Compliance and Firewall Audits


Every enterprise must keep their firewalls compliant to best practices and standards. Compliance an firewall audits is a crucial issue for them.

It is both a necessity coming from regular audits, and it is about being more secure.

There are also several benefits apart from regulatory requirements and security.

The first one is business continuity, when following the compliance items enterprises are more prepared to business downtime conditions. Also, being compliant is an ethical responsibility every enterprise has to their stakeholders and to the community.

Finally, it brings a competitive advantage to enterprises in several circumstances.

Compliance an firewall audits
Compliance an firewall audits

Opinnate is a central management system for all the policies on all the firewalls.

Enterprises can easily get their non-standard rules like unused, shadowed, disabled, expired, risky or permissive rules. It will be shown on the main dashboard in an executive level, but detailed analysis of the findings can be made via rule viewer and several optimization actions be taken afterwards.

Also, compliance-readiness reports are prepared on-demand or in scheduled periods preferred.


There are several regulations like HIPAA, standards like PCI-DSS and ISO27001 and best practices like NIST that are checking firewalls on several different items in compliance and firewall audits

Firewall rule set reviews, vulnerability assessments, policy change management, access reviews, logging and monitoring are some of the items that are being investigated during an audit process.

Compliance an firewall audits

Choose product Edition
matching your needs

Lite Edition

Basic edition that makes policy analysis and reporting easy


Standard Edition

The edition that also makes rule clean-up and optimization automatically.


Enterprise Edition

End-to-end needs on policy management. From analysis to zero-touch automation.

Why Opinnate?

What are the differences?

  • All-in-one policy management 
  • No need for a management product from any firewall vendor
  • More use case scenarios for real needs  
  • Short deployment and enablement

Why are these good for you?

  • Lower TCO  
  • A comprehensive but simpler-to-use solution  
  • Less dependency to tools (Firewall management consoles, firewall analyzer)
  • Less resource usage