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chinese wall

noun barrier, detachment, disconnection, disunion, dividing wall, division, grouping, impenetrable barrier, isolation, partition, safeguard, secure separation, segmentation, severance, shield, total separation
Associated concepts: Chinese wall between clients, conflict of interest, conflicts of interests
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The ability to run Symantec Enterprise Firewall directly on an iSeries logical partition now gives our customers an even greater level of e-business security.
As VPNs and firewalls cross boundary lines between network infrastructure, security, and telecommunications they must be combined and configured to act as one security system that implements a security policy.
the leading provider of application security appliances, today announced the availability of its third generation of image spam defense enhancements to the Barracuda Spam Firewall.
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has introduced the Alteon Switched Firewall (ASF) System, which will enable customers to secure their networks with greater ease and performance, as well as increase data throughput by an order of magnitude over current firewall systems.
NetMRI Firewall Analysis Module reports on high and low usage rules, which assists network or security staff in reordering the rule sets for optimum operation.
Kingsville Independent School District in Kingsville, Texas, implemented the Barracuda Spyware Firewall 410 earlier this year at all 12 school facilities in the district.
Smaller vendors, however, are claiming that much of this is just marketing hype and that in reality the solutions from some of the large network firewall vendors provide no way near as much protection as those produced by smaller vendors such as Teros (soon to be part of Citrix) and F5.
Firewall Advisor, which it invokes automatically if installed.