As a best-of-breed security provider we can offer our customers advice across a multitude of vendors and across the wide spectrum of information security.
We cover the complete information security life cycle from initial assessment through to policy planning, deployment and 24×7 management and support.
World leading security vendors such as Check Point, Blue Coat, Forcepoint, F5 Networks, Juniper and RSA have awarded us partner status and trust us as one of their preferred partner. We can offer our customers vendor impartial advice across a multitude of vendors.
Over the past few years Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFW) have had to evolve significantly to better protect against unknown and zero day attacks and are now commonly known as the Next Generation Security Gateway – an integrated network platform that includes traditional NGFW features such as Firewall, IPS, User and Application Awareness and now also Threat Emulation and Threat Extraction technologies. Cyber-threats continue to multiply and now it is easier than ever to create new malware that can easily bypass existing protections. It is now very simple to change the malware signature and make it virtually impossible for signature-based products to protect networks against infection. Threat Emulation and Extraction will protect your network against new malware, zero-day vulnerabilities and targeted attacks.
As the main hub for corporate communication to all business 3rd parties, stakeholders and cloud Saas solutions, the Security Gateway is the logical place to detect and prevent the unauthorized transmission of confidential information. DLP technology within the gateway, will achieve this.
Otherwise known as Data Leakage Protection and Data Loss Prevention it identifies, monitors, and protects data transfer through deep content inspection and analysis of transaction parameters (such as source, destination, data object, and protocol), with a centralized management framework
Camwey delivers industry-leading Web and Email content security solutions designed to protect against today’s inbound and outbound threats, fighting advanced cybercrime and malware plus avoiding loss of company-confidential data through integrated DLP and encryption.
A wide range of communication channels are now available to employees, such as email, instant messaging, chat, webmail and peer-to-peer file sharing. Whilst they can be mission-critical, they also represent serious threats to data security and can expose organisations to reputation, compliance, legal, and financial risk.
Web and Email content security solutions provide policy-based controls designed to secure, monitor, filter and block threats from messaging (email & instant messaging) and Web traffic. In doing so, organisations can protect against inbound threats such as spam, fraudulent emails (phishing attacks), viruses, worms, trojans, spyware and offensive material.
Our web and email solutions are also designed to protect against outbound threats such as loss of confidential data, customer records, intellectual property and offensive content leaving an organisation.
Most companies understand the need for encryption today, however when it comes to sending emails with confidential company information most companies don’t have a cohesive solution in place. At Camwey we have provided dedicated email encryption systems to large enterprises, using solutions from a range of suppliers including the Swiss company Totemo AG. The Totemo solution requires no additional email clients or plug-ins and is therefore easily and quickly integrated into any existing environment.
Gartner predicts that by year-end 2018, 50% of organizations with more than 2,500 users will use a cloud access security broker (CASB) product to control SaaS usage. CASBs are on-premises, or cloud-based security policy enforcement points, placed between cloud service consumers and cloud service providers to combine and interject enterprise security policies as the cloud-based resources are accessed. CASBs consolidate multiple types of security policy enforcement. Example security policies include authentication, single sign-on, authorization, credential mapping, device profiling, encryption, tokenization, logging, alerting, malware detection/prevention and so on.
Staff need to access information, applications and data from anywhere in the world at any time and increasingly from multiple devices. Today, employees routinely connect to their offices from home PCs via VPN, use wireless hotspots in airports, and receive work emails on their own smartphone devices.
This mobility has led to unprecedented productivity for enterprises, as employees are able to remain continuously connected — anytime, anywhere. With a general rise in tele-working across the world, securing this increasingly productive element of your workforce is vital.
Our mobile security solutions can help you do all of this securely, covering all types of devices from the traditional company owned laptops of the on the road salesperson to the staff owned ipads being used by the CEO for corporate email and files.
Identity management (ID management) is a broad administrative area that deals with identifying individuals in a system (such as a country, a network, or an enterprise) and controlling their access (authenticated, authorized & audited) to resources within that system by associating user rights and restrictions with the established identity.
Identity management is often one of the biggest headaches for IT managers. There is a constant struggle to balance ease of use with network and information security. The increase in employees who bring their own devices has created a further problem. IT security professionals are configuring access across dozens of different devices from servers to mobiles and everything in-between.
Choosing the right Identity and Access Management System, and one that is interoperable with your remote access and authentication systems is crucial.
As more applications are migrated to the Web, the role of the Web Application Firewall (WAF) combined and integrated with an application delivery controller (ADC) is becoming increasingly important. Information professionals are realising the security benefits this potent combination can deliver.
These include deep packet inspection, DDoS protection and SSL Offload capabilities as part of richer, multi-layered security architecture that enhances security while reducing cost and operational complexity. With the WAF becoming mandatory in securing today’s Internet and its best practice for deployment, the WAF-plus-ADC combination is taking security to new levels.
It is certainly impossible to guarantee 100% security against today’s advanced malware and zero-day attacks with traditional security technologies. As a result, organizations are accepting the fact that at some point their networks will be breached. That is why a shift is now underway toward a more modern strategy – a comprehensive approach that provides the intelligence and real-time analysis needed to see, understand, respond to, and fortify the network against advanced threats and targeted attacks. You need to combine security visibility, security analytics, and real-time intelligence for immediate detection and effective incident response.
A SIEM can detect activity associated with an attack rather than the attack itself by consolidating alert information from around the network simultaneously, real time analysis to identify a sequence of events which together make up an attack.
Incident response teams also need tools that quickly uncover the full source and scope of an attack once it has occurred to reduce time-to-resolution, mitigate ongoing risk and further fortify the network. They need the equivalent of a security camera for the network recording every session and all traffic, providing full network security visibility, advanced network forensics, and real-time content inspection for all network activity. This allows incident response teams to identify and detect advanced malware crossing the network and contain zero-day and advanced targeted attacks. A comprehensive record of all network activity lets you conduct swift forensic investigations, perform proactive incident response and resolve breaches in a fraction of the time.
The vast majority of work and communication is conducted on mobile and wireless devices. Users never even consider using a wired network for accessing resources unless it is as a last resort. This mobile-first mentality has huge implications on the future of IT operations. With the right optimizations, your access layer can be prepared for the transformation to a mobile-first enterprise without causing extreme burden on your existing IT resources. .
Today fortunately the security concerns of the legacy protocols have been largely eliminated and best practices for secure deployment have been developed allowing many wireless deployments to be arguably more secure than their wired counterparts.
If you are looking for a proactive partner to advise you on the latest security threats and help you get the most out of your Check Point investment, I can certainly recommend Camwey.
London based Charity
Network security is critical for us; it is one of the defining areas of our business. The expertise and breadth of knowledge that Camwey has to offer provides us with assurance that the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of our network is of the highest order.
IT Manager – Wealth Management Company (London)
Camwey are like a virtual extension of our in-house team; be it operational issues or project-based activity, they consistently deliver high value services and solutions to our organization.
Network Manager – UK Insurance Company
Camwey have provided excellent consultancy services and have always responded quickly to support queries and issues.
David Moore – Head of IT, Chiltern Railways