Cloud solutions – whether private, public or hybrid – must always have maximum protection. All-round protection for mobile devices based on the state-of-the-art method of anomaly detection offers maximum security for the Internet of Things.
At CeBIT, Deutsche Telekom shows how enterprises can digitize their business processes efficiently, yet securely.
Patented detection methods
Radiflow recognizes industrial control protocols and automation applications. As part of that, the solution offers integrated firewalls that analyze the applications at every endpoint. Technically speaking, it is a hardened Ethernet platform with a unique processor that recognizes applications. CyberX can also be seen at the stand. The system analyzes industrial networks for weaknesses using patented detection methods.
Cybercriminals in the Internet are kept out
The innovative “browser in a box” prevents infection by criminal websites. To ensure that, the browser and Internet access are encapsulated, as it were, in a virtual machine. That means the Internet is isolated from the workplace and cannot transmit infections to the company.
Cyber defense as a service
Users can also learn about the new “Cyber Defense as a Service” concept at Hanover: Telekom’s certified experts clear up security incidents competently. That means enterprises do not have to employ their own security experts and so ease the strain on their budgets without putting security at risk.
Deutsche Telekom at CeBIT
We are presenting that and more at this year’s CeBIT under the slogan “Experience the Digital Transformation.” We look forward to seeing you there at booth C38 in hall 4 from March 20 to 24.