Seattle-based WatchGuard has deployed nearly a million of its integrated, multi-function threat management appliances worldwide, to businesses that range from SMEs to large distributed enterprises. Recognizing an unmet need for a security solution that addresses the rapidly evolving threat landscape, WatchGuard architected its high-throughput, highly scalable, and flexible Fireware® operating system to form the backbone of its products. This platform yields dramatically higher performance at a much lower cost than competitors in environments where multiple security engines are enabled.
Unified Threat Management (UTM) from WatchGuard is the industry’s highest-performing, all-in-one network security platform. That means no compromises. Ever. This is a full-featured, take-no-prisoners, screaming-fast security appliance that scales with your business, fits in your budget, and is easy to distribute across every network you manage.
Ideal for small office/branch office and small retail environments, the Firebox T10, T30 and T50 create a secure network perimeter in remote locations that do not have adequate security protection in place today. Comprehensive Unified Threat Management (UTM) safeguards intellectual property and protects personal data, credit card numbers, and other critical assets from exposure and theft.
WatchGuard® XTM 800 Series network security appliances deliver performance-driven protection for mid-size to large businesses, with up to 14 Gbps firewall throughput and 5.7 Gbps UTM throughput. Flexible management tools include intuitive console, Web UI, and scriptable CLI. Real-time monitoring and rich reporting are included at no additional cost.
Secure your WLAN from today's sophisticated, blended threats with WatchGuard's AP100, AP102 and AP200 wireless access points. By extending best-in-breed security – including application control, intrusion prevention, URL and web content filtering, virus and spam blocking and more – from any XTM or Firebox T10 appliance* to the WLAN, business can harness the power of mobile devices without putting network assets at risk. What's more, security policies can be applied to wired and WLAN resources simultaneously, which is critical to enforcing security standards across an entire network.