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January 2006

Hot Pick: M-Tech Information Technology's ID-Synch 4.0

ID-Synch v4.0 M-Tech Information Technology Price: $20-$30 per user M-Tech's ID-Synch v4.0 M-Tech's ID-Synch v4.0 provides easy-to-administer automated account provisioning across multiple platforms.  Manually managing user accounts in complex, heterogeneous environments is both a tremendous drain on IT resources and a significant security risk. In an era of regulatory pressure, the lack of firm, centralized control over access and authorization policies is an invitation for failed audits and government sanctions. "Ghost" accounts of terminated and transferred employees are a common and persistent security risk. M-Tech has long been one of the leaders in this market, and ID-Synch v4.0 is a robust product for easily managing large numbers of users. It guides managers through an intuitive, clean and easy-to-navigate Web interface, with connectors for more than 70 different platforms including directory services such as LDAP, Active Directory, NT Domains, Novell eDirectory and NDS, and Kerberos. Also covered are major *nix and ...

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Features in this issue

  • Mining NetFlow

    Your routers and switches can yield a mother lode of security information about your network--if you know where to dig

  • Help From Above

    Security managers are looking to the keepers of the Internet cloud for relief.

  • Secure communications

    by  Dr. Juergen Schneider

    This tip covers ways that you can secure a network to protect data from internal as well as external attacks.

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