» Introducing the future of cyber security: the GV-2010
Available to the general public on April 12, 2010, the GV-2010 utilizes groundbreaking technology to protect a company’s critical information while offering an unprecedented content control system to identify threats and classify information through real-time inspection.
The GV-2010 is unlike any cyber security product on the market. By combining numerous software and hardware security programs, into a single, hybrid platform, the GV-2010 allows companies to do more with their network cyber security, as well as do it more efficiently and cost effectively.
Most cyber security products must be pieced together with separate devices for data loss prevention, application firewalls, proxy servers, deep packet inspection and more. However, the unique design of the GV-2010 combines the security of these individual software solutions and hardware appliances into a single, standardized and modular next generation cyber security solution.
The GV-2010 is also easy to deploy. Its simple, plug-and-play platform provides a multitude of solutions for securing any organization’s crown jewels. Working at wire speeds up to 10 Gbps, the GV-2010 has the advanced outbound monitoring capabilities and enterprise-level performance that even the biggest organizations require.
By combining what other network security appliances do through software into the programmable hardware core of the GV-2010, Global Velocity has created a more efficient and effective way to manage and control high volumes of traffic without meaningful network latency.
The future of cyber security is available in the here and now, with the GV-2010 from Global Velocity.
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"“When we spoke with the folks at Global Velocity - the company's corporate headquarters is in Clayton, Mo., with an office in Palo Alto, Calif. - we were impressed with what we termed “DLP on steroids”. This is one hot box … We liked this product and the company for their creative approach to a real problem: deep analysis at very high speeds and reduction of the number of boxes needed to put on our perimeters.”"
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