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Sign up for Episode 5 of Nebula Tech Deep Dive Miniseries - "What is AIOps, Optimizing Your NGFW in a Snap" on July 7, 2022 @ 9:00 AM (PDT) | 4:00 PM (UTC)    Network security operations remain a laborious and reactive process. Investing in sophisticated and expensive security equipment only pays when that equipment is used properly. Misconfigured security devices are extremely difficult to identify, and lead to breaches while undetected traffic patterns can cause performance issues that can slow or stop network traffic which can lower productivity.   In March, we introduced the industry’s first AIOps for NGFWs that revolutionizes firewall operations with ML-powered insights for the best security posture and optimal health. The NEW AIOps for NGFW reduces time to detect network security gaps by up to 99% and uses machine learning to predict up to 51% of disruptions to NGFWs before they impact the firewalls.    In this episode, you will hear directly from Product Manager how AIOps for NGFWs  Addresses top operational challenges such as misconfigurations and best practice compliance Helps maximize your firewall investment Reduces downtime Keeps your business operations running smoothly Product Demo  Duration - 1 hour Audience - Open to all. Content will be geared toward Network Security and Network Operations Practitioners 
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