When it comes to managing IT security in general and firewalls specifically, many IT organizations are relying on manual processes that simply can’t keep pace with a rapidly changing threat landscape.
In a survey of 100 network security professionals conducted by Tufin Technologies, a provider of IT security management software, it's clear that the majority of IT organizations are relying on manual IT labor to change firewall rules. That may have been a viable approach once upon a time, but as the volume and complexity of IT security threats continue to increase, it’s pretty clear that manual processes will no longer scale to meet the threat.
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