A New Era of Threat Mgmt: App. Intelligence & Control with Next-Gen Firewalls

Patrick Sweeney, VP of Product Management at SonicWALL
New technologies such as Web 2.0, social networking, cloud computing and mobility have dramatically affected the corporate network and the security challenges surrounding it. Bandwidth–hungry Web 2.0 applications and social media sites are overwhelming networks and first-generation firewalls are failing to stop the invasion of new and sophisticated threats. Costs are soaring as the need for bandwidth increases – just to maintain the performance of mission critical applications.

Is your firewall capable of handling the growing demands of your business while managing and securing the application-centric network?

Attend this presentation to learn how the Next-Generation Firewall series from SonicWALL enables organization to regain control of and secure their application-centric networks while at the same time, lowering associated costs.
Aug 10 2011
51 mins
A New Era of Threat Mgmt: App. Intelligence & Control with Next-Gen Firewalls
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