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Virtual Areas

Virtual areas are the virtualized network security policy management system that enables organizations to centrally manage and enforce network security policies across an isolated network infrastructure.

This provides a virtualized view of the network topology, rules, reports and allows administrators to define policies that govern network traffic.

By using virtual areas, organizations can ensure that their isolated network infrastructure is properly configured, aligned with compliance requirements, and protected against potential security threats.

By default, one virtual area is given to manage a single infrastructure network security policy management activity.

For additional virtual areas usage additional number of virtual area license is required.