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This article is part of the June 2006 issue of Is your data safe from next-generation attackers?
NETWORK ACCESS CONTROL Safe Access 4.1 StillSecure Price: Starts at $50 per; typical 5,000-user deployment is about $100,000 @exb StillSecure's Safe Access 4.1 With a wide range of security checking and enforcement options, StillSecure's Safe Access 4.1 is strong choice for secure network access control. @exe StillSecure's Safe Access maintains its position as a strong player in the endpoint security space, making some notable improvements to a solid product since we last looked at version 2.0 in a comparative review (April 2005). Safe Access has several different modes of operation that make it viable in a range of environments. In addition to the agentless architecture we saw last year, Safe Access can now check endpoint compliance using agents or with ActiveX via a browser, which gives it the ability to check managed and unmanaged devices running both Windows and non-Windows OSes. The agentless option, for example, is useful if a consultant comes to your site for a day; the new system can be scanned and placed in the appropriate portion of your network. ... Access >>>
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