SOLUTIONS FOR MOBILE INTERNET
New security services for telecommunications and Internet service providers
Fired up by increasingly intelligent devices, apps and next-generation infrastructures that can supply more data at higher speeds, mobile broadband use continues to surge.
At the same time, the importance of security is increasing. Faced with the complex attack scenarios that are part of the age of networks, traditional antivirus solutions just cannot provide enough protection anymore. Already in mid-2014 Brian Dye, Senior Vice President for Information Security, at Symantec prophesied the end of classic antivirus protection:
Multiple security analyzers (a combination of current security filters) ensure security according to the industry standard and initiate active countermeasures against current attack waves at any time.
Due to this combination of high-end security features, a level of security found in enterprise environments is possible in Secucloud ECS2 that is unmatched to date.
By combining the range of security systems in the ECS2 architecture with a global security cloud infrastructure, companies receive a powerful, scalable solution, which ensures comprehensive security in real time for every device, in every location.
The effective security services that Secucloud uses to protect the providers’ customers are based on the innovative, cloud-based ECS2 solution. With this at hand, mobile network operators or Internet service providers can play a decisive role in protecting their customers against malware or unwanted harmful content. For the first time ever with the Elastic Cloud Security System (ECS2), Secucloud offers centrally-controlled, modular cloud security services for all of the end user’s devices.
AV-TEST, an independent testing institute, honored this new security concept with the Innovation Award 2016.
The Secucloud Security Suites are composed of different modules that are part of the ECS2 Core Security Platform as security services. These provide Web, file or application specific protection and are classified according to their security strength.
The ECS2 Suites differ in three packages (which can not be divided into smaller ECS2 modules):