Mail Portal

The Mail Portal report is usually delivered to end users on a daily basis. However, this report is configurable and can be delivered weekly, daily, twice a day, hourly, or indeed delivered to conform to whatever timeframe suits the customer’s organisational requirements.

Mail Portal Example:

  • Summarises all email addresses used by one person for maximum ease of use.
  • Mail statistics are given, showing both top email senders and top email recipients.
  • Percentages of clean emails, spam and malware are shown, as well as percentages of received verses sent email.
  • Email volume for the time period is shown.
  • Spams which have been quarantined by the Network Box are shown, with options for:
  • Viewing
  • Scheduling Release
  • Request White Listing
  •  Malware blocked is also shown (below the visible area in the example), but end users are not normally given the option to release malware for obvious reasons.

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IPhone / IPad HD Management App

Network Box is the first managed security firm in the world to launch an end user iPhone application, to give its clients real-time information, even while they are on the move.

This application is available free from the Apple Apps Store 

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iPad HD Management Application:

Network Box is the first managed security firm in the world to launch an end user iPad application, to give its clients real-time information, even while they are on the move.

This application is available free from the Apple Apps Store

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Adobe PDF Format Reporting System

Reporting Table of Contents Reporting Email Report

          Table of Contents                           Email Report

Reporting System Utilisation ReportReporting Network Throughput Report

     System Utilisation Report                Network Throughput Report


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Most organisations which use Network Box systems require weekly reports, giving them a clear overview of what is happening at the gateway, between the Internet and their network.

However, these reports do not have to be sent out on a weekly basis and can actually be sent out once a month, once a week or once a day, to meet differing clients’ requirements.


A great amount of detail is included. For example:

Number of Protection Level Updates / Direct Maintenance Jobs

  • System Utilisation
    • CPU Utilisation / Disk Utilisation / Workload Summary
  • Network Throughput
    • Internet / Local / VPN
    • Summary
  • Network Box SOC Services
    • Threat Signature Updates
    • Activity Summary
  • Firewall
    • Hacker Protection
    • Policy Enforcement
  • IPS (Intrusion Protection System)
    • Hacker Protection
    • Policy Enforcement
  • Incoming / Outgoing email statistics
    • Number Scanned, Malware Blocked, Spam Blocked
  • Web Proxy
    • Utilisation
    • Protection
    • Policy Enforcement
  • FTP
    • Protection
  • Virtual Private Network
    • IPSEC Connections
    • PPTP Connections
  • System Utilisation
    • Peak Time & Period

Actually, not only are very detailed current statistics shown, but comparisons against previous time-frames are included. This means that an organisation’s IT Management will automatically have a comprehensive ‘bird’s eye view’ of their gateway activity and can therefore make extremely informed decisions about their IT infrastructure without needing lots of manual investigation.

Box Office Management System

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The Network Box Office Customer Portal provides the following key functionality:

  • An overview page showing a map of boxes, VPN and management links against a geographic background. This provides a single overview of the managed network.
  • A ticketing module showing customer / SOC initiated tickets and their status.
  • A deployment module for tracking the information requirements stage of deployments (including gathering the necessary information for deployment, using online collaborative tools).
  • An inventory module showing box ownership and status. This module also includes:
    • A health module interfaced to the Network Box Global Monitoring System (NBGMS), to show box, gateway and VPN link health status.
    • A licensing module showing the SLA agreements and contractual arrangements.
    • A workload statistics module showing box workload and trend analysis.
  • A user management module permitting designated customer administrators to view and maintain Box Office user accounts themselves (without requiring SOC involvement). This module permits the customer greater control of management of the team supporting global deployments.

The system provides a single, simple, powerful web-based user interface for the management of one or more Network Boxes - at the country, regional and global levels.