If You Can’t See It You Can’t Stop It – Network Firewalls’ Dirty Little Secret
This looks like an ad.
It's got a small test in it and the webcast is somewhat interesting.
On average, 60% of Network traffic is unidentifiable by network firewalls*. Which means ransomware, advanced threats, and active adversaries are happily entering your network. Why? Because every firewall on the market uses application signatures to identify traffic passing through the firewall.
Except Sophos. We can identify every application passing through the firewall thanks to Synchronized App Control.
In this webcast, we’ll look at the top problems with firewalls today and what you should be looking for in your next firewall.
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We ditched Sophos because when using it, ransomeware still got through and infected a few machines on our corporate network. Since I'm not a paid sponsor for the product we currently use, I won't name it. They may have corrected that at this time, but it's too late for our organization at this point.
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I kinda got a...
sideways smile and chuckle out of it too...
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