Juniper Networks unveils security application for data centre

Security

by CBR Staff Writer| 26 February 2013

To provide security against data exfiltration, website outages and other serious threats

Juniper Networks has unveiled security products for data centre environments, which claimed to allow enterprises and service providers to provide security against data exfiltration, website outages and other serious threats.

The product will come with Junos Spotlight Secure service which is a global attacker intelligence service to identify individual devices and stop attacks.

Junos Spotlight Secure is a cloud-based global attacker intelligence service that recognises individual attackers at the device level, creates a fingerprint of attacker devices based on over 200 attributes and blocks the attackers, while sharing the attacker profiles with other subscribers to provide advanced real-time security for multiple networks.

Junos WebApp Secure is installed in front of application servers behind the firewall, integrates security intelligence from other sources provided by the Junos Spotlight Secure global attacker intelligence service to mitigate threats.

In addition, Junos WebApp Secure uses the Intrusion Deception technology to misdirect and mislead attackers while profiling and fingerprinting them.

Juniper Networks SRX Series Services Gateways combined with Junos WebApp Secure to block attackers that are identified at the security perimeter, blocks botnets and large scale web attacks.

Junos DDoS Secure will deliver an automated DDoS protection system for websites and web applications by using a behaviour-based approach to DDoS mitigation that offers protection up to 40Gb/s for high-volume attacks, low-and-slow application attacks with less false positives.

The application can be deployed either as a hardware appliance or as a virtual machine in private, public, or hybrid cloud environments.

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