AG Datacom Phils. Inc. selected by Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) to implement Cyberoam, Identity-based Unified Threat Management (UTM)
Pasay, Philippines – Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) selected AG Datacom Phils. Inc. to deliver, install, configure and comission an Identity-based Unified Threat Management (UTM) to protect their network infrastructure from cyber attacks and malicious damage to their IT system. AG Datacom Phils. Inc. delivers Cyberoam with model number, CR500ia.
About Cyberoam CR500ia
Cyberoam Unified Threat Management appliances offer assured security, connectivity and productivity to large enterprises by allowing user identity-based policy controls. Cyberoam’s User Layer 8 Technology treats user-identity as the 8th Layer or the HUMAN layer in the protocol stack. It attaches user identity to security, taking organizations a step ahead of conventional solutions that bind security to IP-addresses. This adds speed to an organization’s security by offering instant visibility into the source of attacks by username rather than IP address – allowing immediate remediation to restore security or allowing proactive security. Layer 8 technology functions along with each of Cyberoam security features to allow creation of identity-based security policies. Cyberoam’s multi-core technology allows parallel processing of all its security features – ensuring security without compromising performance. Its future-ready Extensible Security Architecture (ESA) offers an extensible platform that can grow with the future security needs of an organization without degrading system performance. ESA supports feature enhancements that can be developed rapidly and deployed with minimum efforts.