ICSA Labs Certification

ICSA Labs is the foremost independent testing agency for network security and health IT products. SonicWall’s ICSA certifications reflect our dedication to third-party continuous testing and our commitment to providing an extensive portfolio of cybersecurity products that adhere to industry-recognized security standards and evaluation criteria.

ICSA Labs Enterprise Firewall Certification

Certified Products: SonicWall TZ, NSa, NSsp, and NSv Firewalls

Following the latest ICSA Labs firewall security certification test cycle, SonicWall Series Firewalls have earned ICSA labs Enterprise Firewall certification, the highest level of firewall certification to date and is based on comprehensive and robust performance testing.

A SonicWall series firewall model was tested against the requirements in version 4.2 of the ICSA Labs Enterprise Firewall Testing Criteria. SonicWall firewalls remain continuously deployed at ICSA Labs where they may be subjected to ongoing testing.
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ICSA Labs Anti-Malware Certification

Certified Products: SonicWall TZ, NSa, NSsp, and NSv Firewalls

Cybercriminals are continuously evolving their methods to avoid detection and capitalize on unsuspecting victims; as a result, malware attacks are one of the top threats to businesses and organizations of all kinds. ICSA Labs monthly malware testing ensures that certified products are continuously ahead of the latest malware trends.

SonicWall firewalls have achieved ICSA Labs Anti-Malware Certification following rigorous testing against the requirements in version 5.1 of the ICSA Labs Anti-Malware Certification Testing Criteria.
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ICSA Labs Advanced Threat Defense Certification

Certified Products: SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)

 

SonicWall’s NSa 3600 next-gen firewall combined with cloud-based Capture ATP, featuring our Real-Time Deep Memory Inspection™ (RTDMI) engine has been vigorously tested in the detection of today’s most evasive threats and awarded the ICSA Labs Advanced Threat Defense certification for six consecutive quarters.

Selected threats are based on those that have led to enterprise cybersecurity incidents and breaches and include threat vectors such as email links, direct installations, email attachments and remote injections. Malware types include ransomware, trojans, worms, spyware, viruses, downloaders and backdoor. Capture ATP received a 100% detection rate for previously unknown threats with zero false positives.
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