March 2005
Computer Security Update;Mar2005, p3
The article reports that SonicWALL Inc. has introduced the TZ 150, the world's first small business firewall supporting gateway anti-virus and intrusion prevention. The TZ 150 provides protection from viruses, worms, Trojans and other content-based attacks in an integrated security solution for small networks, delivering an exceptional combination of security, affordability, and ease-of use. The TZ 150 from SonicWALL, a leading provider of integrated security, productivity and mobility solutions, presents a single point for filtering undesirable network traffic. Extending SonicWALL's award-winning TZ appliance series, the TZ 150 combines virtual private network and firewall capabilities with powerful gateway anti-virus and intrusion prevention, content filtering and enforced anti-virus in single, compact device. Building on SonicWALL's deep-packet inspection architecture, the TZ 150 can be easily managed remotely as part of a multi-firewall and virtual private network environment using SonicWALL's industry-leading Global Management System (GMS). The remote provisioning and management capabilities of GMS make SonicWALL's entire product range, including the TZ 150, important offerings for Internet service providers, managed security service providers, and distributed networks such as retail chains.


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