Avoiding break-ins requires firewall filtering at multiple external and internal network
Firewalls have long provided the first line of defense in network security infrastructures. They
accomplish this by comparing corporate policies about users’ network access rights to the
connection information surrounding each access attempt. User policies and connection information
must match up, or the firewall does not grant access to network resources; this helps avert breakins.
This white paper explains avoiding break-ins requires firewall filtering at multiple external and internal network perimeters.
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