Firewall + Firewall Policy = Improved Security
by Etienne Greeff - Professional Services Director, MIS Corporate Defence Solutions - Wednesday, 2 April 2003.
5. Document the policy

A firewall policy and the issues around it should always be documented to provide a reference for administrators and people working on the firewall. If the policy is documented people can work to, and follow the policy. If no formal policy exists people will tend to do things in an ad hoc fashion.

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