Firewall Resource Guide

Kara Gattine and Jenny Wiseman
Firewalls are an essential tool in protecting your network from various threats. Created in partnership with our sister site, SearchSecurity.com, this guide is a compilation of resources that explain what firewalls are, how they work, vulnerabilities,

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   Introduction to firewalls
   Firewall policies
   Firewall vulnerabilities and troubleshooting
   Firewall configurations
   More Learning Guides

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This was first published in June 2005

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