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Unified Threat Management

Unified Threat Management (UTM) is a term first used by IDC to describe a category of security appliances which integrates a range of security features into a single appliance. UTM appliances combine firewall, gateway anti-virus, and intrusion detection and prevention capabilities into a single platform. UTM is designed protect users from blended threats while reducing complexity.








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