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Review of Nevis Presentation at Blackhat

March 31, 2008 | ZDNET
Review of Nevis Presentation at Blackhat
I attended Feng Xue’s (aka Sowhat) talk on “Attacking Anti-Virus Software”, which I found to be entertaining and completely what I expected.

Cyber Security

February 25, 2008 | School Planning & Management
Cyber Security
For someone not in the security field, who simply glances at computer security issues as they pass in the news, it is easy to get the impression that, yes, hackers are clever, but not that clever. The good guys might have to struggle to stay a step ahead of the bad guys, but, with an occasional lapse or so, they manage to do so. The bad guys eventually get caught, and computer systems, with ever-improving technology, become gradually more secure.

In-Band NAC: Three Products You Should Know About

January 21, 2008 | Information Week
In-Band NAC: Three Products You Should Know About
Rolling Review wraps up assessment of ConSentry’s LANShield Controller, Nevis’ LANenforcer, and Vernier’s Edgewall.

Where are all the 802.1X deployments?

January 20, 2008 | Enterprise Networks and Servers
Where are all the 802.1X deployments?
802.1X has received a great deal of industry support as a solution to authenticating users accessing the network, and either restricting access to identified users, or offering restricted access to guests and contractors. Unfortunately, large scale deployments are still very rare and the market has not wholeheartedly embraced this technology. Nevis’ senior product manager, Gary Kinghorn, takes a look at the obstacles and issues with 802.1X in this article authored for Enterprise Networks and Servers.

In-line NAC Rolling Review: Nevis Networks

January 14, 2008 | Information Week
In-line NAC Rolling Review: Nevis Networks
Nevis Networks’ LAN enforcer is the most polished in-line network access control, or NAC, product we’ve tested in this Rolling Review, though there are still a few smudges for Nevis to address.

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