WatchGuard Technologies announced the release of the Firebox T35-R. This industrially hardened, network security appliance allows midmarket businesses, distributed enterprises, and the managed service providers that support them, to extend WatchGuard’s industry-leading security services and performance beyond traditional office and data center settings to protect against malware, intrusions and other threats in the industry’s harshest environments.
WatchGuard® Technologies announced a series of major updates to its threat correlation and response platform, ThreatSync, with the latest release of Threat Detection and Response. These enhancements include accelerated breach detection, network process correlation and AI-powered threat analysis, enabling managed service providers and the organizations they support to reduce breach detection and containment timeframes from months to minutes.
WatchGuard Technologies announced version 12.3 of its Fireware® operating system for its Firebox Unified Security Platform™ appliances. Key to this update are added dynamic path selection capabilities that allow organizations to optimize WAN resources across complex, distributed networks while securing branch locations with a UTM platform focused on defense in depth. Businesses and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) can utilize this new SD-WAN functionality to seamlessly upgrade site-based security.
Latest version of Fireware operating system introduces new IntelligentAV service for malware detection. WatchGuard Technologies announced version 12.2 of its Fireware® operating system for its Firebox® Unified Security Platform™ appliances. Key to the update is IntelligentAV™, a new antivirus scan service that uses an artificial intelligence (AI) engine to predict, detect and block constantly evolving zero day malware. IntelligentAV joins Threat Detection and Response (TDR), Gateway AntiVirus, and APT Blocker as an additional layer of industry-leading malware defense on the Firebox platform.