FireEye NX protects against the types of advanced malware, zero-day and targeted APT attacks that evade signature-based and policy-based defences (such as next-gen firewalls, IPS and anti-virus) to compromise corporate and Government networks.

Available from and supported by Phoenix Datacom,  the FireEye Network Threat Prevention Platform (NX) integrates inbound and outbound protection in a turnkey system that deploys in minutes for rapid security ROI.

Updated with new threat intelligence every 60 minutes, NX employs the most sophisticated virtual execution engine in the world to detect and block advanced, unknown malware as well as block known malware and its outbound transmissions.

NX analyses all suspicious web objects including flash, PDFs, images, multimedia and ZIP/RAR/TNEF archive files by opening the files within the virtual execution engines running multiple different versions of operating systems to verify if the content is malicious or safe.



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As a FireEye Gold partner with numerous NX integrations under our belt, we have enabled many of our customers to prevent highly-targeted attacks from gaining access to their critical networks and information.

For more information, please contact your Phoenix Datacom Account Manager or contact us using the enquiry form or telephone number at the top of this page.

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