The FireMon solutions provide organizations with continuous, in-depth visibility into and tighter control over network security infrastructure
In order to address the growing security market in India, FireMon establishes its sales and support operations in India by opening offices in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru. FireMon solutions reduce the cost of security management operations and compliance by helping organizations identify, correct and ultimately avoid gaps in their existing network security infrastructure.
Driven by the increasing complexity and rapid change of network access policies – and heightened by the constant threat of breach incidents – today’s enterprise practitioners face significant challenges in retaining visibility into network security enforcement. The FireMon solutions provide organizations with continuous, in-depth visibility into and tighter control over network security infrastructure, that consist of FireMon Security Manager, FireMon Policy Planner, FireMon Policy Optimizer.
“Today enterprise network environments that enlist a complex combination of security management processes and technologies. Understanding the current alignment of network defences is a significant challenge throughout every industry,” said Gagandeep Singh, Regional Sales Manager, India & SAARC, FireMon, “Our solutions allow network security officials to ensure that existing security infrastructure is implemented in the most optimal and secure way. The goal is to help organizations understand their overall risk and security posture and continuously maintain healthy security environments.”
“FireMon believes that better security can be achieved through better management of the security devices and processes deployed across large organizations,” said Gagandeep Singh, Regional Sales Manager, India & SAARC, FireMon, “Through the FireMon suite, we provide the in-depth intelligence and automated workflow that today’s network security practitioners need to make more effective, informed decisions, improving their critical defences while optimizing use of related resources.”