Data Center Intrusion Prevention System (DCIPS)

Detect and Stop Attacks Inline to Protect your Data Center

NSS Labs 2016 DCIPS Security Value Map

Data Center Intrusion Prevention System (DCIPS)

Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) technology protects your network from cybercriminal attacks by actively seeking and blocking external threats before they can reach potentially vulnerable network devices such as key servers in the data center. Today, sophisticated and high-volume attacks are challenges that every organization must prepare for. These attacks are evolving, infiltrating networks via ever-increasing vectors. The result is an urgent need for network protection while maintaining the ability to efficiently deliver the high-performance services and applications your users demand.

Fortinet IPS functionality empowered by FortiOS is an industry-proven network security solution that scales to 120 Gbps and beyond of in-line protection. Powered by purpose-built hardware and Fortinet Security Processing Units (SPU), DCIPS is able to achieve low TCO while meeting the highest performance requirements. IPS is easy to set up, yet offers feature-rich capabilities, with contextual visibility and coverage. It is kept up-to-date by threat intelligence research teams that work 24 hours a day worldwide, in order to detect and deter the latest known threats as well as zero-day attacks.

 

Fortinet DCIPS features include:

Industry’s fastest zero-day protection provided by FortiGuard Labs

Optional advanced techniques such as sandboxing to broaden detection and expose evasive threats

High precision and accuracy provided by IPS filters

Highly flexible deployment options using IPS Sensors

Lower TCO and higher performance IPS achieved by purpose-built SPUs

Single-pane-of-glass management for unmatched visibility and control

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