AlgoSec

AlgoSec

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AlgoSec

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What is AlgoSec?

AlgoSec, from the company of the same name in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, is a firewall security management option.

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What is AlgoSec?

AlgoSec, from the company of the same name in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, is a firewall security management option.

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Chandan Singh Rathore | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Algosec is best suited for those organizations that have a large number of firewalls from different vendors. In such a scenario, if you want to allow or deny something so you need to go on and login on to each firewall and make the changes. But with AlgoSec Firewall Analyzer, all the policies can be created from a single pane of management. If some traffic is getting blocked, even you can simulate the query from AFA to see where it's getting blocked. And policy creation can be automated.