GajShield Next Generation Firewall Overview

GajShield Next Generation Firewall is the #30 ranked solution in our list of best firewalls. It is most often compared to Sophos XG: GajShield Next Generation Firewall vs Sophos XG

What is GajShield Next Generation Firewall?

Traditional firewalls commonly serve as the boundary between the Internet and an organization's network. They offer protection based on controlling specific protocols and ports, and restricting traffic to and from specific IP addresses. These days however, most attacks are web-based, easily passing through http (port 80) and https (port 443). Most firewalls are unable to identify malicious applications or traffic passing through these common ports. Next Generation firewall must evolve to effectively defend against these threats.

Customers get, complete and Proactive security with GajShield Next Generation Appliances. GajShield has inbuild default security policy to deny all out bound traffic from local LAN to the internet. It reacts quickly to attacks with intelligent packet filtering that sets policies and hardens customer network defenses dynamically. GajShield has inbuild default security policy to deny all out bound traffic from local LAN to the internet. In today's organization, application, employees, vendors, clients, and security threats fight for the same network resources. It has become difficult for small to medium enterprises to manage their infrastructure as they are unable to distinguish between good traffic v/s bad traffic. Threats or various productive applications have become smarter as they camouflage data transfer using standard internet ports. Current day security products have failed to distinguish and manage such malicious traffic.

GajShield Next Generation Firewall is also known as GajShield NGFW.

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about GajShield Next Generation Firewall pricing:
  • "It was about 15% cheaper compared to Sophos."

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What is our primary use case?

For a recent ERP implementation, we wanted secure connectivity for users who are going to connect via mobile devices to the ERP server. We wanted secure connectivity, that's why we opted for a firewall. The ERP vendor, who is willing to provide support services, we wanted to provide secure connectivity for them also. With VPN-based connectivity, the ERP technical team can provide technical support for any technical issues that we face. Right now, within our company, there are about ten users who use this solution. Currently, our usage is very limited, but over time, I think the usage will… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "GajShield has improved our mobile device-based connectivity."
  • "The firewall configuration and administration screens could use some improvement."

What other advice do I have?

Overall, on a scale from one to ten, I would give GajShield a rating of eight. There are tier-one vendors, tier-two vendors, and tier-three vendors. Personally, I don't consider GajShield to be a tier-one vendor. It is a tier-two vendor. In short, I would not compare GajShield with Cisco, Check Point, or Fortinet because those are very advanced products. As far as tier-two products go, I could only compare GajShield with Sophos. They are about the same, specification-wise. Although I got GajShield for 15% less than the price of Sophos, if they were the same price, I probably would have gone…