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The latest 2017 NSS Labs NGFW test results reveals many NGFWs may be vulnerable to evasions. Does your current firewall or IPS protect against AETs?

  • Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 at 10:30 AM EDT (14:30:00 UTC)
  • Jim Fulton
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  • Forcepoint LLC

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Overview

The 2017 NSS Labs NGFW Test reports that many of the leading next generation firewalls are vulnerable to Advanced Evasion Techniques (AETs) that can let exploits and malware (including aggressive ransomware attacks like WannaCry) to into your network undetected.

You can see how well your firewalls and IPS defenses stand up to evasions with Evader, the world's premier software-based testing environment for evasions.

Evader by Forcepoint is designed to test network security appliances from many different vendors to see how well they defend against AETs. With Evader, you can:

  • Launch controlled AET-borne attacks at network security devices
  • Interactively combine and adjust evasions
  • See the results immediately

Join this webinar to see a demo of Evader

Note: Evader is not a hacking tool or a penetration test intended to transmit arbitrary exploits. It is offered solely for testing, and is not used against systems in somebody else's environment. Evader tests if a known exploit can be delivered - using AETs - through security devices you specify to a target host.

Speaker Bio

Jim Fulton

Jim Fulton heads the Network Security Product Marketing team at Forcepoint and has been involved in the development and evangelism of enterprise networking, security, and access products for more than 20 years. He has worked in many different parts of the security industry and was instrumental at companies such as Qualys (vulnerability management), Digital Persona (biometric authentication), Greenborder (browser virtualization, sold to Google), and Critical Path (identity management). He holds a BS in Computer Science from MIT.

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