Storagetek claims its Net Ranger network security product can withstand attacks from hackers and is more secure than firewalls.
Net Ranger brings together Storagetek?s Net Sentry filtering technology with the Net Ranger intrusion detection monitoring software from the Wheel Group. It claims to offer electronic safeguards against subversive attacks in real time and can be used to stop intrusion attempts without having to turn off the network.
Firewalls alone are no longer a deterrent, suggests Bernard Zeutzuis, product market manager at Storagetek?s network systems group, because many have taught themselves to overcome such security measures and can even tell the make of firewall.
Net Ranger comprises two components: Sensors, placed at critical points on the network, and Director, a collection of graphical user interfaces and tools which enable security operators to review and respond to breaches at sensor locations.
The Director can manage 100 sensors at different locations. Said Zeutzius: ?Data received from each alarm can be exported to relational databases, such as Remedy or Oracle, thereby allowing users to generate a wide range of reports on the network?s security status for additional analysis.?
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