The Cisco ASA provides advanced stateful firewall and VPN concentrator functionality. It has long been the industry standard for firewalls. For more information on this product, seehttp://www.cisco.com/go/asa.
Firepower Threat Defense provides unified next-generation firewall and next-generation IPS functionality. In addition to the IPS features available on Firepower Software models, firewall and platform features include Site-to-Site VPN, robust routing, NAT, clustering, and other optimizations in application visibility and access control.Firepower Threat Defensealso supports Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) and URL filtering. For more information on this product, seehttp://www.cisco.com/go/ngfw.
Cisco's Migration Tool allows you to convert specific features in an ASA configuration to the equivalent features in anFirepower Threat Defenseconfiguration using the easy to use wizard based Migration Tool. Download the Migration Tool here . Release notes here.
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Threat Response Basics
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If you are just starting with Threat Response for the first time, use our quick start guides for Umbrella, Email Security, or Firepower. You can also check out our module configuration videos on YouTube and the in-product configuration details.