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eEye Rolls Out Blink Security Management Appliance 200

Mini appliance is designed to deploy and manage up to 200 computer desktops secured by eEye's Blink Professional security software

To address the evolving security landscape, eEye Digital Security (www.eeye.com), an expert in integrated security and threat-management solutions, today announced the availability of the Blink Security Management Appliance 200, the first and only mini appliance designed to deploy and manage up to 200 computer desktops secured by eEye's Blink Professional security software.

The appliance is ideal for small-to-medium sized businesses looking to meet regulatory compliance and avoid agent overload and the labor intensive task of having to manually configure and set up dedicated servers and databases to manage multiple security agents.

"Considering recent changes in regulatory compliancy, malware specifically designed to disable endpoint security solutions, and the rise in attacks focused on social engineering and PC applications, the need for centralized management, even for the smallest business, is more critical than ever," said eEye CEO Kamal Arafeh. "Businesses are concerned with ways to offset the cost of a management server while still providing full functionality for even the most stringent regulatory compliance."

As a single lightweight client, the Blink 200 delivers integrated multi-layered desktop protection against known exploits, zero-day attacks and all other attack vectors. The Blink 200 enables regulatory compliance in a single form factor solution and is ideal for environments with up to 200 Windows personal computers and for businesses requiring complete, multi-layered, managed endpoint-protection or vulnerability-management using agent-based host technology.

eEye has optimized the Blink 200 appliance with its REM Security Management Console to offer unrivaled threat-management and protection via managed firewalls as well as anti-virus, anti-spyware, host-based intrusion prevention, and vulnerability assessments.

The appliance also combines all licenses, software, and deployment packages into a single solution to offer complete desktop protection as a platform.

eEye Blink Security Management Appliance 200 - Key Features

-- Ready for rapid deployment, power on to full protection in 15 minutes -- Fully packaged and configured with Blink Professional Agents -- Features eEye's SRT (Software Removal Tool) for removal and uninstall of other malfunctioning or undesirable security agents prior to Blink deployment -- Blink Management is performed using eEye's REM Security Management Console with all the robust features of an enterprise security solution for regulatory compliance, data loss prevention, vulnerability management, and change control -- Completely managed through a web interface and extensible with Backup and Restore functionality for disaster recovery, hardware faults, and change control -- Rapid migration from the Blink 200 to the eEye Security Management Appliance 1505 for organizations experiencing growth -- Headless operations for configuration and management with all embedded licenses, software, and updates provided by eEye

Pricing and Availability Pricing for the eEye Blink Security Management Appliance 200 starts at $2495 USD in North America, which includes 25 assets and Next Business Day Platinum support. Available now, the appliance can be purchased through eEye channel partners or in combination with eEye's Security Account Managers.

Customers and partners interested in volume discounts should contact an eEye Security Account Manager at [email protected] or call 866-282-8276.

For more information on the Blink Security Management Appliance 200, visit http://www.eeye.com/html/products.

About eEye Digital Security eEye Digital Security is a leader in vulnerability management, endpoint security, anti-virus software and IT security research. The company's advanced security solutions help technology professionals protect the networks and digital assets of more than 9,000 corporate and government organizations worldwide. Founded in 1998, eEye Digital Security is headquartered in Orange County, California. For more information, please visit www.eEye.com.

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