With our multi-million pound test house facility equipped with stateful traffic and malware generation capabilities, our Engineers can simulate your networked environment.

This demonstrates how the cyber-security, performance monitoring and network visibility solutions you have under consideration will cope when deployed.

 

We can help with:

  • Minimising the number of inline devices (bumps in the wire) to achieve your required security and performance levels

  • Identifying unforeseen compatibility issues and realistic throughput performance to verify vendor datasheet claims

  • Testing interoperability between critical inline security layers and automatic failover scenarios.

Customers can use our test facility for projects they wish to run by themselves, as well as long-term initiatives and scenarios that require exclusive use and professional testing services from our dedicated Engineers.

Common requirements include:

  • Finding the DDoS Mitigation solution most-appropriate to the needs of your organisation

  • Evaluating the best Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) for throughput, ability to locate and stop advanced malware, and to inspect VLAN-tagged or encrypted traffic

  • Assessing new potential network fabrics (Switches, Routers, NAT Routers, WiFi Networks etc) are able to deliver the latency, precision time propagation and throughput demands of your organisation

  • Honing-in on the Deep Packet Capture and Forensic Analysis solutions that deliver your organisation’s cyber-security needs and compliance obligations.

Our services also enable you to quickly verify configuration scenarios for real-world performance to deploy new solutions with confidence.

 

More information

To talk to us about how our professional and managed services can help alleviate your challenges, please contact your Phoenix Datacom Account Manager, call us on (01296) 397711 or complete the contact form below:

 

 



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