Mu Security Upgrades Analyzer Appliance

Cox Communications adds use cases

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

November 5, 2007

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Mu Security, the leader in network security analysis systems, today announced a major new release of its flagship Mu-4000 Security Analyzer appliance. The Mu-4000 improves the reliability and uptime of networked products and IP business services by proactively addressing robustness and resiliency factors before systems are deployed in production environments. As a result, Mu Security’s growing service provider customer base is reducing service outages and customer churn.

"In order to provide our customers with the highest quality service and reliability, we use the Mu-4000 to ensure the equipment deployed on our network is thoroughly tested prior to placing it into production," said Paul Farley, Director of Network Intelligence & Security Engineering at Cox Communications. "Using the Mu-4000 to run virtually every conceivable testing scenario helps us live up to our customers’ expectations as their trusted provider of voice, video, data and wireless services."

"The reactive spending on perimeter security or managed services has not been effective as network downtime and vulnerabilities continue to grow," says Mike Monticello, Security Analyst at Enterprise Management Associates. "That's why Mu Security's solution is becoming indispensable to users who want to methodically identifying the root causes of robustness shortcomings or deep-seated vulnerabilities in any IP-based product or service."

Mu Security Inc.

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