For full specifications, please see the ThreatARMOR datasheet.

Características Clave
  • Brinda rendimiento en línea completo
  • Elimina un 30% de los intentos de conexión que generan alertas y brinda 15 veces la rentabilidad de la inversión en un solo año.
  • Updates threat data every 5 minutes with cloud-based Application Threat Intelligence (ATI) feed
  • Delivers clear on-screen proof of malicious activity for any blocked sites
  • Ofrece registros dentro y fuera del paquete respecto a las conexiones o los eventos de sistema bloqueados
  • Features easy 30-minute setup, with no ongoing tuning or maintenance required
  • Provides an intuitive, on-screen dashboard displaying blocked sites, countries of origin, and statistics

Block up to 80% of Malicious Traffic—Including Botnets and Ransomware


IT security teams try to sift through the mountains of SIEM alerts, firewall logs, and IPS alarms to find and stop malware infections, ransomware, and data breaches before they wreak havoc—a time-intensive chore. But the Ponemon Institute has documented that the nonstop flood of alerts means that only 29% of security alerts are ever investigated. Vital clues are missed. Also, the average time to detect a breach is 170 days, which is more than enough time for sensitive data to be stolen or encrypted and held for ransom. With the cost of a data breach at $4M worldwide, it is critical to disrupt botnets and bring the mass of security alerts under control.

Ixia Threat Armor




Next-gen firewalls are great at DPI and threat detection, but they are not optimized for massive-scale blocking of malicious, hijacked, and untrusted IP addresses. Even if they can import a threat intelligence feed, their performance suffers dramatically when trying to block the tens of millions of IP addresses in the Rap Sheet database. ThreatARMOR complements next-gen firewalls by offloading massive-scale blocking so that they can allocate more resources to content inspection, user policies, VPN termination, and other features while generating fewer security alerts.


“Lo que está matando la seguridad no es la tecnología”, señaló Jon Oltsik, analista general de ESG y fundador del servicio de ciberseguridad de la firma. “Las empresas están buscando maneras de reducir sus requisitos globales de operación y necesitan soluciones que sean fáciles de usar y de alto rendimiento, como ThreatARMOR, que les ayuden a lograrlo”.

Jon Oltsik