The Stonesoft Security Engine (NGN) is the dynamic platform behind Stonesoft’s military-grade security products. It changes how network security is delivered. Unlike traditional security products, the Security Engine delivers the adaptability, agility and scalability of a service.
With unified software design, comprehensive management and powerful self-customization features, the Security Engine is a single next generation solution capable of multiple product roles, including FW, VPN, IPS and UTM. You have the power to flexibly deploy network security where, when and how you need it.
MEETS YOUR CHANGING NEEDS
The Security Engine (NGN) is one single solution that fits any type of business – and it can be reconfigured quickly and easily depending on your future needs. It can adapt to be a virtual, physical or software solution and gives you the confidence of military-grade security – whatever the scale of your deployment.
THE SECURITY CHAMELEON
The Stonesoft Security Engine (NGN) is the first-of-its-kind and can be configured to several different product modes – including a traditional or next generation firewall, traditional or next generation IPS, layer 2 firewall, Evasion Prevention System (EPS), VPN or UTM solution. You can change the role of your security anytime according your business requirements.
GET OFF THE INVESTMENT MERRY GO-ROUND
Do you need to quickly reconfigure your security because of business growth? No problem. The Security Engine saves you time and money with its adaptability– and is also automatically updated to protect against new security threats. High usability, and the fact that all new core functionalities are made available to existing users without hefty extra fees, helps to slash operating costs.
BUNDLING IS NOT ENOUGH, HIGH PERFORMANCE NEEDS REAL INTEGRATION
The Stonesoft NGN platform is not like multi-function products with bolt-on technologies from competitors. We have innovatively created one unified software design so that all security product roles work seamlessly together. The end result is that CPU processing capacity is not a bottleneck and parallel DFA handling scales easily as inspection volume increases.