sponsored by Palo Alto Networks
Posted:  24 Jan 2014
Published:  12 Nov 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Long gone are the days when just monitoring IP addresses to ensure network security was acceptable. As organizations’ employees require network access from just about anywhere, IP addresses are constantly re-assigned, rendering it useless as a method of user control and security.

In this resource, explore a solution that integrates next-generation firewalls with existing enterprise directory services so that administrators can easily link application activity and security policies to users and groups. By leveraging user information, IT teams can improve visibility, policy control, and logging and reporting capabilities to better protect networks. Read on to learn more.

Active Directory | Application Monitoring | Applications Management | Directory Services | Firewall Appliances | IP Addresses | Network Management | Network Managers | Network Monitoring | Network Security | Network Security Appliances | Risk Management | Security | Security Management | Security Managers | Security Policies | Security Systems | Security Threats | User Groups

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