Is Your Firewall ICSA Labs Certified and Evaluated?

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Daniel Ayoub, Product Marketing Manager Brian Monkman, ICSA Labs
Firewall vendors often make claims about their Next-Generation Firewall’s capabilities. To judge the true potential of a Next-Gen Firewall, however, you need independent testing.

Join Brian Monkman of ICSA Labs and Daniel Ayoub of Dell SonicWALL for this interactive web seminar, and learn why third-party validation—such as the rigorous testing methodology deployed by ICSA Labs—is crucial when evaluating a Next-Generation Firewalls.
Aug 7 2012
61 mins
Is Your Firewall ICSA Labs Certified and Evaluated?
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