Elitetele.com has introduced a suite of unified threat management (UTM) solutions, including next generation firewalls, for IT teams struggling to secure a rapidly-evolving IT landscape.
Elite has committed itself to working with global leader and high performance network security firm, Fortinet, to bring enhanced firewall services to the market.
Matt Newing says: “Security risks to business systems are expanding at a rapid rate and going undetected by even the best IT teams. Our next generation managed firewalls will offer complete protection against these continually evolving threats.”
During 2013 there was a ten-fold increase in daily malware attacks, 20 million incidents involving the ZeuS Trojan, 1,800 new virus families targeting the Android platform alone and up to 700 million spam messages a month.
Elite will now also offer customers comprehensive penetration testing that will test all network defences and provide a full report on the vulnerabilities discovered, as well as a 24/7 expert Security Operations Centre managed from Elite’s recently acquired, highly secure new data centre.
“IT teams worry about losing control of IT, as employees all over the business connect personal devices to the company network, download software and applications and turn to cloud services,” said CEO Matt Newing. “Gartner estimates that by 2017, marketing will spend more on technology than the IT department. Yet it’s the hard-pressed IT professionals that will still need to protect everything, and keep employees and company data safe from data-breaches and cyber-attack. We’re here to make that job easier.”
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