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.

The AlgoSec Security Policy Management Solution

Trusted by Over 1500 Customers
and 20 of the Fortune 50

“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

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

Bruno Roulleau, Network Security Architect

“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

  • BT
  • Sanofi
  • T-Mobile

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AlgoSec's recommendations for Cyber Security Awareness Month

By Joanne Godfrey on October 5, 2016

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Organized by the Department for Homeland Security it is an annual campaign to raise awareness about cybersecurity. Staying safe online is, of course, at the core of AlgoSec’s business so in support of Cyber Security Awareness Month, we’ve taken a look back through our blogs post over the past year to provide our own ‘Every Day Steps Towards Online Safety’.

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Managing application connectivity securely through a merger or acquisition

By Joe DiPietro on September 22, 2016

During a merger or acquisition, you have two enterprises each running complex IT infrastructures with hundreds if not thousands of applications. Usually, these applications don’t just simply integrate together – rather, some need to be altered or extended, some need to be used in parallel, while others need to be decommissioned and removed - which requires adjusting the firewall policies without creating security risks or outages.