Huawei SDSec NIP6000 Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention Systems New!
The NIP6000 series is an intrusion prevention product developed by Huawei. It provides application and traffic security for enterprise networks, Internet Data Centers (IDCs), and campus networks.
The NIP6000 extends the functions of traditional intrusion prevention products to provide better application and service security. Details are as follows:
Standard intrusion prevention functions
The NIP6000 provides vulnerability- and threat-facing signature databases for detecting and blocking attacks.
Application awareness and application-layer threat prevention
The NIP6000 defends against application-specific attacks and is capable of identifying, managing, and controlling network applications. Administrators can manage and control applications by configuring security and traffic policies in addition to port-, protocol-, and service-based policies.
Based on asset information (including asset types, asset values, and operating systems), the NIP6000 evaluates risks of attack events, marks attack events with risk levels, and provides event results for administrators. Administrators can configure intrusion prevention policies based on asset information and applications to defend against specific attacks.
Unknown threat detection
The NIP6000 interworks with a sandbox to detect new network attacks, such as APT and zero-day attacks.
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