Secure Web Gateway Benefits
Protect users from zero-day web threats, no matter their location, and ensure strict compliance with policies, without slowing down users.
Protect Against Zero-Day Web Threats
Ensure Productive Web Browsing
Protect Off-Network Users
Gain Visibility of User Web Activity
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SECURE USER WEB BROWSING USING SECURE WEB GATEWAY
Prevent zero-day web threats from damaging your network and empower users to browse productively
SECURE WEB GATEWAY HALTS EMERGING WEB THREATS
78% of people claim to know the risks associated with clicking unknown links and yet still click these links. Secure Web Gateway protects employees from zero-day web threats to ensure safe and productive web browsing. Employees can freely browse the web with confidence that their actions on the web cannot harm their corporate network.
Prevent damage from zero-day web threats and allow users to run web files without harm
Apply and monitor web browsing rules for users that are in the office, remote or mobile
Customize Category and Security Rules for various user-based groups within your company
MANAGE EMPLOYEE WEB BROWSING
EMPOWER SECURE WEB BROWSING
Comodo Secure Web Gateway enables businesses of all sizes to easily monitor, control and protect employee web browsing 24/7/365.
WHY CHOOSE OUR
SECURE WEB GATEWAY SERVICES
Executed unknown web files are instantly wrapped in Comodo’s Auto-Containment,
restricting threats of the critical system resources they need to harm the network.
Filter content based on 60+ content categories
Instantly run all unknown executables without damaging endpoints
Define groups by user, department, location and mobility
Fully inspect encrypted web traffic
Forward traffic using a simple agent
Protect all employees and offices, regardless of their location
Block content by true file-type, hash, source and category
Gain visibility of all web activity through custom reports
Protect your network against all web-borne threats and enforce productive user web browsing in minutes.
Protect users from zero-day malicious email traffic and remove spam before it enters your network.
Detection & Response
Outsource the management of your networks and endpoints to Comodo to prevent breaches.
Unlike traditional firewalls, which restrict network traffic at the IP and port levels, SWGs inspect and analyse web traffic, including encrypted data (e.g., HTTPS). SWGs can restrict access to specific websites, applications, or content, as well as guard against malware, phishing, and other advanced threats that can circumvent a standard firewall.
Yes, many SWGs employ sophisticated threat prevention technologies such as sandboxing, behavioural analysis, and machine learning to detect and block zero-day threats, which are new or previously undisclosed malware and attack methodologies that standard antivirus solutions may not detect.
Many SWG systems are offered as cloud-based services, delivering the same level of security as on-premises deployments while providing benefits such as lower infrastructure costs, better management, and scalability.
While scanning and filtering web traffic may cause some latency, new SWG solutions are designed to reduce this impact. Many SWGs use techniques like caching, traffic filtering, and load balancing to improve speed and provide a consistent user experience.
When a user tries to access a forbidden website or application, the SWG usually shows a configurable message or redirect page telling the user that the content is restricted due to company policy or security concerns.
While it is difficult to circumvent a correctly setup SWG, determined attackers or users may try to avoid detection by using VPNs, proxy servers, or other tactics. Updating your SWG with the most recent threat intelligence on a regular basis, keeping stringent access rules, and monitoring network traffic can all assist to reduce the danger of bypass attempts.
Yes, several SWGs can inspect HTTPS traffic by decrypting SSL/TLS. This enables the SWG to examine encrypted communications for threats or policy breaches, adding an extra layer of security. However, when decrypting communications, organisations should be cautious of privacy problems and legal ramifications, especially when sensitive data is involved.
By filtering and monitoring web traffic, enforcing data loss prevention rules, and providing complete reporting and auditing capabilities, SWGs can help organisations stay in compliance with various data protection standards. These elements aid in the protection of sensitive data and the adherence of the organisation to the appropriate security requirements.
The majority of SWG solutions have a centralised management portal or dashboard that allows administrators to see real-time online traffic, policy enforcement, threat detection, and system performance. Administrators can then make changes, respond to incidents, and generate reports as needed.
Many SWGs have the ability to interact with other security solutions such as SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) systems, next-generation firewalls, endpoint protection platforms, and threat intelligence feeds. This integration enables a more complete and unified security strategy, as well as improved threat detection and response capabilities.
An SWG can assist organisations of all sizes and industries. An SWG can give valuable security and control over web traffic for a small business wishing to safeguard its network from malware and phishing assaults, a school district enforcing acceptable use regulations, or a large enterprise with demanding regulatory requirements.
It is vital to keep your SWG up to date with the most recent threat intelligence, software patches, and security features in order to ensure effective protection. Most SWG solutions offer automatic updates and may be configured to receive threat intelligence feeds from trustworthy sources, ensuring that your SWG is constantly prepared to defend against new and emerging threats.
The price of a SWG solution varies depending on criteria such as the number of users, the kind of deployment (on-premises vs. cloud-based), and the exact features and capabilities included. Pricing schemes may include subscription-based,