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A Firewall is a piece of hardware and/or software which functions in a networked environment to prevent some communications forbidden by the security policy, analogous to the function of firewalls in building construction. A firewall is also called a Border Protection Device (BPD), or packet filter in BSD contexts. A firewall has the basic task of controlling traffic between different zones of trust.
Read this white paper to find out how WatchGuard Application Control lets you take back control of your network by keeping more than 1,500 applications in check, including IM, P2P, Facebook, Skype, YouTube, and many more.
This white paper examines five steps to better security that today's retail businesses can't afford to ignore on their networks - from application control to data loss prevention - to ensure business continuity and PCI DSS compliance.
Read this whitepaper to understand how combining the iSensor Intrusion Prevention appliance with 24x7 monitoring and administration by Dell SecureWorks' certified security experts to deliver exceptional cyber threat protection for your midsize organization.
Read this whitepaper to learn how Dell SecureWorks' multi-phase Penetration testing can help you obtain a true understanding of your security and risk posture so that you can strengthen your defenses and prevent a successful attack.
This white paper explains the epidemic threat of hackers injecting hidden malware into websites and the negative effect on the brand and traffic to the victim website when blacklisted by Google as a "harmful" website.
This white paper examines how states like Massachusetts have implemented one of the most stringent and far-reaching requirements for protecting consumer data and how organizations of all sizes can meet the privacy requirements with simple, scalable encryption technologies.
Creating Your Needs Analysis First. When buying networking equipment: routers, switches, firewalls, and network management solutions for your company or organization, it's essential to create a needs analysis first, so that you make the right decisions from multiple standpoints
This is the second part of a three-part white paper series. Part 2 describes how organizations can develop a security profile for themselves that will show them which of the Stage 1 controls they most need to build up and strengthen.
SIEM solutions detect real attacks from the thousands of events that are happening in the network. When an unexpected and potentially dangerous event is recognized, engineers take a quick (temporary) action to block the security leak, diagnose what really went wrong, determine what else is at risk, and decide on a fix.