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Almost 4 years ago
Hello, I would recommend the Sophos solution, key benefits I would say would be Sophos EndPoint integrates very well with Sophos XG, currently heart beat helps with quarantining devices going between zones (LAN to WAN, LAN to DMZ etc). The next version will actually help…
Almost 4 years ago
Hello, I thought I posted a response yesterday but can't see it so I'll repost (and include some other points) I would recommend the Sophos solution, key benefits I would say would be Sophos EndPoint integrates very well with Sophos XG, currently heart beat helps…
Over 4 years ago
My notes. If it's technically possible and affordable you could consider going with a different provider that lets you have a central firewall and your offices connect to this firewall via a mpls network. That way you have point of entry and you can build one set of rules…
Over 5 years ago
Pretty much Palo Alto sets the benchmark on the following:"Layer 8 application filtering", policies can be defined to pick up and block applications going in and out of the organisation. Identifying users, this includes using Exchange Activesync to identify mobile devices…
Over 5 years ago
I'm speaking from the sophos point of view (sophos utm architect and doing my XG architecture course now) who owns cyberoam now and has developed their next gen firewall based on their technology. Support from AU has been fine and their KB articles will answer 95% of the…
Over 6 years ago
Answered a question: Cyberoam or Fortinet?
My knowledge of firewalls is currently limited to Sophos UTM's, SonicWalls and a little PaloAlto. My understanding is Cyberoam is now part of Sophos and I believe the next versions of the UTM OS will be incorporating the Cyberoam "Layer 8" application firewall. I'm super…

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