Stop the Parasites on Your NetworkHigh risk, unwanted and even malicious applications are hiding like parasites on many organizations' networks.
That's because most next-gen firewalls are failing to do their job. They can't identify specific applications and at best are only able to identify the protocol such as HTTP, HTTPS/SLL, UDP or TCP. Which is of no use to a network admin trying to see what security, compliance and productivity risks are present on their network. What are these parasitic applications? Why can't next-gen firewalls see them? And what can you do to make sure you identify every single app on your network?
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In this whitepaper, get answers to the below questions:
- How big is the parasite problem?
- Why can't your firewall identify applications?
- Why are admins worried?
- What are the common network parasites to watch out for?
- How can you solve the visibility problem?