The Cato Cloud contains Threat Protection engines that can inspect WAN and Internet traffic for malicious files and malware attacks. Traffic that is sent over MPLS or bypasses the Cato Cloud is not inspected by these engines. One Threat Prevention policy is applied to all sites in the account.
IMPORTANT! - We strongly recommend that you enable TLS inspection so that the Threat Protection services provide the maximum protection for your network.
These are the Threat Protection engines that inspect traffic in the Cato Cloud:
Anti-Malware - Protects against malicious files based on known file signatures and from a heuristic analysis
NG Anti-Malware - Protects against unknown and zero-day malicious files based on machine learning and predictive models
Intrusion Protection System (IPS) - Protects against known vulnerabilities, bots, and other malicious attacks
LInks to the Overview of the Unified Anti-Malware Policy and Configuring the Unified Anti-Malware Policy are broken.
Thanks! Links are updated and fixed.
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