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  • Best of Web application firewalls 2013

    Readers vote on the top Web application firewalls in 2013: Standalone WAFs and products that are part of application acceleration/delivery systems. 

  • Beyond the Page, Sept. 2013: Next-generation firewalls

    This month's special online multimedia supplement to Information Security magazine details the advanced new features of next-generation firewalls and how to make the most of them. 

  • Next-generation firewalls play by new rules EEL

    We take a look at the key developments that define next-generation firewalls from application awareness to intrusion prevention techniques. 

  • Next-generation firewalls: Must-have NGFW features

    Gain insight to help you decide whether a next-generation firewall is right for you and how to make its deployment and management smooth and successful. 

  • Readers' Choice Awards 2012

    For the seventh consecutive year, Information Security readers voted to determine the best security products. More than 2,000 voters participated this year, rating products in 14 different categories. 

  • Readers' Choice Awards 2011

    Readers vote on the best standalone Web application firewalls as well as WAFs that are part of application acceleration/delivery systems. 

  • Quiz: Securing the application layer

    Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the information presented in the Integration of Networking and Security school lesson on securing the application layer. 

  • PING with Josh Seeger

    Josh Seeger, CIO of Tribune Broadcasting, a unit of the Tribune Company, talks exclusively about lessons learned when faced with the complex task of meeting the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI) requirements. He also explains that w... 

  • More from SearchSecurity.com -- January 2007

    Highlights from Information Security magazine's January 2007 issue 

  • Application firewalls offer specialized protection

    Network security's most dangerous attacks are aimed at specific application protocols, coding flaws, and configuration errors. Application firewall appliances can help network engineers defeat these increasingly focused and specialized attacks.