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BeyondTrust Releases Network Security Scanner With Unlimited Vulnerability Assessment And Compliance Reporting

Retina Network Security Scanner includes targeted scan profiles for security, compliance, and systems administrators

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – October 8, 2013 – BeyondTrust, the security industry's only provider of Context-Aware Security Intelligence, today announced that Retina Network Security Scanner, the industry's most mature and effective vulnerability scanner, is now available with unlimited scanning and reporting for just $1200 for a full-year subscription. Customers will now have the ability to target an unlimited number of assets within their IT infrastructure, including critical network devices, virtual systems and databases, with no restrictions.

With this latest development, BeyondTrust offers organizations the most flexible and scalable vulnerability assessment solution on the market to efficiently identify IT exposures and prioritize remediation company-wide. Retina Network Security Scanner is simple to install and easy to use, and with the fastest scanning engine available today identifies vulnerabilities including missing patches and configuration weaknesses.

As part of this unprecedented package, BeyondTrust is also offering its reporting compliance pack, so organizations can easily test and provide the necessary documentation for SCAP, SOX, HIPAA, PCI, and ISO among other industry-specific regulatory requirements. Retina Network Security Scanner is immediately available for purchase. For more information, please visit: go.beyondtrust.com/rnssu

"With exploits and targeted attacks appearing faster than ever before, vulnerability scanners are an absolute must-have for any size organization and cost should never be a barrier," said Marc Maiffret, chief technology officer at BeyondTrust. "Retina Network Security Solution empowers organizations to identify risks and learn how to remediate them, dramatically reducing the internal and external attack surface of their environments."

Retina Network Security Scanner is already in use by over 10,000 organizations worldwide and includes targeted scan profiles for security, compliance and systems administrators responsible for today's dynamic IT environment. Retina provides cost-effective security risk assessment, as well as enables security best practices, policy enforcement, and regulatory audits. Now, IT professionals responsible for such critical areas as servers, desktops, virtualization and databases can quickly and easily assess their focus area for vulnerabilities.

Learn more about the entire family of Retina vulnerability management solutions during this two-minute video: https://vimeo.com/76358645

About BeyondTrust

BeyondTrust is the leading security solution vendor providing Context-Aware Security Intelligence, giving customers the visibility and controls necessary to reduce their IT security risks, while at the same time simplifying their compliance reporting.

BeyondTrust offers consistent policy-driven vulnerability and privilege management, role-based access control, monitoring, logging, auditing and reporting to protect internal assets from the inside out. The company's products empower IT governance to strengthen security, improve productivity, drive compliance, and reduce expense across physical, virtual, mobile and cloud environments.

With more than 25 years of global success, BeyondTrust is the pioneer of both Threat Management and Privileged Identity Management (PIM) solutions for heterogeneous IT environments. More than half of the companies listed on the Dow Jones Industrial Average rely on BeyondTrust to secure their enterprises. Customers include eight of the world's 10 largest banks, eight of the world's 10 largest aerospace and defense firms, and 7 of the 10 largest U.S. pharmaceutical companies, as well as renowned universities across the globe.

 

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10/30/2013 | 4:32:39 PM
re: BeyondTrust Releases Network Security Scanner With Unlimited Vulnerability Assessment And Compliance Reporting
Today's evolving threat landscape with enhanced hacker sophistication, targeted attacks, phishing, malware make securing the network increasingly important. Unfortunately, at the same time many IT groups are asked to do more with less. As such, what approach organizations take needs to be in align with their abilities and their organizational strategy. Sophos UTM for instance is a prime example of a UTM appliance that allows organizations to protect virtual and physical servers from malware threats without sacrificing performance.

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