RedSeal Systems announced the general availability of its Security Risk Manager 3000 (SRM 3000) appliance

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

August 21, 2006

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SAN MATEO, Calif. -- RedSeal Systems, Inc., a developer of innovative security risk management software, today announced the general availability of its Security Risk Manager 3000 (SRM 3000) appliance. RedSeal’s SRM 3000 proactively measures and mitigates potential security risk within the enterprise network security architecture.

The SRM 3000 creates a singular network security risk and threat picture from many types of configuration data inputs including firewalls, routers, vulnerability assessment scanners and patch management systems. The SRM 3000 is powered by RedSeal’s Adaptive Risk Analysis (ARA™) engine that models and analyzes the configurations of complex networks and hosts, clearly identifying security risk “hot spots.”

A key output of the SRM 3000 is RiskMap™, a visual layout of network areas and key business assets that are at risk. By navigating the RiskMap, users can see the best places to eliminate network security risk exposure. RedSeal provides end-users with information on how a threat might traverse the network, options for remediation and reports on the risk posture of both devices and key network segments and subnets. RedSeal’s open and highly extensible product framework allows the company to add new devices and technology types quickly, often out of band of scheduled release cycles in as little as a few weeks.

“All enterprises want to make sound security decisions that optimize the network’s defenses ahead of a breach,” said Joel Evanier, RedSeal’s president and chief executive officer. “Our focus is on providing accurate, intuitive intelligence that makes SRM deployment and use an easy choice, bringing the benefits of proactive security to most enterprises.”

RedSeal Systems Inc.

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