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Network &
Infrastructure Solutions

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By implementing robust network and infrastructure solutions, organisations can strengthen their cybersecurity posture, protect critical assets and resources, and mitigate the risk of cyber threats and attacks targeting their IT infrastructure and network systems.


Revio can implement network and infrastructure solutions to protect and secure the underlying IT infrastructure and network systems of an organisation.  Our solutions are designed to prevent unauthorised access, detect and respond to security threats, and ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data and resources.

Here are some of the network and infrastructure solutions Revio provides:
  1. Firewalls:
    Firewalls are security devices or software applications that monitor and control incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predetermined security rules. They act as a barrier between trusted internal networks and untrusted external networks, filtering traffic to prevent unauthorised access and block malicious activities such as intrusion attempts, malware downloads, and denial-of-service attacks.


  2. Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDPS):
    IDPS are security solutions that monitor network traffic and system activities in real-time to identify and respond to potential security threats. They detect suspicious behaviour, signs of compromise, and known attack patterns, and can automatically block or mitigate malicious activities to prevent security incidents.


  3. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs):
    VPNs are encrypted network connections that allow users to securely access corporate networks and resources over untrusted networks such as the internet. VPNs provide confidentiality and privacy by encrypting data in transit, preventing eavesdropping and interception by unauthorised parties.


  4. Network Access Control (NAC):
    NAC solutions enforce security policies and controls to restrict access to network resources based on user identity, device health, and compliance status. They authenticate and authorise users and devices before granting access to the network, ensuring that only trusted and compliant devices can connect.


  5. Network Segmentation:
    Network segmentation divides a network into smaller, isolated segments or zones to minimise the impact of security breaches and contain lateral movement by attackers. It helps enforce the principle of least privilege by restricting access to sensitive resources and limiting the scope of potential security incidents.


  6. Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS):
    IPS are security appliances or software applications that monitor network traffic for malicious activities and automatically block or prevent known threats from reaching their intended targets. IPS complement firewalls by providing deeper inspection and analysis of network traffic to identify and stop advanced threats.


  7. Secure Configuration Management:
    Secure configuration management involves hardening and configuring network devices, servers, and infrastructure components according to industry best practices and security standards. It includes disabling unnecessary services, applying security patches and updates, and configuring access controls to minimise the attack surface and reduce vulnerabilities.


  8. Network Encryption:
    Network encryption secures data in transit by encrypting network communications between devices and endpoints. It prevents unauthorised interception and eavesdropping by encrypting data packets, ensuring confidentiality and integrity of sensitive information transmitted over the network.


  9. Security Information and Event Management (SIEM):
    SIEM solutions collect, correlate, and analyse log and event data from various sources across the network to detect and respond to security incidents. They provide real-time visibility into network activities, generate alerts on suspicious behaviour, and enable forensic analysis and incident response.


  10. Network Monitoring and Logging:
    Network monitoring and logging solutions capture and record network traffic, system events, and security-related activities for analysis, auditing, and forensic investigation. They help detect anomalies, identify security incidents, and facilitate compliance with regulatory requirements by maintaining a comprehensive audit trail of network activities.

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