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Published: 22 Oct 2012

@exb @exe RFprotect Distributed Network Chemistry Price: Starts at $7,999 This new release of RFprotect Distrib-uted for securing facilities and endpoints against wireless threats features an updated user interface and a Web-based dashboard, which makes it possible for administrators to access the system remotely. It also has policy wizards to quickly implement enterprise-wide wireless security policies. The RFprotect Distributed database is completely integrated with RFprotect Mobile, which provides accelerated incident response for physically locating rogue devices. It is also now integrated with RFprotect Endpoint, Network Chemistry's solution for protecting employee laptops when they are outside of the office. iPolicy Security Manager and Intrusion Prevention Firewalls 3.0 iPolicy Networks Price: $5,000 to $120,000 The latest iPolicy product release includes real-time vulnerability correlation with support for multiple vulnerability assessment scanners. It provides dynamic intrusion detection/prevention (IDS/IPS) actions and improved IDS/IPS accuracy, ... Access >>>

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