Cyberoam launches security solutions for SOHOs

Cyberoam's NetGenie wireless routers comes with in-built security features.
Cyberoam's Patel says that Middle East markets' higher internet penetration levels is conducive to launch its NetGenie range of WiFi routers.
Cyberoam's Patel says that Middle East markets' higher internet penetration levels is conducive to launch its NetGenie range of WiFi routers.
Cyberoam's Patel says that Middle East markets' higher internet penetration levels is conducive to launch its NetGenie range of WiFi routers.
Cyberoam's Patel says that Middle East markets' higher internet penetration levels is conducive to launch its NetGenie range of WiFi routers.

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Cyberoam, the network security provider, has launched NetGenie wireless routers with in-built security features, which addresses the frequent concerns parents and small office - home office (SOHO) owners have regarding internet usages.

Launched at this year’s GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, the NetGenie appliances offer age-wise, easy parental controls that enable parents to ensure that children are protected from harmful internet content, while SOHO users can regulate internet usage to gain higher productivity and security.

Hemal Patel, CEO of Cyberoam, said: “The Middle East markets are gaining higher internet penetration levels. This environment is extremely conducive to the launch of Cyberoam’s NetGenie range of WiFi routers that are aimed at the home and SOHO markets.”

The product’s age-wise parental controls simplifies internet controls to a single click and provides a simple and safe end-user experience that mitigates the dangers of age-inappropriate content, hackers and cyber-bullying.

Small offices will gain from NetGenie’s SOHO Unified Threat management, and is the first WiFi-router that comes pre-configured with internet access controls and endpoint security including a firewall, VPN (Virtual Private Network), inbuilt anti-virus and intrusion prevention.

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