XG Firewall v17.1. See clearly.
erfect visibility, even when the outlook’s cloudy.
XG Firewall v17.1 is coming, and it’s bringing Cloud Application Visibility with it – a capability that lets you see into the cloud, lighting up the shadow IT in your network’s dark corners.
Cloud Application Visibility turns XG Firewall into a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) device. Sitting between your users and the cloud, it monitors activity and enforces security policies, identifying and protecting data that’s at risk.
A CASB device protects your data in the cloud by delivering:
- Visibility– providing insight into the cloud services being used to store data.
- Compliance– ensuring data in the cloud meets residency and compliance requirements.
- Data Security– including encryption, access control and rights management.
- Threat Protection– stopping malicious insiders and compromised accounts.
CASB in XG Firewall v17.1
The latest version of our next-generation firewall makes it easy to see how cloud services are being used. It roots out shadow IT in the cloud, alerts you to undesirable and unauthorized behavior, and gives you the application control and traffic shaping tools you need to manage it all.
XG Firewall’s new Control Center widget gives you an at-a-glance view of your network’s new, sanctioned, unsanctioned and tolerated cloud apps.
Drill down and you’ll find a detailed report on each application, its users, traffic and level of risk. Access to traffic-shaping policies is just a click away, making it easy to get unwanted cloud application usage under control quickly.
New features in v17.1
Synchronized Application Control
We’ve made managing newly discovered applications even easier – including options to search, filter and forget them. You’ll also see that categories assigned to newly discovered apps appear in the list now, for easy reference.
Version 17.1 of XG Firewall lets you manage users with individual SMTP block and allow lists, via the User Portal. Domains or email addresses in the allow list bypass policies (except for malware or sandboxing enforcement), while emails from senders matching domains or addresses in the block list are quarantined automatically.
It also supports more flexible SMTP policy exceptions to provide parity with.
SSL VPN port option
You’ve requested the option to customize the SSL VPN listening port, so get ready to see it in v17.1!
Enhancements have been made to the firewall and rule management to improve flexibility, streamlining management even further.
You can now double click a firewall rule in the list to open it for editing; there’s a new option to block Google’s QUIC protocol, ensuring that all traffic uses regular HTTPS so it can be filtered and scanned; and there is now added flexibility in defining ACL exceptions, to restrict access to services like the User Portal from a single alias, for example.
This update provides wireless networking enhancements including the option to set the channel width for wireless radios in the GUI, as well as Radius Accounting.