POLICY ENFORCEMENT FIREWALL FOR DYNAMIC SEGMENTATION

June 2, 2019

As enterprise networks become the catalyst for digital transformation and connectivity becomes ubiquitous, new policy enforcement and cyber security solutions are required to deal with challenges to traditional network and security approaches. IoT devices are joining employees, customers and guests on corporate wireless and wired networks in an ever-changing perimeter. Standard defenses such as firewalls that use rules and physical network configuration based on IP addresses are no longer adequate.

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