eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year

Organizations concerned with maintaining a tight security profile will appreciate the fact that Core Impact 6 allows automated, ethical penetration testing.

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year - Lockdown Networks\ Lockdown Enforcer

Lockdown provides turnkey devices that utilize device and user identity along with location to enforce admission policies.

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year - Lockdown Networks\ Lockdown Enforcer

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year - Caymas Systems 525

Caymas identity-based NAC (network access control) appliances are a good example of the merging of firewall technology with access control.

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year - Caymas Systems 525

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year - Vernier Networks\ EdgeWall 8800

Vernier EdgeWall appliances combine access with intrusion detection to protect network resources.

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year - Vernier Networks\ EdgeWall 8800

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year - ConSentry LANshield Controller CS2400

ConSentry Networks LANShield Controller allows greater control of LAN assets while also performing deep packet inspection to look for network threats.

eWEEK Labs: Cameron Sturdevants Top Five Network Security Developments of the Year - ConSentry LANshield Controller CS2400

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