The rule provisioning is the most valuable feature. We had a ticketing system, like Remedy, which had a homegrown product. It would take your source destination port and do a bit of analysis, then… more»
How has it helped my organization?
It is definitely a time saver. We can process more rules on a daily basis. It allows the customers to request their own rules. Sometimes, they need a little help, but they can submit it. As long as it… more»
What needs improvement?
We like what we have seen out of SecureTrack 2.0 with its improved search capabilities, where you can do greater than, less than, not equal, etc. Right now, if you're in there and you want to do a… more»
Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?
The previous solution was written in-house. We had a product called Skybox and whoever wrote the app would query Skybox for compliance, etc. Then, it would generate a spreadsheet, and we had to work… more»
What other advice do I have?
Give Tufin a good look. The Tufin team is always trying to stay on top of it. When Check Point came out with a R80.10, it wasn't very long before Tufin could generate rules or provision to R80.10… more»
Which other solutions did I evaluate?
We did PoCs. We looked at FireMon, AlgoSec, etc. Tufin came out on top, so we started implementing it, as it was the product that we chose. With AlgoSec, you had to pay them for all of your workflows… more»
One of the most popular comparisons on IT Central Station is AlgoSec vs Tufin.
People like you are trying to decide which one is best for their company. Can you help them out?
What is the biggest difference between AlgoSec and Tufin? Which of these two solutions would you recommend to a colleague… more»
NetAdm81724Tufin has the below limitations
Tufin had problems with VRFs and didn't… more»