Internet Edge and Defense in Depth
jim at miltonsecurity.com
Tue Dec 6 15:32:04 CST 2011
I have seen at quite a few of our customers locations, starting out with a lofty goal of putting everything in a single box (UTM) and turning every single option on.
In ~ 30% of the firms who do so it works out ok (not great, but it works). In the majority, the customer winds up turning features off one by one, and moving those to another system.
On Dec 6, 2011, at 1:25 PM, -Hammer- wrote:
> I personally have not seen it done in large environments. Hardware isn't there yet. I've seen it done in small business environments. Not a fan of the idea.
> "I was a normal American nerd"
> -Jack Herer
> On 12/06/2011 03:16 PM, Holmes,David A wrote:
>> Some firewall vendors are proposing to collapse all Internet edge functions into a single device (border router, firewall, IPS, caching engine, proxy, etc.). A general Internet edge design principle has been the "defense in depth" concept. Is anyone collapsing all Internet edge functions into one device?
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