Enterprise-grade security to any organization
WatchGuard’s unique approach to network security focuses on bringing best-in-class, enterprise-grade security to any organization, regardless of size or technical expertise. Ideal for midsize businesses and distributed enterprises, our award-winning Unified Threat Management (UTM) platform is designed from the ground up to focus on ease of deployment, use, and ongoing management, in addition to providing the strongest security possible.
Best-in-Class Security Services
Effective protection against today’s vast number of evolving threats requires multiple security services working intelligently together to prevent, detect, and instantly respond to cyber attacks using automated policies. WatchGuard’s best-in-class approach makes this level of enterprise-grade security readily available to organizations of all sizes.
A Firebox for Every Occasion
All of WatchGuard’s security services are delivered as an integrated solution within an easy-to-manage and cost-effective Firebox appliance that is available as both physical and virtual appliances. You never have to choose between security and performance, and they come equipped with all of the management and visibility tools that simplify deployment and ongoing maintenance.
From the board room to the branch office, critical responses to network security scenarios need to be made quickly to avoid additional data loss and network outages – yet there’s no time to make sense of days or weeks of raw data. This is when you most need your data visualized and presented from the Cloud so that you can get the information you need and take action immediately. This kind of visibility dashboard is now an essential tool for today’s network security solutions.
Why Unified Threat Management
What started as an evolution of the firewall has become the go-to choice for small-to-midsize businesses and distributed enterprises. UTM combines multiple layers of security technologies into a single solution that is easy to deploy and manage. It includes technologies such as intrusion prevention, gateway antivirus, application control, spam prevention, and URL filtering, to more advanced technologies for protecting against evolving malware, ransomware, and data breaches.