IoT Security Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Taradutt Pant says in a Barracuda CloudGen Firewall review
Founder at let's-ConnectIndia
Live monitoring of what is happening inside and with the interfaces, either ingress or egress - this is a good feature of the device. Secondly, most people use enterprise applications remotely, and there is no license for SSL VPN, or in other words point-to-site. There is no limit. On other devices there is a specific limit and you have to pay per use for SSL VPN. Single sign-on is also good. If you are accessing your corporate firewall from your home, during that time there is an integration with the AD. You can use your AD's password to access your SSL VPN. It's not like if you buy a traditional SSL VPN. You have to define a specific password for your remote client application but there is no requirement of defining a specific password - which you would have to request from your admin - or to buy a token which can generate a password for your integration. You can directly integrate with your AD. If you change your password on the AD side, your client-to-VPN password also gets changed. You can integrate all your passwords from a single console. The admin doesn't has to change your password, it's a single sign-on. View full review »
Israel Caravantes says in a Barracuda CloudGen Firewall review
COO at i-Track Systems Development, S.A. de C.V.
Barracuda has a very simple interface, very good security, all the features of the best firewalls in the market, but with a very friendly interface. Something that we've seen that Barracuda, and some other brands also, have. When you program the firewall to detect certain kinds of attacks, Barracuda can detect that kind of attack and automatically insulate, or remove, or encapsulate the very specific IP, if it's internal. And if it's external it just blocks any kind of communication with that specific IP. If you want, Barracuda will warn the security team. If you allow, or release, that IP, it will continue communication. If not, it will block it forever, or until you release it. Internally, we'll remove it until you release also, but we allow the IT team to review what is happening with that particular piece of equipment, a computer, a laptop, a server, any kind of device into which a "back door" can be opened or through which they're trying to get some information. Barracuda can help with that. That is one of the most important features we've seen with Barracuda. I cannot mention the name, due to the NDA that we have signed with a financial company, a financial entity. But we implemented Barracuda with them. Right now they are monitoring all the information that their employees are managing. If an employee tries to get or move a file that is not permitted to them - for example if he wants to copy it to a USB - he will not have the right to do that, because Barracuda manages who has the right to copy, and what you copy to a USB. The USB is encrypted with a specific code from Barracuda and will only be decrypted into any other laptop in the company if they allow it to see it. Even in the network, a feature of Windows is to see how you are sharing files. Barracuda can help you to monitor how you are moving files. When you are sending information to an external email address, Barracuda can warn you when you are trying to access a private or personal email, or trying to upload information; it's not allowing you to do that. That was the biggest feature that that financial entity admired in Barracuda, among others. Easy integration with some other systems like LDAP or Active Directory to manage other permissions and the division of external access and internal access. View full review »
Michael Varga says in a ForeScout CounterACT review
IS-Operations Security Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
* Network Access Control, its core use * Asset Intelligence for deskside * "What port is it plugged into" intelligence for deskside * Patch-level Auditing * Emergency response, risk assessment information to get a view of the vulnerability * "What PC is a user on" for helpdesk/IT security/deskside * Forces PEN Testers to request permission to exist on your network View full review »
RobertoMarinozzi says in a ForeScout CounterACT review
System Engineer at Maticmind S.p.A.
The last two or three versions that have been released on CounterACT Forescout have allowed for the possibility to search for any kind of device. Before that, I could only search for guest domain users. View full review »
VLASIS LOUTAS says in a Barracuda CloudGen Firewall review
Consultant with 51-200 employees
The features I find most valuable is the VPN and the fact that we can apply our policies to the program. View full review »
Anestis Mantzouranis says in a ForeScout CounterACT review
Founder with 1-10 employees
The most valuable features are remote access and administration scripts. View full review »
Hilary Tullier says in a Barracuda CloudGen Firewall review
Business Systems Manager with 201-500 employees
The most valuable features are SD-WAN, URL filtering, IPS, and virus scanning. View full review »
System Engineer at a tech consulting company with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable feature for us is the ability to offer firewall support to our clients. View full review »
Ricardo Martins says in a ForeScout CounterACT review
Network System Administrator at Compugraf
I can create granular policies. This is amazing. I really appreciate the granularity to create policies. View full review »
SystemAdbe1b says in a Barracuda CloudGen Firewall review
System Administrator at a K-12 educational company or school with 201-500 employees
* It is easy to use. * It actually works really well. * Barracuda is very prompt at blocking any new spam which comes out. View full review »
Director854e says in a Barracuda CloudGen Firewall review
Director of IT at Superfeet Worldwide Inc.
* The brand * Agility * Price per performance View full review »
Olugbenro Iluyemi MSOR, CCNA-Security, SENSS, ITIL V3 says in a ForeScout CounterACT review
Network and Security Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
* SNMP Traps on switches * Getting the MAC address of the host from the ARP table of the switch and applying policy. View full review »
Manuel Keller says in a ForeScout CounterACT review
Managing Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Using passive and active methods to learn about the network. Even hybrid parts, like production, can be discovered with the passive method, while the office LAN can be discovered with both. View full review »
* Inbound and outbound traffic analysis * Rule creation wizard * GUI portal * Quality online support View full review »
NetworkAdmin77 says in a Barracuda CloudGen Firewall review
Network Administrator at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
* Ease of use and troubleshooting. * Very easy to quickly identify issues and resolve them. * Add-on features such as Virus Scanning, ATP, and web filtering - These features add another level of protection and block malware before it gets to the end user. * Single device, multiple functions - I do not need to purchase a web application firewall, a proxy server, a VPN device and so many others because these are all built in to this one device. * TINA (Transport Independent Network Architecture) VPN features - Allows automatic VPN configuration with little or no input from the tech. Drag and drop lines between Barracuda units and the VPN is automatically built. View full review »
Dragoslav Vasiljevic says in a Barracuda CloudGen Firewall review
System & Network Engineer at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees
At the moment, the most valuable features are Application Control (Layer 7 filtering) and IPS/IDS. For existing network architecture, we use Barracuda NG Firewall as a border firewall. We use it to control all in/out Internet traffic. View full review »
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