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Network Security, W-LAN and Endpoint Protection: gateprotect to Present Entry-Level UTM Firewall "Made in Germany" at CeBIT

HAMBURG, Germany, February 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The German IT security specialist gateprotect AG Germany will be presenting a range of new IT security solutions "made in Germany" at CeBIT 2014 in Hannover. At the booths of the distributors Allnet GmbH (Hall 13 C 57) and sysob IT-Distribution GmbH & Co. KG (Hall 12 C 73), the new, easy-to-use entry-level UTM firewall GPO 110 for small company networks will be introduced. Likewise, the software version 9.4 will have its premiere: Innovative security features such as high-performance anti-virus, two-factor authentication as well as enhanced reporting will provide for effective all-round protection against cyber-attacks and threats from the web.

With the GPO 110, gateprotect AG is enhancing its product family by an innovative security solution that offers competitively priced complete protection for small companies: State-of-the-art security features protect networks reliably against attacks from the Internet. The UTM firewall may be optionally upgraded to become a W-LAN access point - and supplemented by features for endpoint protection. With the GPO 110, small companies are provided with a firewall developed in Germany with all functionalities for effective protection against cyber-attacks and top performance that assures smooth business procedures.

All settings may be established and administered extremely easily by just a few clicks thanks to the eGUI® technology. Furthermore, the GPO 110 with software version 9.4 offers enhanced reporting as well as two-factor authentication for even safer access.

Leading Vendor from Germany - Secure Communication without any Lurkers

gateprotect is developing its software solutions at its domicile in Hamburg and has subjected itself to a self-commitment already years ago, warranting that only the customers have access to the information that passes their next generation firewalls. This is why gateprotect's products, which have been certified by the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) and honored with multiple international awards, stands out from competitors. "Whereas some foreign vendors have to allow governmental organizations to access their systems, we only feel committed to the security of our customers", Dr. Peter Smeets, CEO of gateprotect AG, says. "As a German company and as a member of TeleTrust e.V., we are furthermore bound to the strict data protection rules of our country and have been sensitized very much to matters of data security".

gateprotect CeBIT 2014 Highlights at a Glance.

  • Hardware Launch: GPO 110: The easy-to-use, cost-efficient firewall from Germany with entry-level UTM protection for small networks
  • Next Generation Firewall Version 9.4: State-of-the-art security features such as Executive Reporting, high-performance anti-virus, 2-factor authentication
  • Complete Security: Innovative, easy-to-use endpoint protection for reliable data security in real time
  • gateprotect Security Audit: Auditing procedure for the documentation of a high standard of data protection and for the certification of the firewall deployed
  • gateprotect App: Central interface for the administration of customer and support queries as well as all relevant information around gateprotect AG Germany

Meetings with the gateprotect team at the CeBIT may be scheduled in advance here:
cebit.gateprotect.com.

Download this press release under: http://www.gateprotect.com

About gateprotect

gateprotect AG Germany has been a leading, globally acting provider of IT security solutions in the area of network security for more than ten years. These solutions comprise next generation firewalls with all commonly used UTM functionalities for small companies and the mid-tier, managed security systems for enterprise companies as well as VPN client systems for the interconnection of subsidiaries and home offices. Since 2013, gateprotect has also been offering "Complete Security" - effective protection for networks and endpoints from one source.

To quickly assure all-round network protection and the security of mobile devices and endpoints even against targeted cyber-attacks from different sources, gateprotect has developed the eGUI® interface concept. The patented eGUI® technology (ergonomic Graphic User Interface) is extremely easy to operate and increases the factual security in companies by reducing operator errors.


The gateprotect solutions comply with highest international standards - for example, the firewall packet filtering core of the new development has been certified in accordance with "Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 4+ (EAL 4+)" at the Federal Office for Information Security in March 2013. For the easy operability and comprehensive security of the UTM firewall solutions, gateprotect has been the first German company to be honored with the Frost & Sullivan Excellence Award. Since 2010, gateprotect has furthermore been listed in the renowned "Gartner Magic Quadrant" for UTM Firewall Appliances.

Further Information:
gateprotect Aktiengesellschaft Germany
Anika Ohlsen - Marketing Director
Valentinskamp 24
D-20354 Hamburg
Tel.: +49(0)40-278-85-0
Fax: +49(0)40-278-85-105
E-Mail: [email protected]


SOURCE gateprotect AG Germany

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