Intrusion Protection System and Web Content Filtering constantly updated by D-Link’s global sensor grid with Kaspersky Labs providing anti-virus signatures.
SYDNEY, Aust. — August 8, 2011
D-Link Australia & New Zealand, the end-to-end networking solutions provider for business and consumers, today introduced the™ Unified Threat Management ( ) , providing small to mid-sized businesses with comprehensive defence against virus attacks, unauthorised intrusions and harmful content.
The D-Linkis the latest addition to D-Link’s family designed to protect small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) from a wide variety of network threats. It includes the same comprehensive security features as the DFL-860E NetDefend™ released earlier this year but with capacities and pricing to suit smaller businesses.
The new UTM firewall provides integrated policy-based routing, Network Address Translation, Virtual Private Network (VPN), proactive network security, Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), Web Content Filtering, Anti-Virus Protection, traffic load balancing and bandwidth management in one rack-mountable chassis.
The firewall’s hardware is designed to increase performance, and a web surfing control database contains millions of URLs for Web Content Filtering. Real-time IPS, anti-virus and URL database update services protect the network from application exploits, network worms, malicious code attacks, and provide everything needed to manage employee Internet access behaviour.
The firewall supports e-mail alerts, system log, consistency checks and real-time statistics.’s network management features include Remote Management, Bandwidth Control Policies, URL/Keyword Blocking, Access Policies and SNMP. For network monitoring, the
Maintaining an effective defence requires that all three databases used by the UTM firewall are kept up to date. To provide a robust defence, D-Link offers optional 12-month NetDefend Firewall UTM Services subscriptions which include distinct NetDefend service updates for IPS, Anti-Virus and Web Content Filtering (free three-month trials are also available).