AirPatrol Releases Appliance-Based Mobile Intrusion Detection & Control System
Columbia, MD, Mar 12, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
AirPatrol Corporation announced today the availability of the ZoneDefense LT Appliance, a plug-and-play mobile security platform that delivers Wireless Intrusion Detection for both Wi-Fi and cellular devices. The new appliance debuted at last month's RSA conference as an integrated system with Fiberlink's Maas360 cloud-based security solution.
"The ZoneDefense LT Appliance removes all of the complexities in installation and configuration of mobile device security," said Dr. Guy Levy-Yurista, AirPatrol CTO. "Enterprises today require immediate deployment as mobile solutions are needed now, not next week or next month. The ZoneDefense LT Appliance makes it possible to simply drop the system into the network, power it on and be and running in literally no time ."
The ZoneDefense LT Appliance offers the same controls and accuracy found in the standard ZoneDefense LT system, but requires only about 1/10th the time to install and configure. It easily connects with the existing corporate intranet and can quickly be scaled upward with little or no additional effort, making it a preferred solution for departmental deployments and organizations with IT resource constraints.
AirPatrol's ZoneDefense LT is an advanced Wireless Intrusion Detection System for both Wi-Fi and cellular devices. Originally developed for government, military and high security commercial installations, ZoneDefense LT continuously monitors an environment for the presence of both authorized and unauthorized wireless devices, pinpoints their location within 10 feet and triggers actionable alerts based on user defined zones. Moreover, unauthorized devices, even those with their Wi-Fi radio turned off will be detected and located, creating real-time actionable data to secure the enterprise. Integration with MAMs adds impressive management capabilities to the solution.
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