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11 ways to ensure your firewall is functioning optimally

11 ways to ensure your firewall is functioning optimallyYour firewall is incredibly important when it comes to defending against hackers and other threats. However, many people mistakenly believe that firewalls are simply plug-and-play.  In fact, firewalls need to be optimised continuously for both security and performance to ensure that your systems are functioning efficiently.  They key way to manage this is ensuring that you have optimised the rules and policies that your firewall uses.

Here are to ensure that your firewall is optimised to deal with any threats it may encounter.


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