Cloud Firewall

Australian based cyber-threat protection

Protect your distributed & remote work force from targeted cyber attacks & zero day threats

Stop Targeted Cyber Attacks and protect your remote and Distributed workforce with an award winning Cyber Security provider.

Defend your business, IP, Client Personal Data and Financial information from targeted attacks using Physical and Virtual Firewalls.

Next Telecom can help you gain advanced threat protection from Cyber Criminals. Discover and block known and unknown cyber attackers including never seen before Malware, Ransomware and Zero Day exploits in real time. At the same time trim costs and protect your inboxes with email security designed to block phishing, malware, ransomware and malicious URLs entering your platforms.

The threat is real for Australian businesses. Next Telecom can help protect your business from Cyber Criminals & Cyber Security Threats.


Next Generation Cloud Firewalls & Cyber Security threat protection with Fortinet

Protect your business from persistent & sophisticated cyber criminals

Centrally manage security for a distributed workforce on the road or WFH

Manage and protect your business from ever evolving Zero Day Threats

Operate with Zero Trust Security Principles

Cost effective Unified Threat management capabilities

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What is a Cyber Security Threat?

A Cyber Security threat is a digital threat to your personal information, Intellectual Property, Financial Information, Client Data or Cloud Managed Equipment & networks. Cyber Threats are most commonly introduced to a network through infected email or email file attachments.

Attacks don't stop at the office door. The traditional network security perimeter fence is broken.

Your users have left the building and are working from home, meaning their traffic goes directly to their applications over the open Internet, by passing your security layers altogether.

When your workforce is dispersed and mobile, this amplifies the challenges of modern network security. Deploying stacks of security appliances in individual branch offices is both costly, complex and no longer a meaningful solution.

The only solution to secure your distributed workforce is to deploy a Cloud Firewall with persistent and by the minute threat updates.

Next Telecom is an Australian based award winning Fortinet partner who can help with years of experience with Cyber protection for Aussie businesses.

Don't be the next hacking headline victim.

The hacking threat to privately owned and government departments is a continual source of news. Don't let your business be an embarrassing headline.

The only way you can protect your business is with a fully integrated Next Generation Cloud Firewall installed on all devices that are using the company network including mobiles, tablets and laptops. Inspect all of your network traffic, regardless of user location - including hard to inspect SSL traffic.

Take advantage of our Cloud Threat detection capability where any threat detected anywhere in our Cloud is immediately blocked for all users.

For business with SD-WAN and a distributed work force, a Cloud Firewall further enhances the remote management capabilities of the SD-WAN.

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Protect your business from new and persistent Data Security threats

Account Takeover - Attackers pose as genuine customers to gain entry to an account and then reuse the credentials to commit further fraud.

Bill Fraud - This is where Cyber Criminals insert alternative payment details to divert payments away from the legitimate account.

Brute Force Attacks - Attackers use bots to attempt millions of log ins until the correct one is found, and then use these details to gain entry to account and personal information that can be used in other attacks.

DDoS Attack - Is where the attackers seek to make a website, machine or network inaccessible to the business users by flooding networks with traffic from multiple sites that will render it inoperable or cause it to crash.

IOT Threats - Criminals exploit vulnerabilities in connected IOT devices with malware to gain access to the device or network so they can steal IP or monitor usage for malicious purposes.

Network Sniffing - Attackers place a sniffer on a network that allows them to monitor a device or hardware that is plugged into the network and track passwords and passcodes.

Macro Viruses - Are viruses that are often spread through phishing emails containing attachments. Once executed the Malware jumps to other documents and is then spread again whenever an innocent user opens what would normally be a legitimate document.

Phishing - What looks to be a legitimate message compels you to open a malicious attachment or link that leads you to web pages impersonating genuine sites.

Ransomware - Criminals attempt to install malware on to your network devices. Once installed it prompts a pop up directing the user to a website advising them that their files are encrypted and can only be unlocked if a ransom is paid.

Spyware - Once installed on your devices, spyware will track and capture web activity, capture bank log in details and can be used to steal your identity.

Zero Day Exploit - Criminals use sophisticated software to access your devices using a flaw or vulnerability in legitimate software to access your data and steal it. Once identified these flaws are usually patched fairly quickly so the term Zero refers to the same day window in which the flaw can be exploited.

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Manage threats from a central pane with access to all networked device data

What is the Zero Trust security model?

Zero Trust is a security model that assumes your corporate firewall is breached. The network is assumed to be hostile. In this hostile network, each and every request is verified (authenticated, authorised and encrypted) as if it were on an open network.

By explicit verification, assuming network breach and using least privileged access, the Zero Trust approach sets out to secure data and productivity without holding your workforce back

Protect your remote working employees with secure access to corporate resources

With today's distributed workforce using a variety of devices, apps and networks, it is crucial to ensure that your staff, data and financial information are protected.

What are the Zero Trust Principles?

Assume - Assume the network is breached. Never trust, always verify

Implement - Implement least privileged access

Authenticate - Authenticate and authorize every user, device and request

Dynamically Update - Use all available analytics to dynamically adapt and update policies to reflect the changing environment

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