Network Security

IES provides comprehensive solutions for Network Security, which encompasses distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack prevention, Universal Threat Management, Server protection, Endpoint protection, Email Protection, Application Monitor and Management, Encryption and so on.

We partner with globally renowned companies for Network Security hi-tech products, and this collaboration enables us to ensure foolproof security solutions to our customers.

Unified Threat Management

UTM is a single platform which provides multiple security functions which include firewall, VPN, gateway, anti-virus, intrusion prevention, content filtering, bandwidth management, application control, centralized reporting and so on. The convenient, cost effective and easily manageable single plug & play architecture serve a great deal of security purpose in network management

Server Protection

We deliver protection that is top-rated by industry experts, combining server-specific features to create a comprehensive, defense-in-depth solution, stop advanced malware, catch evasive threads, and Block the latest threats including ransom ware, exploit-based attacks, and server-specific malware with powerful deep learning technology.

Proactively search for issues, understand how attacks took place, and automatically respond to incidents Control exactly what can and can’t run on your servers and get notifications for any unauthorized change attempts.

End Point Protection

The world best End point Protection from malware, Ransomware, Exploits and viruses. Block Stealth Attacks Time-of-click URL protection checks the website reputation of email links before delivery.

Email Protection

Protect sensitive information, and your people, from unwanted and malicious email threats always, with our latest artificial intelligence technology.

Application Monitor and Management

Ensures up time and performance of web applications. Record, Monitor, Alert and Report, Our solution can allow you to Easy to Record Customizable Reports and Graphs. Also our solutions offer you feature like Employee monitoring, working updates and more.


Encrypting your sensitive data is critical to meeting compliance regulations and protecting your organization in the event of a data breach. Integrated delivers you our best solutions for Synchronized Encryption encrypts content as soon as it is created. The encryption is always on, allowing for seamless and secure collaboration. Synchronized Encryption proactively protects your data by continuously validating the user, application, and security integrity of a device before allowing access to encrypted data. This method of always-on protection goes everywhere your data goes, making it the most comprehensive data security solution on the market.


IPv4 Architecture

The IPv4 architecture has an address that is 32 bits wide. This limits the maximum number of computers that can be connected to the internet. The 32 bit address provides for a maximum of two billions computers to be connected to the internet.The TCP/IP‐based networking of IPv4 requires that the user supplies some data in order to configure a network. Some of the information required is the IP address, routing gateway address, subnet mask, and DNS server. The simplicity of configuring thenetwork is not evident in the IPv4 protocol.

The lack of embedded security within the IPv4 protocol has led to the many attacks seen today. Mechanisms to secure IPv4 do exist, but there are no requirements for their use. IPsec is a specific mechanism used to secure the protocol. IPsec secures the packet payloads by means of cryptography. IPsec provides the services of confidentiality, integrity, and authentication. This form of protection does not account for the skilled hacker who may be able to break the encryption method and obtain the key.

IPv6 Architecture

When IPv6 was being developed, emphasis was placed on aspects of the IPv4 protocol that needed to be improved. The development efforts were placed in the following areas:

1. Routing and addressing
2. Multi‐protocol architecture
3. Security architecture
4. Traffic control

The IPv6 protocol’s address space was extended by supporting 128 bit addresses. With 128 bit addresses, the protocol can support up to 3.4 * (10)^38 machines. The address bits are used less efficiently in this protocol because it simplifies addressing configuration.

The security architecture of the IPv6 protocol is of great interest. IPsec is embedded within the IPv6 protocol. IPsec functionality is the same for IPv4 and IPv6. The only difference is that IPv6 can utilize the security mechanism along the entire route.From a high‐level view, the major benefits of IPv6 are its scalability and increased security.