- Firewall as a Service (FWaaS)Maintaining your firewall so you don't have to
Often bundled with our Security as a Service (SECaaS) offering, our Firewall as a Service is flexible, affordable, and military-grade. Our subscription-based managed firewall services help you detect and block a wide range of advanced and emerging threats, including:
Stop viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans, key loggers, and more before they enter your network, with all-in-one, comprehensive network protection. We provide you with the same level of network security that NASA demands and protect your network from a wide range of emerging threats.
One unique element of our MORTAR program is that we have worked diligently to take all the complexity and tech-talk out, leaving you free to focus on business concepts you are familiar with. As mentioned earlier, we will work from these six buckets to help you organize and mitigate your operational cyber security risks.
There are many benefits to working with TOPSTONE when it comes to your security. Here are just a few of the benefits of outsourcing your security to us.
Secure your network, systems, and data against sophisticated, modernday threats with comprehensive protection.
Our solution provides military-grade security solutions without a performance impact.
Get an All-In-One Solution
Combine all the elements of effective cyber security into one subscription service
Pay for only what you need, saving money while enhancing security
- What's included?
Here are some things to consider relating to your existing firewall solution.
On average, every three years is the generally accepted and recommend interval. With our solution, replacements happen every two years and cost nothing extra.
As often as updates are available. Of course, this can be challenging for small business owners to do because they are busy with other important business activities.
Yes, and if you use our Firewall as a Service (FWaaS) service, you'll get an annual vulnerability scan at no additional charge. These are great for compliance officers.
Not really. While they are basically secured, they often lack the many other cyber security features your business needs.