Secure Enterprise Network Connectivity


In this solution set, we ensure that your enterprise network works efficiently and securely. We work with technologies like NGFW, SDWAN, VPN, ZTNA and Secure WIFI to provide solutions to secure your enterprise.

Next Generation Firewalls (NGFW)

Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFW) are an advanced type of firewall that provide more sophisticated threat detection and prevention capabilities than traditional firewalls. NGFWs incorporate advanced security features such as intrusion prevention systems (IPS), deep packet inspection, and application-level awareness, to detect and block advanced threats such as malware, ransomware, and zero-day attacks.

NGFWs also provide advanced policy controls, such as user-based policies and application-level policies, to give organizations more granular control over network traffic. NGFWs are a critical component of modern network security, providing advanced threat detection and prevention capabilities that help organizations protect their network and data from increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks.


Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is a network architecture that enables organizations to optimize their wide area network (WAN) connectivity by using software to control the routing of network traffic. SD-WAN solutions use software to dynamically route network traffic across multiple WAN connections, such as broadband, LTE, or MPLS, based on the performance and availability of each connection.

This approach improves network performance and reduces costs by leveraging multiple connections and reducing reliance on expensive, dedicated MPLS links.

SD-WAN solutions also provide security features, such as encryption and firewalls, to protect network traffic and prevent unauthorized access.

One of the key capabilities of SD-WAN is its ability to prioritize application traffic based on business needs and network conditions. SD-WAN solutions use application-aware routing and Quality of Service (QoS) policies to ensure that critical applications receive the necessary bandwidth and network resources. This approach helps to optimize application performance and improve the user experience. SD-WAN solutions can also dynamically adjust application prioritization based on network conditions, such as congestion or packet loss, to ensure that critical applications continue to receive the necessary resources.

ZTNA (Next Generation VPN)

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is a security model that assumes that all network traffic is untrusted, and requires all users and devices to be authenticated and authorized before granting access to applications or resources. ZTNA solutions provide secure access to applications and resources by using granular policies and micro-segmentation to control access to specific resources based on the user’s identity, device posture, and other contextual information. This approach improves security by reducing the attack surface and limiting the potential impact of a security breach. ZTNA solutions also provide visibility and analytics to help organizations identify and respond to potential security threats in real-time. ZTNA is a powerful security model that provides secure access to applications and resources while reducing the risk of security breaches.

Secure Wifi

To provide a secure Wi-Fi network in an office, our solution implement a comprehensive wireless security solution that incorporates the following features:

Network Segmentation: Segmentation of the Wi-Fi network into separate subnets using VLANs helps to limit the scope of a potential security breach and improve network performance.

Authentication and Encryption: Wi-Fi networks use WPA2 or WPA3 encryption and require users to authenticate using strong passwords or other multi-factor authentication methods.

Access Control: we implement access controls to restrict network access to authorized users and devices. This can include MAC address filtering, client certificate-based authentication, and user authentication using RADIUS servers.

Guest Access: Guest Wi-Fi access should be isolated from the main network and provided with a separate SSID, authentication method, and network access policy to limit exposure to potential security risks.

Network Monitoring and Management: Network monitoring tools are used to detect and respond to security threats in real-time. IT administrators should also regularly update the firmware and security patches for all Wi-Fi access points and controllers.

Our secure Wi-Fi network in an office incorporates these features to ensure that the network is secure, reliable, and available to authorized users and devices.