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Citrix NetScaler 10: What’s New in Security

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NetScaler 10 has already created a lot of buzz thanks to some amazing capabilities – TriScale, Action Analytics, DataStream Enhancements and more – that have been introduced. And indeed our marketing team has done a fantastic job of creating the buzz using multitude of mediums. Beyond the entire buzz, there are plenty of features that usually go unnoticed but are very much part of the real meat that NetScaler offers. With cloud era ushering to even greater heights – apart from all the cloud enablement technologies, security becomes a key component too. NetScaler has a full featured WAF (Web Application Firewall) that offers protection against L7 attacks for Web Applications and Databases.

There are plenty of more security features like SSL, DOS Protection, Authentication etc. that complement the WAF in providing holistic approach to security. NetScaler 10 comes with many security enhancements (other than WAF) that we will cover in this blog.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, NetScaler 10: What’s New in Security- The Citrix Blogs

  

 

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