A security policy set provides a common
administrative domain for a group of security policy rules applied
to designated sites. Each security policy set is attached—or bound—to
one or more areas and contains the collection of individual security
rules that applies to those sites.
By default, each security policy set has three
default security policy rules. You can add security policy rules
to a set to customize the traffic allowed, denied, or rejected from
any source or destination zone in a site. You bind security policy
sets to sites to map the firewall zones that specify interfaces
and network segments and apply the associated security rules to
the selected location.