Firewall Analysis: Analyze Security, Traffic Logs and Configurations, Policies, Rules

Firewall Analysis can be split broadly in to two categories. One is, the operation of the Firewall captured in security and event logs. The other is, the administration of Firewall captured in configurations, policies and rules files.

Analyze Security and Traffic Logs

Firewall Security Analyzer Tool

Firewall Traffic Log Analysis

Firewall log analysis provides insight in to the security threats and traffic behavior.

In depth analysis of the firewall security logs provides critical network intelligence about attempts to breach security and attacks like virus, trojan, denial of service, etc. These network security threats pose a grave risk to the critical resources in the network. From the firewall security log reports security administrators can perform security log analysis, visualize network threat scenario and plan their strategy to protect from those threats.

Analysis of traffic logs provides valuable information about bandwidth usage, employee internet usage, bandwidth guzzling web sites, and interface wise traffic. From the traffic log reports of firewall analysis, network/security administrators will be to monitor fair usage of the bandwidth for business purposes and plan for the future requirements of bandwidth capacity.

Firewall Analyzer acts as an extensive firewall log analyzer, collects syslog generated by firewalls and generates reports which enables security admininstrators to perform firewall logs analysis.

Analyze Firewall Configurations, Policies, and Rules

Firewall Configuration Analysis Rules & Policies

Firewall configuration analysis provides information to optimize the performance of firewalls.

Deeper analysis of the policies/rules provides information about the frequency of usage or non-usage of the rules. This information can be used by the security / network administrators to find out the adequacy of the rules, requirement of a particular rule, rule usage resulting in security policy implementation. From the rules / policy reports of firewall analysis, the administrator can decide whether to delete unused rules, modify the moderately used rules and add new rules to meet the security policy requirements.

Analysis of firewall configuration provides information about wrong configurations, sub-optimal configurations, etc. With this information, the administrator will be able to correct / fine tune the configurations for optimum firewall performance.

Thus, this firewall log analysis tool offers CLI-based configuration monitoring and it supports Telnet, SSH, and SCP protocol for security and traffic log analysis. Firewall Analyzer tool also helps security admins track policy changes, optimize firewall performance and maintain compliance standards.

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