Cyberoam releases UTM for SOHO/ROBO

Security appliance designed to bring enterprise-level protection to SMEs and branch offices

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Cyberoam releases UTM for SOHO/ROBO The Cyberoam CR10iNG is intended to secure small offices and branch offices.
By  Mark Sutton Published  October 28, 2014

Security vendor Cyberoam has launched a new unified threat management appliance designed for use on small offices and branch offices.

The CR10iNG appliance aims to extend enterprise level network security to SOHO and remote offices and branch offices (ROBO), in an affordable and easy to manage device. The device is intended to increase security at remote offices where technical staff may not be available, and to help prevent branch offices being used as a launch point to attack large organisations.

The CR10iNG is based on the CyberoamOS, and features the company's flagship Layer 8 Security, is centrally manageable via Cyberoam Central Console (CCC) and Cyberoam's on-Cloud Management Service and is compatible with iView - Cyberoam's Open Source logging and reporting solution.

With firewall throughput of 400 Mbps and UTM throughput of 60 Mbps, Cyberoam CR10iNG is the fastest UTM security device in its class for small and branch offices. The appliance can also help provide secure access for mobile workers connecting with IPSec or SSL VPN.

"Several organisations have paid price for lax in security at their branch offices. While they deploy best security at their main office, hackers find their way into the networks by breaking the security at smaller offices. This is becoming even more frequent as the work-from-home culture is gaining greater acceptance; home office locations are rarely ready for modern day security challenges," said Abhilash Sonwane, Sr. Vice President- Technology & Products, Cyberoam.

"Cyberoam CR10iNG appliance is designed to bring small branch/home office security at par with corporate HQ. It enables secure VPN access for remote and mobile workers, letting them access business apps and servers securely. Additionally, the ability to centrally manage these deployments via a common platform will benefit the IT admins and MSSPs great deal" he added.

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