Watchguard Firewall

Watchguard Network Firewalls and Accessories

Stay protected and worry-free with our secure solutions for businesses of all sizes.

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Tabletop Firebox

Whether you work from a small office or out of your home, the Tabletop Firebox is ideal to keep your environment secure. Working remotely? The Firebox models are perfect for keeping your remote employees securely connected. This is the perfect stand-alone solution for small to mid-size businesses looking for an easy to deploy secure and essential appliance with full UTM protection for your organization’s users.

Rack Mount Firebox

This line of firewalls are engineered to provide solutions for small to midsize enterprises that are struggling with keeping their network secure. A range of models will keep be your line of defense against: spyware, malicious applications, data leaks and more. Top of the line protection to keep your growing organization secure today and against the cyber-attacks of tomorrow!

Access Points

Organizations of all sizes can benefit from our premier line of wireless solutions. Our solutions offer a suite of services to stay secure and protected, easy management for users and administrators, and support organizations of all sizes and types. Have a small office? Need a rugged product for the outdoors that will stand against whatever Mother Nature has to throw at you? We have you covered!

News Feed

  1. A mysterious group called the Shadow Brokers leaked SMB exploits like EternalRomance and EternalChampion from the NSA's exploit arsenal.

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  2. Patching is one of the easiest things you can do to improve your organization's security. Check out Microsoft and Adobe's latest updates.

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  3. How can you keep nosey cybercriminals from snooping on your sensitive information? Our video breaks it down:

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  4. Feb 22

    Security researcher tricks Vatican website into declaring "The Lord is an Onion".

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  5. Feb 22

    What happens to your data after a hacker steals it?

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  6. Feb 22

    Marc Laliberte is back with Part 2 of his series, which explores email authentication anti-phishing technology standards.

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  7. Feb 22

    According to security researchers, North Korean hackers have used vulnerabilities in Flash to attack South Korean targets.

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  8. Feb 21

    Is your Android device secure? According to MalwareByte security researchers, criminals have forced around 800 thousand Android devices mine Monero cryptocurrency.

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  9. Feb 21

    Some are calling it the biggest source code leak ever. Watch today's Daily Security Byte to learn more.

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  10. Feb 21

    Everything you need to know about cryptojacking and practical advice for preventing, detecting, and remediating these attacks.

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  11. Feb 20

    A business still using WEP protocol for wireless access is like using a typewriter in our computer-dominated world.

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  12. Feb 20

    Wi-Fi security is essential for everyone, especially small businesses.

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  13. Feb 20

    Are your email login credentials vulnerable to a man-in-the-middle attack?

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  14. Feb 16

    Hackers are utilizing an Oracle Web application server vulnerability to mine hundreds of thousands of dollars in cryptocurrencies.

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  15. Feb 15

    After a network breach, you may want to get back at cyber attackers, but is it really a good idea to "hack back"?

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  16. Feb 15

    An all-star lineup of services and solutions ensures that your team is faster, stronger and smarter than the threats you're up against.

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  17. Feb 14

    Biometric tokens may be replacing passwords, but they are far from a perfect security solution.

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  18. Feb 14

    Love letters from a Black Hat to all the fools on the Internet via and WatchGuard CTO, .

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  19. Feb 14

    Need a last-minute card? We’ve got you covered!

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  20. Retweeted

    Love letters from a Black Hat to all the fools on the Internet - -

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