Firewalls control and block access to certain resources. Web security controls the flow of email and web traffic, including any incoming viruses, malware, and other threats from accessing your network.
Active Directory controls user names and passwords, as well as groups and users, allowing you to apply access controls to data.
Security tools like Extreme Networks ExtremeManagement, ExtremeControl, and ExtremeAnalytics ensure a controlled data flow is maintained for both wired and wireless networks.
ExtremeManagement allows a single pane for management, which makes it easier to identify problems before they can do major harm to your network. The ability to see who’s accessing your wired and wireless network is key in today’s Enterprise networks, making sure your users have access to the right data at the right times.
ExtremeControl provides a complete standards-based, multi-vendor interoperable pre-connect and post-connect Access Control solution for wired and wireless LAN and VPN users.
ExtremeAnalytics lets you understand what applications are running on your network, what are the response times, and who is using which applications. It gives you granular visibility into network and application performance, uers, locations and devices.
Our multilayered security approach to network security doesn’t focus on one key piece of equipment but multiple pieces to help provide different levels of access for different types of users.
Why Go Network Security with PBG Networks?
PBG Networks has been working with Network Security for the past 18 years, making us a leader in the network security space. With our years of training, certifications, and experience, we’re positioned to assist you in meeting all of your network security objectives, regardless of your industry.
To design, architect, and build successful network security solutions, you need a team with a wide-range of capabilities. From project management to senior architects and trainers, you can be confident the
PBG Networks team can meet and exceed your expectations.