Taking your security to the next generation

Facing the ever-changing landscape of “next-generation” equipment, organizations must now evaluate offerings during the business planning process. Next-generation firewalls can provide an additional layer of defense enabling the business. During a World Wide Technology (WWT) Next-Generation Firewall Workshop, our security practice experts will review a full capabilities matrix of next-generation technology from leading manufacturers. This matrix will help participants determine what next-generation solutions will drive the most business value to their organizations.


The WWT Next-Generation Firewall Workshop is a two- to four-hour strategic whiteboard session designed to help participants gain a better understanding of an organization’s perimeter business needs. Experts will explore capabilities and features of next-generation firewalls to determine how they align to participants’ security requirements and business goals. WWT Technical Solution Architects will use real-world scenarios to elaborate upon what a “next-generation firewall” is and how it can enable the business. Through this process, the workshop will align current technology with business objectives.


By participating in a WWT Next-Generation Firewall Workshop, your organization takes advantage of the opportunity to enhance understanding of the next-generation firewall space. Using internal business initiatives and goals, this workshop uniquely ties discovery and alignment to the organization. When completed, participants will better understand next-generation firewalls from a solution and business enablement perspective.

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