN) and branch protection, intrusion prevention systems (IPSs), secure web gateways, secure sockets layer (SSL) inspection, virtual private networks (VPNs) and perimeter security.

Traditional WAN technologies are now too slow and cumbersome to keep up with the volume and speed of internet connections needed today. Many organisations are turning to advanced network security solutions such as SD-WAN, particularly in response to the huge growth in remote working during the pandemic.  

Read more on our dedicated SD-WAN page.

We use IPS engines to identify suspicious activities and prevent them from attacking your network by initiating preventative steps, for example blocking employees or guests on the network from engaging in harmful behaviour. Our approach is to integrate a customised IPS into your network firewall, instead of in their traditional place as a standalone product in the network security infrastructure.

We use a secure web gateway as a checkpoint to prevent unauthorised traffic from entering your network, providing a barrier to malicious traffic accessing key resources on the network. We can also prevent exfiltration of sensitive information from your network. Secure web gateways have become more critical to overall network security technology as cyberattack creativity and sophistication grows.

SSL inspection intercepts and decrypts all traffic transmitted through an HTTPS website, identifying malicious content, with SSL encryption often used by attackers today to hide malware. We employ an SSL on your website to provide a safe connection.

We use VPNs to route an endpoint’s connection through a private server, so that when data reaches the internet, it’s not viewable as coming from the device; in this way, sensitive information is protected. This helps you maintain a consistent security policy and appropriate access control, regardless of location, for all corporate users, applications and devices.

With traditional approaches made redundant by the disappearance of the fixed perimeter, CyberOne delivers next-generation perimeter security which meets the needs of cloud-based enterprises employing highly mobile workforces.

Next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) move beyond a traditional firewall’s port/protocol inspection and blocking techniques to add comprehensive application-level inspection, intrusion prevention and intelligence from sources outside the firewall. We use NGFWs to filter packets to ensure connections are secure. We implement whitelisting or signature-based intrusion prevention systems (IPSs) to distinguish between safe and potentially malicious applications. In this way, we are able to block malware from entering a network in a way more traditional firewalls cannot deliver.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a network security solution?

A network security solution refers to the set of measures, technologies, and practices that are implemented to protect a computer network from unauthorised access, attacks, and threats.

What are the common types of network security?

There are several types of network security measures that organisations can implement to protect their networks from potential threats and breaches. Some of the common types include:

  • Firewalls
  • Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)
  • Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
  • Antivirus and Anti-malware software
  • Access Control
  • Encryption
  • Network Segmentation

Which is the best network security software?

There isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer to this question as the best network security software will depend on various factors such as the specific needs and requirements of the organisation, the size of the network, the level of security needed, and the budget available. It is recommended to conduct thorough research, evaluate different options, and consult with experts to determine the best network security software that meets your specific needs.

What is two-factor authentication (2FA), and how does it enhance network security?

Two-factor authentication is a security process that requires users to provide two different authentication factors before gaining access to a system or network. Typically, this involves something the user knows (e.g., a password) and something the user has (e.g., a smartphone or token). 2FA adds an extra layer of security by making it more difficult for unauthorized individuals to access accounts.

What are the aims of network security?

  • To protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data and resources within a network.
  • To implement measures such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, encryption, authentication, and access controls to safeguard against unauthorised access, data breaches, malware attacks, and other security threats.
  • To monitor network traffic, identifying and mitigating vulnerabilities, conducting regular security audits, and educating users about best practices to ensure a secure network environment.