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Firewall pronounced 'dead' at InfoSecurity Europe

Discussion in 'News' started by wagnerk, May 3, 2009.

  1. wagnerk
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    Firewall pronounced 'dead' at InfoSecurity Europe

    The Internet firewall is 'dead', according to IT security start-up Palo Alto Networks. Speaking live on the third of E&T's exclusive video bulletins from Infosecurity Europe 2009, director of corporate marketing Franklyn Jones says that with enterprises increasing their use of online applications, the traditional concept of a protective traffic gateway needs reinvention.

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    1. zebulebu
      Awesome. Does that mean I can switch all mine off then?

      Honestly - the marketing cheese at InfoSec this year was even worse than usual - with precisely zero keynotes or even breakouts wirth attending on the day I was there. Massive waste of time - I won't be going again.

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