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  • Exploring the potential -- and pitfalls -- of SWGs
  • Sealing the deal: Making an SWG investment
  • Must-know SWG terms

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Secure Web gateways, from evaluation to sealed deal

Last updated:July 2014

Editor's note

Leveraging a secure Web gateway -- a single technology that addresses a set of overlapping security problems -- is an option increasingly attractive to enterprises today. Using one tool rather than a dozen disparate point products offers a number of benefits, including simplified management and reduced costs. However, the greatest benefits of an SWG are its ability to inspect Web traffic and thwart Web security threats.

If your organization is evaluating the addition of an SWG to its security strategy, there are a number of considerations to make before adoption.

This essential guide on secure Web gateways provides the information your enterprise needs to make an informed purchasing decision. Learn the pros and cons of SWGs, get help deciding if an SWG is the technology for your enterprise's security needs, and view the different features and deployment options SWGs have to offer.

Click through now to learn more!

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