External Cloud security is typically addressed by most cloud providers.While Cloud providers tempt to address security issues with various services, it is up to the customer to determine how cloud security tools can be utilized to protect their data. Cloud security configuration is still subject to a human error or lack of best practice, affecting a customer’s security posture in the cloud. Customers and cloud providers have different responsibilities that differentiate based on the cloud service.

  • Software-as-a-service (SaaS)— Customers are responsible for securing their data and user environment as well as data integrity and data protection.
  • Platform-as-a-service (PaaS)— Customers are responsible for securing their data, user access, and applications as well as data integrity and data protection.
  • Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)— Customers are responsible for securing their complete environment including data, applications, user access, operating systems, virtual network traffic, and communication from their premises to the cloud.

As a result, within public and private cloud, customers are responsible for securing their data and controlling who can access that data. Data security in cloud computing is essential to successfully adopting and gaining public and private cloud benefits. Whether you are considering Microsoft Office 365, Teams, or other SaaS types, you need to plan how the data will be accessed and protected within the environment. For cloud services such as Microsoft Azure or AWS, customers need to have a more comprehensive plan, including operating systems, micros segmentation, virtual network traffic, security policy management and compliance.



One of the key aspects of network security infrastructure is the External Network Security or Perimeter Security. Its purpose is to defend and protect the network from both low and high-level attacks, keeping your company safe from cyber breaches and the bad publicity that goes with it.

Our Network and Security Operations Center support team provides turn-key operations with 24/7 monitoring and notification services. X10 Networks values the security of its clients by making sure that specific and critical devices are monitored to lower the risk of non-compliance and increase corporate security posture.

X10 Networks commits to provide consistent IT service support and delivery to your organization by acting as a primary support contact that troubleshoots and provides resolution to both production and non-production systems. X10 network’s designated resources will also undertake preventative work to minimize incidents as much as possible.

Analysis and Response

X10 Networks will work with internal resources and external vendors to address any specific system/network/application issues that pertain to production and non-production environment such as:

• Examples of troubleshooting.
• Analysis and response to firewall security and health events.
• Response to tickets and incidents.
• Device troubleshooting
• 24/7 alerts and notifications of all performance and availability related issues.

Application Security

Web Application Firewall (WAF) ∙ Database Firewall

Two of the prime digital assets of a company are data and applications. X10 Network’s WAF delivers cyber and network security to secure all data and applications from high-level attacks whether it be in-cloud or on-premises.

We ensure to help you safely migrate apps while maintaining full protection through our cloud and on-premises Web Application Firewall solution offers that have the same set of security policies and management capabilities.

Security Forensics

Data Analytics & Threat Detection ∙ SIEM

Security-as-a-service involves organizations leveraging third-party consultants and managed security service providers (MSSPs) to keep track of the overall security of their infrastructure. Companies are choosing to externalize this service to save expenses and overcome staffing and skill gaps rather than build it internally whether it is the need for log management, threat detection, SIEM as-a-service, or for compliance reasons.

X10 Networks acts as a security-as-a-service provider leveraging the power of the award-winning AlienVault Unified Security Management™ (USM™) platform for security monitoring, asset discovery, vulnerability assessment, intrusion detection, behavioural monitoring, and SIEM management and correlation.

The AlienVault Open Threat Exchange™ and AlienVault Labs team work together to integrate real-time threat intelligence into the AlienVault USM platform, thus quickly identifying threats affecting your network and creating an appropriate measure within minutes of deployment.

The X10 Network MSSP security-as-a-service offer includes:

  • Vulnerability Assessment and Remediation
  • Threat and Malware Detection Log Management
  • Monitoring and Archiving
  • Managed SIEM
  • Compliance Monitoring
  • Log Correlation
  • Threat Hunting

Network Access Control

Wired ∙ Wireless ∙ Firewall

X10 Networks has been developing and deploying Network Access Solutions for more than 15 years. We can help you identify and safely on-board end-user devices ensuring compliance and corporate connectivity policies ranging from wireless user portal authentication to IoT, OT, or SCADA. X10 Networks also became the first partner in Western Canada to introduce Network Access Control solutions such as Avenda (Aruba ClearPass), and Bradford Networks (FortinetFortiNAC).

Specializing in complex Network Access Control solutions, our team has extensive experience when it comes to deploying NAC in Education, Municipalities, Healthcare, Small/Medium Business Enterprises, and so on. Leverage unique features such as sponsor approval, credential delivery, or usage policies thru email or text. It’s relatively easy to implement secure guest access and create a customized web portal using your organization.

Make sure you secure those Ethernet ports behind IP desk phones and in conference rooms or common areas.

Internet of things (IOT)

It is difficult for businesses to identify and apply the right security compliance and priorities to IoT devices since IoT devices use common stacks to connect to networks and initiate identification. The new products enable customers to apply network segments and controls for critical devices at the edge of the network.

Enterprises can enforce the quality of service policies and group devices based on the security and compliance requirements of each specific device with more sophisticated algorithms. The access points and switches in combination with Edge security control solutions help identify and enforce device connectivity controls.                                                                                                                          


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