Information security

Information security

Being the basis of digital transformation, IT infrastructure plays an important role, including in access to targeted company resources and confidential information. Its vulnerability and insufficient protection measures can lead to significant, and sometimes critical, financial and reputational losses.

Ensuring the information security of the company’s infrastructure will  significantly reduce the risks of becoming an object of cybercrime.

Promotex provides a full range of measures to protect the IT infrastructure, which includes the development, supply of necessary systems and software, employee training and consulting. Thanks to many years of experience and expertise in the implementation of projects, we offer our customers the solution, based on the individual needs of a particular company.

Security categories:


Next Generation Firewalls (NGFW) filter network traffic to protect organizations from internal and external threats. Along with support for stateful firewall features such as packet filtering, IPsec and SSL VPN support, network monitoring, and IP address mapping, NGFW solutions include deeper content inspection capabilities. These capabilities allow you to detect attacks, malware, and other threats, and allow NGFW firewalls to block them.

NGFW solutions not only block malware, but also enable future updates, giving you the flexibility  and protect your network as new threats emerge. Next generation firewalls are a vital component in implementing network security.

Application Security

Improve security and meet compliance with easy enforcement of your acceptable use policy through unmatched, real-time visibility into the applications your users are running. With Application Control, you can quickly create policies to allow, deny, or restrict access to applications or entire categories of applications. Conventional firewalls that only identify ports, protocols, and IP addresses can’t identify and control applications, but a next generation firewall can. Next gen firewalls offer extensive visibility into application usage in real time, as well as trends over time through views, visualizations, and reports. You can use application control to keep malicious, risky, and unwanted applications out of your network through control points at the perimeter, in the data center, and internally between network segments.


Web Application Firewall is ideal for protecting critical web applications from attacks that exploit known and unknown vulnerabilities.

New threats to web applications appear daily. This includes the rollout of new features, updates to existing network APIs, and the introduction of new network APIs. A solution is needed that can adapt to these changes. Web Application Firewall is the solution.

Web Application Firewall provides comprehensive web application protection with IP address reputation, DDoS protection, protocol inspection, bot countermeasures, and application attack signatures. The solution also supports other application protection features against a number of threats, including the 10 most common threats according to OWASP. But that’s not all.

The machine learning feature of the web application firewall automatically creates and updates a model of normal user behavior and uses it to identify safe and malicious application traffic. Thus, unlike most other web application firewalls, our solution does not require time-consuming manual study of application behavior.

DDoS Defenses

Attackers are constantly developing new variants of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and using various technologies. Successfully countering such attacks requires highly adaptable, layered security. DDoS protection provides protection against both known and zero-day attacks while keeping latency low. The solution is easy to deploy and administer. It includes comprehensive analysis and reporting tools.

Basic Features of DDoS Protection:

– Layer 3, 4, and 7 DDoS protection feature that supports application-aware traffic management

– no need for signature files thanks to behavior-based DDoS protection technology

– Minimum number of false positives due to continuous threat assessment

– the ability to simultaneously monitor hundreds of thousands of parameters

– countering any DDoS attacks: volumetric, layer 7 attacks and SSL/HTTPS attacks

– protection of DNS services from attacks using specialized tools


Advanced Threat Detection and Response (XDR) is a natural extension of the Endpoint Security Threat Detection and Response (EDR) concept, in which behavior that occurs after threat prevention measures are further inspected for potentially malicious, suspicious, or dangerous activities that need to be addressed risks. The difference is only in the location of the source of this behavior (endpoint or beyond).

XDR solutions are becoming more and more popular as organizations realize the inefficiency of security infrastructures consisting of many separate „best-in-class” protections from different vendors and deployed at different times.

When using many specialized products in this way, the following common problems arise.

Security gaps: When each product runs in its own environment, there are often opportunities for cyberattacks that can penetrate between those environments.

Too much security information: When each product generates separate alerts and other information, it’s easy for security professionals to miss the signs of a cyberattack.

Uncoordinated response: When each product works independently, the operator has to be responsible for sharing information and coordinating responses.

Given this experience, many organizations are looking to consolidate security vendors and products in favor of integrated suites of solutions.


Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) is a new way to test IT security efforts that simulates the actions of real-life attacks to determine whether a company’s various security measures actually serve their purpose.

These platforms allow organizations to perform continuous on-demand cybersecurity simulations at any time without impacting production systems. It simulates multiple attacks, internal or external, attacking with the latest methods of vulnerability detection. These simulated attacks identify security holes that allow an organization to determine whether the security architecture provides adequate protection and whether the configurations are implemented correctly. In general, hack and attack simulation platforms have become powerful allies of an organization’s cybersecurity teams.