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https://media.trustradius.com/product-logos/pS/gi/BCQ32GLX7WMA.PNGI love FireMonFireMon is used to manage the firewalls in the organization. It allows us to view rules and configurations as well as allows us to audit it to see where we can improve the rule sets. It can also create helpful reports with great suggestions or display what you have in a nice organized fashion. Wonderful device!,Organized. Easy to use. It helps improve FWs.,Trying to reset forgotten passwords was sometimes difficult, the timing with technical was sometimes hard, but they were always helpful and very nice.,10,10,Very positive impact!,It did not. We only had Cisco appliances.,All in one firewall compliance and reporting that really works!As the complexity of our environment has increased, we found it difficult to audit our firewalls and keep track of changes. Most importantly was the compliance aspect. Traditionally this has been done with a manual review, but as we have added firewalls and from different vendors, this had become a time-consuming process that was unsustainable. With FireMon we are able to continually audit our firewalls and flag any issues that would cause a problem with a security audit. The initial remediation was difficult, but we are now able to quickly identify any issues and get them remediated quickly. It also gives us the ability to supply reports to our auditors to address any questions they may have about the security of our network.,From Cisco to Palo Alto and AWS Security Groups, we are able to pull in all of this information into a centralized location. From the list of supported vendors, we feel like we are not limited to any one firewall vendor. This is very important to us as we are always looking into the best technology to support our ongoing growth. The ability to create custom reports or to use the pre-built templates was a very nice feature for us, we want to make sure that our baseline is in line with the compliance standards we are audited against and go the extra mile in some cases to make sure that we are always safe. We are always confident that we are compliant across the organization with the reporting that Firemon provides. As we have matured as a company we have adopted a security first policy when it comes to firewall rules. In the past firewall rules were approved and implemented without much thought given to process and tracking. With Policy Planner we are able to track those changes pre-implementation and post implementation to ensure that no changes are made without authorization and they are correctly implemented.,Upgrades almost always require support intervention if you're going more than a few releases newer, and even then the upgrade process could use improving. Luckily it really doesn't have to be done often if you're happy with your implementation. For us, the only reason to upgrade would be to address security with the product itself. It can be a little overwhelming the first time you start to get reporting, especially if the environment has been around awhile. We had difficulty at first because we were overwhelmed by the amount of information we were seeing and we needed pro services to train our staff to use Firemon effectively. We found that even with this assistance it still took time before we were able to wrap our heads around getting everything remediated. Some of the built-in templates for things such as PCI remediation are locked from changes and prevented from duplicating, we had to make our own using those standards so that we could begin reporting with it. This took a little time to do and we feel that we should be able to work with it out of the box. It wasn't a big problem but something to look out for.,10,10,On the positive we were able to reduce the amount of man hours needed to remediate and get reporting to our auditors, this was very important to us as we moved to ongoing remediation versus quarterly. On the downside we spent a lot of time training, configuring and remediating to get everything the way we needed it. This was the biggest pain point we had and it caused some stress to the organization. In the long run it made life easier though.,We required the ability to manage firewalls from any vendor or cloud provider, as we did not want to become dependent on any one firewall solution. It was also important because we would be using FireMon for a very long time and we did not want to change solutions for monitoring and compliance. FireMon has been great in that aspect and we are now able to automatically add new firewalls to FireMon as they are deployed to the environment.,We went from the pain of Firewall compliance audits being seen as a bad thing to being in a place that we are always compliant. The ability to stay on top of this has relived a lot of stress in the organization and especially with the network engineers in charge of the remediation. We are no longer in crunch time and we have found that we are able to roll out new rules that are compliant from the beginning.,AlgoSecFireMon - Great Enterprise ToolFireMon is being leveraged across several IT Departments, including IT Security, Risk Management, Engineering, and Architecture teams. For us, it helps across many of our business models. We are in a highly regulated industry, SOX, MICS (gaming), and PCI, to name a few. For security best practices, we leverage integrated reports to help identify unused rules and objects. From an engineering and architectural approach, we leverage anything from policy creation and optimization, to ping path analysts to make sure the correct firewalls and policies are submitted the first time. With close to 100 firewalls, this helps streamline the process.,Built-in compliance and security reporting - By scheduling reports, we automate the information gathered and get it to the correct department for remediation, freeing up resources for other tasks. Ping Path Analysts - this plays a big help in our environment. With over 300 IT personnel, communication is sometimes lost. Changes to architecture happen frequently with our dynamic and worldwide presence, including cloud. It is important to get it right the first time, in a secure and efficient manner. Security Manager - Organization, optimization, and metrics that can easily be tracked and help make future decisions on the appropriate coarse of action. For example, I've taken multiple firewalls which had high CPU and memory utilization, reprioritized the policies, and cut those metrics in half.,Licensing is a nightmare - Depending on the 'size' of your firewall, there are different scu's. There are also costs associated with adding router/switches, as well as centralized management. System status and health - while there are ways to display the metrics, you have to go to a different URL and to each appliance. It would be nice if the manager had a health check for all of the collectors associated with it on it dashboard. MFA / SSO /SAML2.0 integration - It would be valuable to integrate the before mentioned integrations for secure access and flexibility.,8,6,Positive - flexibility and use of the product. This enables non-firewall savvy people to gather enough information to make an intelligent, firewall policy request. Automation of reporting frees up a ton of resources by sending the appropriate information to the different teams. Compliance is a huge benefactor of these reports, as we are in one form of an audit every other month Negative - High price tag. Difficult Licensing model. Scalability and stability has been a problem for us. Integration to our ticketing system will cost to much, so this is still an area that I would like to integrate some day.,Yes, we have benefited from the multiple vendor, multiple environments quite well. Using tools such as ping path analysts, we can traverse multiple vendor and infrastructures, to gather information to correctly secure and create policy before ever touching a firewall or router. We can create accurate change control and execute right the first time. This is HUGE, as we are hybrid across multiple cloud vendors around the world to our properties.,Yes.,A Life with FireMon.We are a product distributor of Firemon, we were able to sell Firemon to some of our customers, from telecoms, banks and call centers. I am the one providing the walkthrough and guide the customers on how to integrate the FireMon security manager to the Firewall devices. FireMon addresses a lot of difficulties that the firewall administrator faces, a lot of firewall devices are not optimized. FireMon can help a lot on this department. Though FireMon has other add on modules from the security manager. I did not see an aggressive positioning of the other modules.,Configuration changes, it can monitor and alerts any change on the firewall through email alerts. Optimised firewall rules , FireMon easily identify the unused firewall rules, duplicate rules, shadowed rules. Traffic Flow Analysis help a lot to further discover, tightening rules such as ANY rules configured on the firewall.,Needs more supported devices and firewall supported vendors. Needs to push other add on modules to show the full capability of the FireMon Security Manager. eg policy planner, policy optimiser, risk analysis. Needs aggressive marketing in the Philippine Market. A lot of customers are not aware that there is a solution for firewall optimization and management. A lot of add on features are not introduced or not being used by the customer.,9,9,As a product distributor, we would like to introduce the add on module to the customers. In return it will help the customer a lot on optimising firewall rules and creating firewall rules to harden the firewall perimeter.,Our FireMon deployment inculdes public and private firewalls, So far ithelpsp the customer to manage, monitor and do the firewall clean up. It's a disappointment since the other great features are not used greatly eg policy planner, policy optimizer and risk analysis.,With FireMon the firewall administrators will be able to save a lot of time to do firewall clean up and optimized firewall rules. Without FireMon it would be next to impossible to manage thousand of firewall rules, find unused rules, duplicated rules and shadow rules.,FireMon is excellent, but review my commentsWell, we are using FireMon in our IT department only. I would like to share my latest concern about it. Since the last major upgrade of FireMon, I am facing a major problem where all my devices are showing the Critical button. While some are having serious issues, others are not but it keeps showing up as Critical. In the last versions, we had three icons and we could directly identify and prioritize the criticality of each. This is my major concern with the update. FireMon also does not recognize Source Object group difference and thus makes my reports unreliable and I have to double check! Otherwise, I love working with FireMon.,Redundancy checks Cleaning rules Keep consistency on your firewalls Tracking problems Compliance check,For redundant rules, adding source object group check,9,9,Positive impact on decreasing our firewall performance while keeping unwanted rules away.,We use FireMon in our private environment so I cannot say about different cloud behavior.,I did not try this feature yet,,10,1,Clean up rules Flow tracking,None,Policy planner Risk management,10,Business Process Monitor (formerly HP Business Process Monitor), Real User Monitoring (formerly HP Real User Monitoring), Micro Focus Service Manager, Network Node Manager i (formerly HP Network Node Manager)One more step in protecting firewallsFireMon is used for tracking and reviewing firewall rules on a regular basis. It is used to save an old process of manually tracking all of the firewall rules.,It can be customized in a lot of ways because you can write your own queries and assign them to controls. When the system has proper resources, FireMon is quite reliable and quick to pull new firewall rules. The user interfaces has a lot of options to use like revisions. It is helpful to look at revisions before and after changes to make sure everything went as planned. It also has some pie graphs that are good for showing in reports.,There needs to be functionality to roll back changes to FireMon, or save copies of firewall documentation that can be reverted back. There are some manual fields you can fill in for firewall rules in FireMon (things such as notes about audits of the rules, when they were last audited, etc). If they are removed, there is no way to re-add them. There also needs to be an option to copy documentation from one firewall to another in case you have to RMA a firewall. I have been advised that the development team is adding these features sometime in the next year, but it has bit us a few times. I get the impression that the development team needs to give better documentation to the support team. No root access to the box. This has caused some issues such as not being able to eject a CD rom from a VM and not being able to install a backup client requiring us to code a backup script in house. There used to be sudo access, but it was removed.,6,6,We had a couple of outages on our rule documentation due to changes in the FMOS code that caused the appliance to be down for a while which hurt our ROI. Not having to manually track all of the rules has freed up engineers for better things. Better auditing of firewall rules significantly decreases security risks to our environment because we are using FireMon to ensure everything is reviewed regularly.,There was a multi-week process of reviewing firewall rules multiple times per year in the past, and FireMon has eliminated that. It is also easier to provide documentation to auditors because it is a matter of logging into FireMon and doing a PDF export.Another Fire-something, but a good one!FireMon is a global tool that has been purchased to get a centralized view of our firewalls. This enables us to review our security posture and implement a compliance strategy with our customers.,Customization of reporting is a nice feature. This is not available with other similar tools in the industry. Traffic Flow Analysis is widely used for looking at overly permissive rules. The dashboards are simple and enable us to do a presentation for non-technical audiences. The integration of firewalls is quite easy. Support is fast to respond and generally knowledgeable.,The main area where FireMon will need improvement is a true knowledge base for customers and users. There is a lack of documentation and known facts. This means that as a user, the need for opening tickets for simple tasks is sometimes frustrating.,9,9,The product enables us to review the change management process with our vendors and enables us to track any changes in the firewalls that would have not been authorized.,We are just starting to introduce AWS capabilities into our FireMon environment so I will not comment.,N/A - We are not subject to any compliance regulation except NERC, which is not part of the compliance reports. This, though, can be customized so it's not an issue.,AlgoSec and Tufin Orchestration SuiteFireMon, great tools for managing cyber security devices!We have used FireMon for our MSS clients, including managed firewalls from a different vendor. It's mainly used to manage firewalls, policy review and integrate into the CAB approval process, it went well and provided an easy solution for us and accurate report to clients. Friendly user interfaces are easy to use and system was stable all the time.,Automate validation of compliance feature saved us time for auditing. It will generate report so we can provide to auditor for further review. Traffic flow analysis is one of the feature we used on daily basis, especially when there is a new request for adding policy for a complex environment, this feature provided accurate information on which security device is passing the traffic. Firewall cleanup recommendations helped us to improve firewall efficiency and avoid unnecessary changes. We scheduled to using this feature every 6 months to clean up zero hit rules and firewalls performance have been improved since.,We had an issue when FireMon takes a long time to process the logs from over a dozen chatty firewalls. I understand when there are huge data sending to FireMon it needs time to process it, but FireMon might need to optimize how the data is handled.,10,10,We are managing larger number of client's security devices using FireMon and it reduced our backlog for routine changes. By using FireMon's well-designed UI and great features like traffic analysis, removable rules report and compliance auditing etc, we are able to archive our goals in one central console, it saved manpower and reduced human errors.,We using FireMon to provide quarterly compliance reports to our clients. The report can be scheduled and sent to client directly. You can create custom assessments or use the pre-built ones, like PCI and NIST we used on different clients to meet different needs.,FireMon consolidates wellBoth the networking and security departments utilize FireMon to do configuration and rule reporting across multiple firewall products and vendors. This includes utilizing FireMon to check for changes in firewall policy or troubleshooting if a connection should be allowed/denied through multiple firewalls.,It finds unused or shadowed rules and shows them to you well. It makes auditing of baseline standards easy. Makes it easy to search across multiple firewalls. Makes it easy to see if traffic should get through the firewalls.,Sometimes the search filter syntax doesn't make it easy to find what you are looking for. It uses its own syntax. Lacks the ability to go back in time and create a compliance report from older data.,8,10,FireMon has had a positive impact on analyst and engineer time to locate and report on policy data.,We utilize multiple firewall vendors and types, and FireMon presents the data the same which is very helpful for interpreting the data.,FireMon saves time for analysts by letting us create compliance reports that look at only the segments that we need and don't overwhelm us with data that isn't needed for that report.FireMon - Great tool for a clean environmentCurrently, FireMon is used as an auditing tool to track all changes. Also, we use it for quarterly reviews to do rule cleanup on firewall rules. It is only being used by our IT Security Team for our firewall assets. This tool is required for record retention.,Tracking all changes that occur on assets. Able to quickly identify duplicate or unused rules. Automation and workflow.,Network maps have a lot of room for improvement How FireMon is updated; not able to pull updates directly from the system.,7,9,Lowers the time that we are trying to determine what rules are being overly used. Able to quickly compile rule-based review across the enterprise.,FireMon has not come out with fully supported compliance regulations for CIP requirements.,Tufin and Skybox SecurityFireMon - Worth it.FireMon is used by firewall administrators and security analysts on a regular basis. Administrators analyze proposed changes and existing rules base. Security analysts use it to audit.,Fast analysis of flaws in the rules set Dynamic mapping Normalize varied platforms into a standard appearance Quickly find unused rules and objects Useful canned reports,While you can evaluate potential changes to firewall rules, you can not implement the rules from FireMon. The GUI is easy to navigate, but learning where to go for the useful features takes a little practice. While the base product has reports for analyzing vulnerabilities, a separate license is required to get the full benefit.,10,10,The primary benefit has been reducing the labor of analysis of rules in both audit and administration. Tasks that took hours now take minutes.,AlgoSec and RedSeal,10,2,Business control: mapping requests for change, authorization for change, and the change that was made. Best Practice review: overly permissive rules, shadowed rules, use of "any", etc... Change/impact analysis: changes can be review in FireMon prior to production implementation,The ability to add reports monitoring for specific rules that are no longer approved was unexpected, but useful.,We may add the module to allow pivot analysis of vulnerability data.,10,Rsam GRC, McAfee Enterprise Security Manager, Rapid7 NeXpose, ManageEngine Password Manager Pro, PhishMe, RSA Security Analytics, FireEye, Cisco IronPort Web Security Appliance,No,Product Features Product Usability Analyst Reports Third-party Reviews,No changes.,Implemented in-house,No,Change management was minimal,Had to work with FireMon support and another vendor to figure out the configuration on one tool to send data.,10,No,The local FireMon Sales Engineer who supports a different industry is always quick to help and back up support. He's the closest to us. He has just as much ownership for our problems as our assigned staff. Great team work.,Once configured, the pre-made reports provide immediate value. The data from the reports are informative and offer insight into remediation of problems.,Configuring systems to send data to FireMon may take some effort and troubleshooting. At least one system required co-ordination between support from both vendors.,9Great tool for check and balancesThis is a great tool to keep an eye on our network engineers to make sure that all changes done are under our existing change control process.,Notification of changes to firewalls Mapping capabilities Reporting on existing rules Help in firewall rules review,Provide capability to view software defined networks (private cloud infrastructure),8,10,8,Checks and balances for our network team Help with compliance reporting,cisco and palo altoFireMon – Bringing the heat!!FireMon is actively being used by our security team to enforce oversight and compliance standards for our firewall environment. Additional business units are also leveraging the solution to help with reporting. Change management will use the tool to identify rogue changes or changes that may have been implemented outside of our internal change management guidelines. Firewall admins will use the solution to improve the quality of the rules that they generate and to assist with the review and approval workflow. Compliance leverages the solution to help prioritize which devices may need more assistance or a greater amount of overhead needed to remediate.The main benefit at this time is that it helps us help ourselves and reduce the amount of calories we burn each month or quarter in identifying what issues we need to address in our environment. Getting ready for audit, or quarterly reviews of devices is exponentially easier. Having the ability to automate many of our controls into our workflow on an ongoing basis also reduces the amount of time spent in each of those scheduled reviews/clean up efforts.,BU Reporting - Concerned about role segmentation? Want other business units to peek into how things are going on your devices but without having to give everyone under the sun admin credentials for those devices? Firemon accomplishes that for us. I'm able to take this solution to various business units and shop it around...and increase its ROI by getting additional processes or procedures built around its functionality. Remediation Reporting - A flexible interface allows for very granular information to be generated, exported, and manipulated. Want to export a list of expired rules, done. Rules that allow traffic but don't have logging enabled, done. Find a change that took place outside of your change window and identify who's manager to speak to - done. Support - Although this isn't a "Security Manager" specific example its worth emphasizing that with such a flexible and vestal tool there are multiple ways of doing things. Usually there is the way that I can find to fit my needs right now - but the support staff have been amazing as offering improvement suggestions for the way that I use the tool to accomplish the tasks I have to complete. Quick turnaround on tickets, and no micro-managing of prerequisites before offering a to schedule a webex or best guess first step.,More granular documentation - A flexible tool is great, but with flexibility comes gaps in documentation. Nothing serious, but I have found myself asking questions to support on more than one occasion because I couldn't independently find the solution in the default documentation. "How can I generate a query that uses this argument rather than this one..." kinda stuff. More granular ability to "whitelist" specific rules - If security teams had perfect security, the business wouldn't be allowed to operate. That being the case there will always be compromises. Although I may care about a specific control as far as my environment is concerned, I will find myself with a laundry list of rules that will take an extended effort to clean up, or there is no good way around. Being able to acknowledge these and then circle back to them at regular intervals for review would be good - as opposed to having to make sure I filter those specific rules out of larger exports that I may dump into a ticket for remediation.,10,10,Extremely Positive - Recent efforts that have hinged on Firemon reporting ability have greatly matured our security posture. Administration Culture - Admins fight a balance of efficiency and due diligence - just as security teams fight a battle of risk vs. business needs. Having Firemon in house as a solution has helped shape the due diligence and expectations from our administrators, clearly allowing us to draw a line in the sand as far as acceptable risk, or acceptable documentation - and enforce that. Over time findings go down, technical debt from years past is lowered, and were promoting that security minded mentality into future vendor and device selections based off of in house practices and priorities.,Web based browser UI
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It has some hefty requirements for system specs, but that's due to the firewall logging. You can have multiple nodes to distribute the load and grow as you need. We found that our initial setup went beyond what we initially needed, but we were able to see the increasing load and plan accordingly to add resources and nodes to handle the additional firewalls.
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You can add more data collectors to scale. One issue is that you cannot have multiple data collectors assigned to one device. For example, if you have some heavy hitting firewalls, you can't have two data collectors hooked up to them in a round robin fashion. I have been advised you can accomplish this with a load balancer in front of the data collectors, but I have not looked into it yet.
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I am in an organization that spans over all continents, and this product enables me to create data collectors close to the assets without compromising effectiveness.
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It seems that you could get to a very large and/or heterogeneous environment and it will still give you the data you need.
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It seems the scalability is pretty simple in a VM environment. However, if you have hardware appliances, you want to make sure it is futureproofed for any acquisitions or additional hardware that may come up.
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FireMon - Worth it.

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We have encountered no issues scaling or changing systems that feed the data. Upgrades are straight forward.
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As a security professional let me first acknowledge that I know better than to say or document much in a public forum. That being said I have recently had reasons to sit down and future proof our current implementation. We're as virtual as virtual can be - if we acquired 300% of our current device load tomorrow responding to that need (aside from licensing) would just be a matter of spinning up more VM's in house, and cutting the appropriate tickets for where syslog info gets sent.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Policy planning and rule management (7)
8.7
Automated Policy Orchestration (3)
9.1
Device Discovery (6)
7.1
Policy Compliance Auditing (10)
8.5
Attack Path Simulation Testing (2)
7.7
Anomalous Event or Behavior Deviation (1)
9.1
Firewall Rule Cleanup (10)
8.2

About FireMon

FireMon's Network Security Policy Management (NSPM) platform gives security and operations teams automated visibility and analysis for network security devices. FireMon's web-based UI allows users to dissect their network security policies, locate compliance failures, and assess security vulnerabilities. The vendor says the platform proactively delivers intelligence around IT security and compliance so organizations can make better decisions about their network security.

The FireMon platform offers:

  • Real-time monitoring for security and network operations to see details in complex IT and security systems. With granular, sub-second views into the network infrastructure, FireMon provides automated analysis to improve security posture, maintain compliance and detect advanced threats.
  • Automated Security Configuration Assessments (SCA) for continuous compliance, automated rule and cleanup recommendations, and risk-based simulation for policy changes. Users can create "what if" scenarios for analysis and model the impact of potential changes. This reduces time and gives greater assurance that firewall changes provide appropriate security and accessibility to IT assets.
  • Continuous assessment of all security device configurations in real-time, complying to regulatory and internal standards. Audits are automated with sub-second analysis and documentation across the security infrastructure.

FireMon Features

Has featureKPI Dashboards: See your network at a glance with analysis, trending and key performance indicator widgets on a customizable dashboard.
Has featureTraffic Flow Analysis: Monitor network traffic behavior – down to the application level – to isolate overly permissive configurations.
Has featureAccess Path Analysis: Trace every available access path across the network and visualize relationships between network devices to identify risk access points.
Has featureNetwork Mapping: Visualize and interact with highly complex network security environments or segmentations.
Has featureChange Detection & Reporting: Isolate, document and alert on every ongoing change implemented throughout your existing firewall policies.
Has featureAssessments & Controls: Define and employ unique security controls for customized, repeatable analysis and reporting on your firewall policies.

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Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls - PA Series, Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering PAN-DB, Palo Alto Networks Virtualized Next-Generation Firewalls - VM Series, VMware NSX, VMware ESXi, Check Point Next Generation Firewall, Check Point Security Management, AhnLab Trusguard, Check Point FireWall-1 / SmartCenter / VPN-1 Edge including VSX, Cisco ASA / PIX / FWSM / ASA Context, Dell SonicWall, F5 AFM, Fortinet Fortigate / VDOM, Huawei USG / Eduemon, Hillstone SG-6000 series, IBM Proventia MFS, Juniper Netscreen / SRX / ScreenOS / VSYS, Secui NXG / MF2, Stonesoft Management Center and detected firewalls, Topsec Firewall, WeGuardia FW

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Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
Does not have featureFree or Freemium Version Available?No
Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
Entry-level set up fee?Optional

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Deployment Types:On-premise, SaaS
Operating Systems: Web based browser UI
Mobile Application:No
Supported Countries:All countries except North Korea, Iran, Sudan, Syria and Cuba
Supported Languages: English