The shift to cloud-based applications and the proliferation of mobile connected devices are making it increasingly difficult to control today’s network perimeter. If a threat gets past the perimeter firewall, there’s nothing else to stop it from freely accessing critical assets inside the flat and open network. To solve this issue, the Internal Segmentation Firewall (ISFW) sits at strategic points within the internal network to protect valuable data in the event a breach occurs—thereby limiting exposure and possible damage.
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