Extensible Threat Management

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Extensible Threat Management (XTM) is a form of unified threat management which typically includes additional security and control features for Network Bandwidth, Traffic Shaping, Dynamic routing, Load balancing, VPN, VoIP security and more.[1]


  1. ^ Violino, Bob (6 April 2009). "All Together Now: Unified Threat Management". Network World. Retrieved 5 November 2014.