If you are trading up your WatchGuard FireCluster to a new FireCluster model, there are several steps to follow to ensure success.
Setting up a WatchGuard FireCluster, also known as a High-Availability firewall, to ensure there is physical redundancy for your firewall setup.
Given the requirements set through HIPAA, protecting medical information is critical. Through the WatchGuard firewall we can configure several pieces to ensure this personal data is secure.
In this post we want to outline the default policies, why they exist, and what you need to do to secure them.
WatchGuard firewalls are capable of two modes of operation in regards to policy order: Auto-Order mode and Manual-Order mode.
With the release of firmware version 12.3, WatchGuard has implemented their own version of SD-WAN.
One of the key features to look for in a firewall is its ability to block zero-day malware.