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Next-Generation Intrustion Prevention System (NGIPS)

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Network security for the threats you face

Get better protection against today’s sophisticated attacks. Stop more threats, gain more insight into your environment, and protect your digital business initiatives. Cisco Firepower Next-Generation IPS (NGIPS) threat appliances combine superior visibility, embedded security intelligence, automated analysis, and industry-leading threat effectiveness.

NGIPS features and benefits

Real-time contextual awareness

If you can’t see it, you can’t protect it. Gain deep insight into your network devices, applications, users, operating systems, files, and more. Use this information to better understand network behavior, identify out-of-compliance situations, and evaluate intrusion events.

Advanced threat protection

Address known and unknown threats through fully integrated advanced malware protection (AMP) and sandboxing solutions. Rapidly detect, block, contain, and remediate advanced threats. Our median time to detection (MTTD) is an industry-leading 13 hours.

Global threat intelligence

Get up-to-the-minute threat protection through Cisco’s worldwide threat visibility and analysis organization. Their efforts result in more than 35,000 vulnerability-focused IPS rules, advanced malware detections, and embedded IP-based, URL-based, and DNS-based security intelligence.

Intelligent security automation

Correlate threat events with the intended target’s vulnerabilities to prioritize the threats that matter most. Analyze your network vulnerabilities to identify needed security policies. Associate users with our intrusion events to speed investigations. Do more with less staff.

High-performance appliances

Cisco Firepower (4100 Series and 9000 Series) and FirePOWER (7000 Series and 8000 Series) appliances are purpose-built to provide the right throughput, modular design, and carrier-class scalability. They incorporate a low-latency, single-pass design and include fail-to-wire interfaces.