H3C SecPath firewall family attains ICSA Labs corporate firewall certification
The H3C SecPath Firewall family of products, produced by H3C, a subsidiary of Tsinghua Holdings' subsidiary Tsinghua Unigroup, have passed the rigorous testing of ICSA Labs, an international authoritative security-testing organization. The products were deemed to have high reliability hardware architecture, an excellent software platform, and professional security features.
ICSA Lab’s Firewall Certification Testing Report said that following rigorous security testing at ICSA Labs, models F1080 and F5030 satisfied all of the firewall security testing requirements in both the ICSA Labs baseline firewall and ICSA Labs corporate firewall testing standards. As a result, the H3C SecPath Firewall Family attained ICSA Labs Firewall Certification, having met all of the testing requirements.
The H3C SecPath Firewall Family is a series of new-generation high-performance firewalls, deployed in small-and-medium sized enterprises, LAN network egresses, WAN branches, large-scale enterprise campus networks, service providers, and data centers.
H3C SecPath firewall family
The H3C SecPath Firewall Family meets the requirements of Web 2.0 and integrates basic and advanced security protections and networking capabilities, including access control, IPS, AV, URL filtering, routing capabilities, IPv4 and IPv6 dual stacks, various VPN services and related protections. High-density GE and 10GE port access capabilities are provided to adapt to all kinds of deployment scenarios. The firewalls adopt H3C’s proprietary software to achieve carrier-level high availability. Redundant power and fan modules help achieve high reliability.
The certification proves that the strength and level of domestic network security technology has been internationally recognized once again. With more than ten years of experience and industry insights in network security, H3C will provide users in various industries with multi-dimensional solutions as well as products and services in network security, mainframe security, application security, mobile security, cloud computing security, and data security.