Cisco Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) Next-Generation Firewall

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Solution Overview

Key Differentiators

Visibility and Control Defeats Advanced Attacks
Prevent breaches, get deep network and security visibility to detect and stop threats fast, and automate your network and security operations to save time and work smarter. 

Next-Generation Firewall Protection
NGFWs use a variety of capabilities including stateful firewall, static and dynamic routing, next-generation intrusion prevention systems (NGIPS), application visibility and control (AVC), URL filtering, and access control to increase security.

Integration with Cisco Security Ecosystem 
When integrated with other Cisco solutions (ISE, AMP for EndPoints, Talos, web and email appliances), it provides a cohesive environment of protection tools that share intelligence and learn.

Global Threat Intelligence
Talos is a team of more than 350+ full-time researchers with decoy systems, threat traps and telemetry agents deployed across the Internet to collect intel on existing and developing threats.

Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) for Networks provides detection, blocking, tracking, analysis and remediation to protect the enterprise against targeted persistent malware attacks.

Goals & Objectives

To understand and explore how Cisco FTD can increase your visibility and security posture while reducing risks to your organization.

Hardware & Software

Cisco FTD Next-Generation Firewalls:

FTD 1000 Series: For small to medium-size businesses, branch offices.

FTD 2100 Series: For Internet edge to data center environments.

FTD 4100 Series: For Internet edge, high-performance environments.

FTD 9000 Series: For service provider, data center environments.

Cisco Next-Generation Firewall Virtual Firepower (NGFWv): Optimized for cloud and data center environments, VMware, KVM, Hypervisor support.

Firepower Management Center (FMC): Hardware or Virtual appliance to manage Cisco network. Provides complete visibility and unified management for Cisco NGFW and NGIPS.

Firepower Device Manager (FDM): A web-based local on-box manager to provide firewall management through a thin client.

Cisco Defense Orchestrator (CDO): Cloud-based solution to manage security policies for NGFW, NGIPS and Meraki MX.