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GajShield

GajShield Infotech (I) Pvt. Ltd., founded 2002, is an Indian firewall vendor and security services provider. 

Gajshield's offerings include unified threat management (UTM), data leak prevention (DLP) and email security solutions.

Gajshield's unified threat management (UTM) appliances provide firewall, intrusion prevention, Virtual Private Network (VPN), antivirus, antispam, content filtering, link load balancing, bandwidth management, logging and reporting, and data leak prevention services. Data leak prevention services are also provided independent of the UTMs. The GajShield Centralized Management System (GCMS) provides a single interface for monitoring multiple UTM installations. Email spam filtering and analysis is provided by the Gajshield SpamGaj software. 

Gajshield is based in Mumbai, India, and its solutions have been implemented in locations worldwide. Current clients include ICICI Bank, IL&FS Investsmart, ISPAT Industries, CRISIL, SBI Capital Markets, Alembic, etc. Gajshield SecureGate Firewall was awarded the ICSA Labs Firewall Certification, criteria 4.1, in 2005.

This was last updated in July 2011

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