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RSA Conference, San Francisco, CA and Ramat Gan, Israel: Tufin Technologies, the market-leading provider of Security Policy Management solutions, has announced version R13-1 of its award-winning Tufin Security Suite (TSS). TSS R13-1 offers a set of strategic enhancements that break new ground in network security operations, compliance and change management, while continuing to lead the market for automated application connectivity, which according to survey data published today by Tufin, is the number one use case for firewall management.

 

“By recognizing the integral role that network security systems such as firewalls play in assuring not only application protection but also performance and availability, Tufin... provides much needed closure to a gap in comprehensive application management that far too often goes neglected, yet one that can have a substantial impact on the business if not managed on a par with other aspects of business-critical applications” said Enterprise Management Associates analyst Jim Frey in a 2012 report titled “Tufin Closes the Application Gap in Complex Firewall Management with SecureApp”.

“The innovator’s dilemma is to execute on the roadmap in a way that balances short and long term customer requirements,” said Reuven Harrison, CTO, Tufin. “TSS R13-1 strikes that balance by adding support for new devices while extending the depth and breadth of automation across key fronts. With firewalls acting as the lynchpin between applications and the network, we believe that the enhancements to TSS R13-1 foster collaboration between applications and network teams, thereby exponentially increasing the business value of firewall management.