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Secure Web Gateway

Timus gateways have built-in antivirus, operating within the network level to preserve resources on the endpoint and act as a second layer of protection.

Additional security with SSL inspection

Automatic malicious site blocking enabled by default

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Timus uses AES-256 encryption, and is SOC 2 Type 2 and ISO 27001 compliant.

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Hackers deploy a plethora of different tactics. Two of the most common ones are phishing and social engineering with the end goal of stealing a user's credentials, or other sensitive information such as social security numbers or credit card numbers. Some other tactics include sneaking in malware or ransomware into attachments or websites, denial of service (DoS), or man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks used for intercepting public Wi-Fi networks.

While not clicking on links or files that one doesn't recognize is still very important, it is becoming more and more difficult to recognize phishing sites by the naked eye. A company must implement zero-trust-network-access policies to prevent hackers gaining access to the network via stolen/phished user credentials.

An up-to-date endpoint protection software along with regular security trainings are key. In addition, consider using a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solution. For example Timus provides secure, always-on connectivity to company resources and SaaS apps from wherever the users might be accessing them from, be it an airport, a coffee shop,