Government networks are popular cyber-crime targets.Leaders of government are increasingly tasked with managing the cybersecurity risks to their enterprises and breaches can result in national security disasters.
Cyber Border Control™ (CBC™) solutions from PacketViper provide the ultimate network border protection for federal networks and critical infrastructure. PacketViper CBC™ lets you point & click on all key components of the IP including company, country, network space & port. This uses filtering logic and traffic rules to create a virtually impenetrable network border and create treacherous paths for connections working outside of normal operating ranges. All of this can be done in both directions.
PacketViper Cyber Border Control™ is cost effective and augments security solutions such as the firewall, SIEM, IDS & IPS. These existing security solutions benefit from PacketViper reducing as much as 70% of the illegitimate network traffic. PacketViper improves visibility and control at the border both inbound and outbound.
CBC™ solutions from PacketViper allow government network managers to easily comply with the 2017 US Executive Order on Cybersecurity.
Aligned with National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) Framework
The 2017 US executive order on cybersecurity requires all federal agencies to adopt the NIST framework for improving critical infrastructure cybersecurity. PacketViper Cyber Border Control™ provides practical, easy to implement, high impact solutions that are well aligned with the NIST Framework Core Functions:
Using PacketViper Cyber Border Control™ the network border defense is configured to defend the network, trap and gather intelligence on threat sources. Users can also deploy the PacketViper Virtual Minefield Zone™ / VMZ to further enhance cyber border defense and control.
CBC™ solutions are cost-effective and well aligned with the recent cybersecurity executive order of the United States President. PacketViper CBC™ provides an easy and intuitive way to meet the key directives of the most recent executive order on cybersecurity: