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April 7, 2011

University of Westminster selects Palo Alto Networks to upgrade network security

London-based University of Westminster has selected network security company Palo Alto Networks to replace its legacy firewalls.

By CBR Staff Writer

The recently released Palo Alto Networks PA-5050 next-generation firewalls are now providing the University with superior visibility into its network and application control, complete threat prevention and URL filtering.

The university is using Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls to safely enable applications without compromising on security.

Palo Alto Networks claims that its solution will provide great return on investment (ROI) by consolidating legacy perimeter security products from Check Point and others into a single appliance, saving administering and maintaining multiple separate perimeter platforms.

Judie Ayoola, team leader of network security at the University of Westminster, said Palo Alto Networks assists them in their mission to allow their students and faculty’s to access many of new emerging web-based applications, but to first and foremost ensure that they and the network they are attached to remains protected.

"Seeing all that is actually running on our networks, finally makes this possible," Ayoola concluded.

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