Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Rulebase

A set of rules which is used by a security device (such as a firewall) to make decisions about what access/traffic to allow and what to block. Also known as the firewall security policy.

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Recycle Gross domestic product - GDP Discount received
Deadline Factum CHIEF
Trust Freedom of Information Public Good
Life Interest Bid Security for Loans
MINT Fixed Cost Trojan
BRIC Net Realizable Value Shareholders
Company Director service agreement Ask Alternate bid
Kina Power of Attorney e-company
Accrued Interest Critical Success Factors In solidum
AFAIK Spam The Crown
Executor-dative Donee Regulations - EU
Margin Scheme HMAC KPI
Critical Path Ex parte Leverage

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