On premise and in the cloud, AlgoSec automates and orchestrates network security policy management so you can deliver business applications quickly and easily while ensuring security and compliance.

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and 20 of the Fortune 50

"AlgoSec allowed us to reduce the IT security team’s time by 80% during our data center migration"

Bruno Roulleau, Network Security Architect

“AlgoSec now does the heavy lifting for us. It allows the engineers to focus more on providing greater levels of security than on process and change."

Phil Packman, General Manager, Security Gateway Operations

“We found that mitigating issues around firewall rulesets is very resource intensive if you don’t have the right tool, so the ROI from AlgoSec stacked up pretty quickly.”

Peter Erceg, Head of IT Security

  • Sanofi
  • BT
  • T-Mobile

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Creating Next-Generation Security Policies for Your Next-Generation Firewalls

By Avishai Wool on April 4, 2016

Primum non nocere, or ‘first do no harm,’ is the guiding principle for physicians. It means that whatever the type of treatment or procedure, the patient’s well-being is the primary consideration. It’s an excellent principle to apply to organizations’ IT infrastructures: any change or migration project needs careful planning and management to avoid unexpected outage...

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Are Firewalls Still Relevant to Security?

By Nimmy Reichenberg on April 20, 2016

“The firewall is dead”, “Data is the new perimeter”, “Cloud will make the firewall obsolete” – these are just some of the quotes you hear now and again within the information security community. But I would like to counter them with a quote adapted from (renowned cybersecurity expert) Mark Twain – “The reports of the firewall’s death have been greatly exaggerated”