Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 20, 2008
NetClarity, a leading provider of NACwall™ (network access control wall) appliances, announced that the U.S. Patent Office today issued patent No. 7346922 for their NACwall technology.
The technology is at the heart of NetClarity's line of EasyNAC appliances which range from a hand-held sized unit for an office of ten, to a single rack mounted unit that protects networks of more than 2,000 IP addresses. These appliances can also be deployed in clusters and communicate from remote offices back to the correlating EasyNAC Enterprise dashboard at headquarters.
Because of NACwall's ability to work as a non-inline solution and without client-based technology, installing an EasyNAC appliance takes just a matter of minutes on a subnet and less than 20 minutes to become fully operational. By not requiring system-wide network upgrades of switches and routers, the installed cost of EasyNAC on the network is typically ten to 20 times less than its competitors.
"Behind every firewall, there needs to be a NACwall. Our proven technology to stop malicious insiders and external hackers combined with the award of today's patent will aid NetClarity as we continue to expand our worldwide footprint," said NetClarity's Chief Technology Officer Gary Miliefsky. NetClarity's products are already being distributed in 35 countries through market leading information security channel partners throughout the globe.
About NetClarity, Inc.
NetClarity is a leading provider of NACwall (network access control wall) products that provide preemptive, proactive network protection using the ABC's of Network Security (Alert, Block and Correct). The company's line of appliances has received widespread recognition, including two Best Buy Awards, 5 Star ratings, and Best of 2007 from SC Magazine and according to CRN is one of the Who's Who in NAC as well as Tolly Up to Spec 2007 and 2008. NetClarity enables customers to clearly see and better protect their network assets, identifying with pinpoint accuracy the root causes of data leakage, regulatory compliance gaps and network downtime using MITRE's CVE® standard. Based in Bedford, Massachusetts, NetClarity is privately held. For more information, visit http://www.netclarity.net/
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