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Hardware-based firewalls provide more sophisticated protection for inbound and outbound traffic than the simple Windows software firewall or the basic NAT firewalls found in routers. These devices implement techniques such as stateful packet inspection, deep packet inspection, and content filtering; and may include built-in antivirus and anti-malware protection.

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[Webinar] Cloud Killed the Firewall
When cloud platforms entered the scene, users and companies jumped on board to take advantage of the many benefits, like the ability to work and connect with company information from various locations. What many didn't foresee was the increased risk the cloud can bring to company infrastructure. The more cloud applications we add, the greater the number of vulnerable entrypoints. Most basic firewalls can't keep up.

In this webinar, Skyport Systems explains how legacy DMZ architectures cannot accommodate this highly agile, cloud-connected enterprise, and how companies can create new security policies to adapt to this shift. View the video to learn how to make your enterprise "cloud ready."
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The eGuide to Automating Firewall Change Control
The eGuide to Automating Firewall Change Control

Today‚Äôs IT environment is constantly changing, which affects security policies and firewall rules. Discover tips to help you embrace this change through process improvement & identify areas where automation & actionable intelligence can enhance both security and business agility.

Hardware Firewalls

23K

Solutions

20K

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Hardware-based firewalls provide more sophisticated protection for inbound and outbound traffic than the simple Windows software firewall or the basic NAT firewalls found in routers. These devices implement techniques such as stateful packet inspection, deep packet inspection, and content filtering; and may include built-in antivirus and anti-malware protection.