Access "Product review: Tufin's Tufin SecureTrack 4.1"
This article is part of the April 2008 issue of Security Readers' Choice Awards 2008
FIREWALL MANAGEMENT Tufin SecureTrack 4.1 REVIEWED BY BRAD CAUSEY Tufin Price: Starts at $10,000 for base appliance and software Enterprise firewall management is a headache. An ever-growing labyrinth of access control lists, complex change management over geographically distributed organizations, plus audit and compliance requirements make it tough to bring under control. SecureTrack 4.1, a comprehensive firewall operations management solution, helps cut the job down to size, especially for Check Point Software Technologies firewalls. Configuration/Management B- SecureTrack is available as a software package or an appliance. For our evaluation, we utilized the software version that runs on either CentOS version 4 or Red Hat version 4. The Web-based GUI is intuitive, and where possible, the rules interface strives to give the look and feel of each type of firewall. For example, it mimics the Check Point interface when viewing and managing firewalls from a SmartCenter NG system, which is nice, but we'd like the ability to switch to a standardized view of ... Access >>>
Premium Content for Free.
Product review: Promisec's Spectator
Endpoint security solution by Promisec
Product review: Tufin's Tufin SecureTrack 4.1
Varonis DatAdvantage product review
Varonis DatAdvantage data governance software is evaluated on its configuration and management, effectiveness, policy control and reporting.
- Product review: Promisec's Spectator
Netgear FVS336G ProSafe Dual WAN Gigabit Firewall product review
Netgear's Netgear FVS336G ProSafe Dual WAN Gigabit Firewall combines firewall, IPsec and SSL VPN, packaged into a small-office friendly device. Information Security magazine reviews its capabilities.
Readers' Choice Awards '08: IT Security Products of the Year
Information Security magazine's annual Readers' Choice Awards honor security software, services and products of the year in several areas: antimalware, application, email and mobile security, network access control, firewalls, remote access, firewalls, SIMs, UTM, vulnerability management, wireless, IDS/IPS, and Web gateways.
Web security gateways keep Web-based malware at bay
Web Security Gateways - A new breed of integrated technology takes Web-based malware off the menu.
- Netgear FVS336G ProSafe Dual WAN Gigabit Firewall product review
Interview: Arizona CISO David VanderNaalt
The CISO for the state of Arizona helps craft an executive order that prioritizes information security in every state agency.
Companies Collecting Too Much Customer Data Increase Exposure
If the risk of losing customer or partner information outweighs its value, why collect it in the first place?
Exploring Security Myths, Misconceptions that Lead to Breaches
Perspectives: Gotcha Moments
Disclosure Laws Fail as an Incentive to Secure Data
Layer8: Data Leak Fatigue
- Interview: Arizona CISO David VanderNaalt
More Premium Content Accessible For Free
Deploying data protection technologies properly requires a lot of time and patience. While most firms can get started by using preconfigured policies...
The bring your own device (BYOD) movement, which has flooded the enterprise with employee-owned smartphones, tablets, phablets and purse-sized ...
For so long penetration testing meant hiring an expert to use skill and savvy to try to infiltrate the company system. But, as with most ...