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QNAP shields PoE switches with its ADRA NDR solution

“Just by installing QNAP ADRA NDR software, you can turn QGD switches into cybersecurity devices. Unlike traditional cybersecurity solutions, ADRA NDR software allows you to proactively detect and automatically block suspicious lateral movements on the local network using rapid detection systems and threat traps. All of these features and many others help protect private and sensitive data on NAS and servers from malicious attacks.”said Frank Liao, Product Manager at QNAP.

This solution offers a advanced protection to all NAS, servers and clients, not just QNAP products. ADRA NDR software’s specific ransomware lateral movement detection capability (including targeted Threat Watch detection) allows you to identify hostile activity early in the attack without impacting network performance. Once attacks are detected, further analysis is performed to determine an applicable response policy, such as quarantining compromised clients and ensuring it will not affect other devices on the local network.

With built-in PoE functionality and managed switching, the QGD-1600P and QGD-1602P can replace existing access switches that are directly connected to end devices, adding security features without changing the original network infrastructure. Hostile traffic to and from connected end devices is selectively detected and analyzed to determine its threat level for automatic blocking or manual processing. The QGD-1602P’s 10GbE and 2.5GbE ports work as fast lanes for aggregation switches or NAS, improving the performance of your network topology.

key specifications

  • QGD-1602P-16G: Supports 80 to 110 detection devices, an Intel® Atom® processor, 18 network ports (8 RJ45 2.5GbE ports, 8 RJ45 Gigabit ports, 2 SFP+ 10GbE ports), RJ45 ports with PoE, and a total PoE power of 370W
  • QGD-1602P-8G: Supports 50 to 80 detection devices, an Intel® Atom® processor, 18 network ports (8 RJ45 2.5GbE ports, 8 RJ45 Gigabit ports, 2 SFP+ 10GbE ports), RJ45 ports with PoE, and a total PoE power of 200W
  • QGD-1600P-4G: Supports 1 to 50 detection devices, an Intel® Celeron® processor, 16 network ports (14 Gigabit RJ45 ports, 2 1GbE SFP\/RJ45 combo ports), RJ45 ports with PoE, and 360W total PoE power

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