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This article is part of the September 2008 issue of Lessons learned from good and bad NAC implementations
WIRELESS NETWORK SECURITY AirDefense Enterprise 7.3 REVIEWED BY SANDRA KAY MILLER AirDefense Price: Starts at $7,995 The latest version of AirDefense is a mature enterprise wireless security solution offers a modularized feature set, which allows organizations to customize their installation to meet specific requirements in a cost-effective way. AirDefense has focused on the shifting threatscape, which has moved from what one observer has called Internet "hooliganism" to organized crime. With pervasive wireless deployments in retail, manufacturing, delivery and healthcare, companies tasked with regulatory compliance will appreciate its policy and reporting capabilities. There have been numerous updates since we last examined AirDefense in March 2006. Notable improvements include support for Power over Ethernet (PoE), an improved user interface, overhauled reporting, and new features such as WEP cloaking, advanced forensics, spectrum analysis and a centralized console for the management of multiple AirDefense appliances. These additions should automatically ... Access >>>
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