StillSecure announced new functionality in Safe Access that eases the deployment complexity of NAC

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

July 24, 2007

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SUPERIOR, Colo. -- StillSecure®, creator of secure network infrastructure software, today announced new functionality in Safe Access® that dramatically eases the deployment complexity of NAC by offering improved performance, usability, and testing speeds. StillSecure's existing customers within the U.S. Federal government and commercial enterprise space range from the SMB to some of the largest, most complex organizations in the world. They have demanded a product that meets their needs -- and StillSecure has delivered.

"As one of the first entrants into the NAC market, StillSecure has spent years making Safe Access a mature, flexible, and scalable solution," said Andrew Braunberg, Research Director, Enterprise Security and Software, Current Analysis. "StillSecure understands that NAC needs to be easy-to-deploy and easy-to-use, both from an administrative as well as an end user perspective."

Numerous product enhancements reduce the time, resources, and effort required to implement and manage Safe Access. In a distributed environment, a single Safe Access Management Server controls multiple Enforcement Servers (grouped together in 'clusters'), which allows Safe Access to seamlessly accommodate dispersed geographic locations, heterogeneous network technologies, and a full range of endpoint connection types.


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