Network Security

Network Security

7sky Technology Network Security solutions protects against known and unknown advanced attacks with strategic approach, conventional intrusion prevention system (IPS) and intelligence-driven detection. this permits faster detection, more accurate alerts and reduced noise. Identifying threats with traditional security solutions can’t allows you to specialise in alerts that pose a real threat and reduce the operational cost of false positives.

Cloud Services

Security professionals know that indiscriminate detection and prevention isn't good enough; organizations got to be ready to quickly answer and share information about attacks to stop serious data loss. And with the add-on Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Intercept appliance, you'll increase your visibility into SSL traffic to detect and block encrypted attacks.

Message confidentiality

  • It means the content of a message when transmitted across a network must remain confidential, i.e. only the intended receiver and nobody else should be ready to read the message.
  • The users; therefore, want to encrypt the message they send in order that an eavesdropper on the network won't be ready to read the contents of the message.

Message Integrity

  • It means the info must reach the destination with none adulteration i.e. exactly because it was sent.
  • There must be no changes during transmission, neither accidentally nor maliciously.
  • Integrity of a message is ensured by attaching a checksum to the message.
  • The algorithm for generating the checksum ensures that an intruder cannot alter the checksum or the message.

Message Authentication

  • In message authentication the receiver needs to be .sure of the sender's identity i.e. the receiver has to make sure that the actual sender is the same as claimed to be.

Message non-reproduction

  • Non-repudiation means a sender must not be ready to deny sending a message that it actually sent.
  • The burden of proof falls on the receiver.
  • Non-reproduction isn't only in respect of the ownership of the message; the receiver must prove that the contents of the message also are an equivalent because the sender sent.
  • Non-repudiation is achieved by authentication and integrity mechanisms.

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