Unified Threat Management (UTM) for Dummies
Learning about network security doesn’t have to be boring… or complicated. Both techies and non-techies will find much to learn from ‘Unified Threat Management For Dummies’. If you’re the technical type, you’ll learn a few new things about UTM, plus you might want to provide this book to the non-technical people in your organization. It will give them a better understanding of the issues you’re facing every day and generate discussions as to how your organization can better meet today’s security threats. And, if you’re not the technical type, it will give you a better understanding of the issues faced by your security people.
The 68 page book is from from Wiley Publishers, the creators of the ‘Dummies’ series with more than 200 million books in print and more than 1,600 titles. In the breezy, easy style of other ‘Dummies’ books, ‘Unified Threat Management For Dummies’ provides information on how UTM can provide you the power to control your applications and devices, improve network security and performance and consolidate the management of essential security technologies.
In its pages you’ll learn:
- Why legacy security systems don’t protect you
- How network security evolved
- How security consolidation improves performance
- What deployment strategies are being used
- How to evaluate a new UTM system