Forcepoint NGFW Difference - Ground-to-Sky Connectivity
The Forcepoint NGFW Difference
Safe access to data throughout Data Centers – Edge – Branches – Cloud
Forcepoint Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) makes it easy to connect your people to the data they depend upon throughout your increasingly distributed network – from data centers and the network edge out to branch offices and cloud environments. Rich integration of broadband, MPLS, and our centrally managed SD-WAN technology helps you reduce networking costs, improve capacity and connect your branch offices directly to the Cloud while maintaining full visibility across your entire network.
“We saw an opportunity to combine router and advanced firewall capabilities to strengthen security across every site and accelerate throughput. We needed a solution with centralized administration that could be easily replicated every time we added a new mobile site, easing the management burden on our IT staff.”
Head of IT Production, Carglass
Unified capabilities across data center, edge, branch and the Cloud
Secure SD-WAN that makes branch communications safe and efficient
Forcepoint’s Multi-Link technology provides centralized SD-WAN control over multi-ISP broadband and MPLS links, combined with our unrivaled breadth of security. You can safely connect your branches and remote offices in the most appropriate ways for each one. Traffic to SaaS applications like Office 365 can securely be sent straight to the Cloud over inexpensive commercial links; inter-office data can be directed over dynamic VPNs; and voice and sensitive enterprise applications can use dedicated lines to your data centers. Cut costs, boost performance and ensure security – all at the same time.
Control of connectivity in software-defined-networks (SDN)
As you deploy more workloads into virtualized environments, Forcepoint’s virtual NGFW gives you the ability to control access to and among those applications.
Adaptable appliances for greater agility and efficiency
Most Forcepoint appliances have extensible network interfaces for added flexibility. If you repurpose your appliance to a different type of network or your bandwidth needs grow, simply swap in a new interface and save yourself the trouble and expense of replacing the entire firewall.