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WHAT IS FIREWALL?

A firewall is a network security device that monitors incoming and outgoing network traffic and decides whether to allow or block specific traffic based on a defined set of security rules. Firewalls have been the first line of defense in network security for over 25 years. They establish a barrier between secured and controlled internal networks that can be trusted and un-trusted outside networks, such as the Internet.

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TYPES OF FIREWALL

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Proxy firewall

An early type of firewall device, a proxy firewall serves as the gateway from one network to another for a specific application. Proxy servers can provide additional functionality such as content caching and security by preventing direct connections from outside the network.

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Stateful inspection firewall

Now thought of as a “traditional” firewall, a stateful inspection firewall allows or blocks traffic based on state, port, and protocol. It monitors all activity from the opening of a connection until it is closed.

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Unified threat management (UTM) firewall

A UTM device typically combines, in a loosely coupled way, the functions of a stateful inspection firewall with intrusion prevention and antivirus. It may also include additional services and often cloud management. UTMs focus on simplicity and ease of use.

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Next-generation firewall (NGFW)

Firewalls have evolved beyond simple packet filtering and stateful inspection. Most companies are deploying next-generation firewalls to block modern threats such as advanced malware and application-layer attacks.

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Threat-focused NGFW

These firewalls include all the capabilities of a traditional NGFW and also provide advanced threat detection and remediation. With a threat-focused NGFW you can

PERKS OF WHY DO YOU PICK US

Firewalls have been the first line of defense in network security for over 25 years. They establish a barrier between secured and controlled internal networks that can be trusted and untrusted outside networks, such as the Internet.

  • Anyone who connects to the Internet, as a single computer or whole network, should use a firewall.
  • A Firewall can protect both individual computers and corporate networks from security threats such as worms, which attempt to exploit networking protocol to access a remote PC.
  • A firewall can also log all attempts to enter the private network or an individual computer and set an alarm (in the form of a pop-up or other notice) when suspicious or hostile activity is attempted.
  • Some firewalls can also monitor and log all outbound data traffic and prevent unauthorized access to resources on external networks.
  • Network administrators and private user benefit from using firewalls.
  • It helps them keep away unauthorized users and stop the activity of any malware that might attempt to retrieve date from a local PC or network and send it to a third party.
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