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We look at the benefits of both managed and in-house firewall approaches.

To manage or not to manage? That is the firewall question. But answering it needn’t be difficult. As the main line of defence against external threats, your network firewall needs regular updates and maintenance – and paying no attention to it makes your business likely target of malicious attacks.

So what do you need to know when considering your management options? Choosing between a managed firewall or an unmanaged solution usually comes down to a few simple questions.

Take a look at the infographic below to discover which option is the best fit for your business:

 

managed firewall, Your Network Firewall: To Manage or Not to Manage?

 

 

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