NetClarity's CTO Reveals the 7 Best Practices for Network Security in 2007

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Gary Miliefsky to Educate IT Professionals at the National Information Security Group's (NAISG) first annual meeting, sponsored by Network World.

NetClarity, a leading provider of network vulnerability products and services, today announced that CTO Gary Miliefsky is a featured speaker at the NAISG event, hosted by the New England chapter at

At this session, IT professionals will gain insight into some of the best network security techniques used by top CIOs, CSOs and IT security professionals.

Who: Gary Miliefsky, Founder & CTO of NetClarity

What: The 7 Best Practices for Network Security in 2007

When: Thursday, January 18, 2007, at 6:30 p.m.

Where: Microsoft, Waltham Campus, Massachusetts

Tom Sullivan, a top security consultant of Microsoft Corporation will also be speaking that evening about new security enhancements to Microsoft® Windows® Vista®.

"We all face it - the daily barrage of spam infested with zero-day malware attacks, the risks of malicious insiders, infected laptops coming and going behind our deep packet inspecting firewalls and intrusion prevention systems, and much more. I'll explain what you can do under so much extreme pressure to make 2007 a better year, rather than a year loaded with downtime, system cleanup and compliance headaches," said Gary Miliefsky, Founder & CTO of NetClarity.

Sponsored by Network World, the full article related to this presentation will be available online at

About NetClarity

NetClarity is a leading provider of vulnerability management, intrusion prevention and network admission control (NAC) products that provide preemptive, proactive network protection. The company's Auditor line of appliances has received widespread recognition, including two Best Buy Awards, 5 Star ratings, and Best of 2006 from SC Magazine and according to CRN is one of the Who's Who in NAC. Auditor 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


The National Information Security Group (NAISG) was founded in August, 2002 and provides educational and networking opportunities for individuals and organizations interested in securing their technical infrastructure. It also provides monthly presentations, periodic seminars or boot camps, and fundraising activities. By definition of the group's charter, membership is free to any member of the general public. Interested individuals or parties add their names and e-mail addresses to a mailing list, which officially makes them a member. For more information, or to join the New England chapter, visit us online at

About Network World

Network World, Inc., the Leader in Network Knowledge, empowers Network IT Executives through education, information and community. Network World, an IDG company, is the leading provider of news, analysis, reviews, events and education on information technology. Network World publishes the leading newsweekly, Network World, hosts the most active online community ( and produces educational seminars and events worldwide. Network World's portfolio of strategic marketing programs provides marketing and agency professionals with the tools to generate high-quality leads, optimize marketing campaigns and create new revenue opportunities. Additionally, Network World is the event organizer of DEMO and DEMOfall, the leading events for new technology innovation.

NetClarity, Auditor, Protection for Windows (HIPS) and the NetClarity logo are trademarks of NetClarity. All rights reserved. All other marks may be the property of their respective titleholders.


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