• Choosing a next-generation firewall: Vendor comparison

    Next-generation firewalls are becoming a must. Read our comparison of application-aware firewall options available from the leading firewall vendors.

    Unified Communications ATE2,110 pointsBadges:
  • Next-generation firewall comparisons show no product is perfect

    When comparing NGFW appliances, experts say that enterprises should focus on products that meet specific needs, not just those with the most features.

    Brandan755 pointsBadges:
  • Next-generation firewalls not ready to replace all legacy firewalls

    Application-aware firewalls enhance network security by offering deeper visibility, but enterprises will hang on to old-style firewalls.

    Shamus McGillicuddy4,955 pointsBadges:
  • Next-generation firewall features in demand among users, survey says

    Survey results show when buying a firewall, features of the next-generation firewall are users’ top concerns, triggering partners to polish both their selling and technical skills.

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  • Firewalls can help or hurt, so plan carefully

    Protecting your IT environment includes making your firewall a key piece of your security plan.

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  • How can I stop users from listening to the radio on the Internet?

    I have just installed ISA on our internal network in the integrated mode, but we don't use the firewall part. We also have a cache proxy server, which sits in our DMZ. ISA is configured to send all requests to that cache proxy server. I want to stop users from listening to the radio on the...

    ITKE342,165 pointsBadges:
  • IBM i security tightening: Preventing data theft

    A firewall should be the first line of defense to protect your IBM i system, but not the only security measure you take. Rich Loeber counsels you to not ignore the enemy within. Build strong object level controls and restrict *ALLJOB access.

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  • How do you script a DOS FTP session that goes through a proxy/firewall?

    How do you script a DOS FTP session that is going through a proxy or firewall?

    john111,730 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange server sending UDP messages to external hosts, but it’s behind a firewall and shouldn’t do

    Recently I noticed our Exchange server sending out User Datagram Protocol (UDP) messages to external hosts. Our Exchange server is behind a firewall and shouldn't be doing this. I have used NTOP to look at the connections, checked processes etc. and found nothing suspicious. I did some packet...

    ITKE342,165 pointsBadges:
  • Analysis: Microsoft understands the great motivator

    For the longest time, Microsoft has been pleading with users to set up firewalls and regularly patch their software. Now Redmond's finally found the real solution to the rampant problem of computer viruses and worms.

    Jhogan800 pointsBadges:

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