10 Things Your Next Firewall Must Do are


The next-generation firewall is well defined by Gartner as something new and enterprise-focused. It is “incorporating full-stack inspection to support intrusion prevention, application-level inspection and granular policy control.”
Most network security vendors are now offering application visibility and control. They do it by either adding application signatures to their IPS engine, or offering you an add-on license for an application control module. In either case, these options are additive to a port-based firewall. They do little to help you focus on the fundamental tasks your firewall is designed to execute.

10 Things Your Next Firewall Must Do are:

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10 Things Your Next Firewall Must Do
10 Things Your Next Firewall Must Do
1. Identify and control applications on any port
2. Identify and control circumventors
3. Decrypt outbound SSL and control SSH
4. Provide application function control
5. Systematically manage unknown traffic
6. Scan for viruses and malware in all applications, on all ports
7. Enable the same application visibility and control for all users and devices
8. Make network security simpler, not more complex, with the addition of application control
9. Deliver the same throughput and performance with application control fully activated
10. Support the exact same firewall functions in both a hardware and virtualized form factor

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