StillSecure Releases Safe Access™ v5.0
StillSecure®, provider of an integrated suite of enterprise network security solutions, today announced Safe Access™ v5.0, the industry’s most powerful, flexible network access control (NAC) solution. Customers seamlessly integrate Safe Access v5.0 into distributed environments regardless of size or complexity using single-pane-of-glass management, Enforcement Server clustering, and multi-user, role-based access.
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To ensure ease-of-use, Safe Access v5.0 also includes a new user interface specifically designed to support installations ranging from single sites to large enterprise-class networks.
“With increasing mobility and outsourcing becoming more common place, the
network perimeter is changing. It’s not enough to just have a hard
exterior, focus and attention must be paid to the insider threat,” said
Mike Rothman, President and Principal Analyst at Security Incite.
“Customers have little tolerance for big bang solutions that require
overhauling the network. They expect and deserve a customer controlled
migration that can fit into existing heterogeneous networks.”
Safe Access v5.0 provides a single-pane-of-glass view into NAC through a
centralized management console that consolidates all policy management,
endpoint testing and enforcement activities. A single Safe Access
Management Server controls multiple Enforcement Servers, which allow Safe
Access to seamlessly accommodate hundreds of thousands of users in
dispersed geographic locations. The architecture also supports
heterogeneous network technologies, and the full range of endpoint
connection types – including LAN, remote, contractors, visitors, and
The Safe Access Management Server enables custom tests and access policies
to be distributed to all Enforcement Servers in a single operation.
Enforcement Servers are grouped together in ‘clusters’ to allow for
streamlined management and administration. Clusters allow numerous
enforcement options, including inline, endpoint-based, 802.1x, DHCP, and
Cisco’s NAC architecture, to be blended within one Safe Access
implementation and managed from a single web-based console.
System monitoring and reporting are rolled up at the cluster and corporate
levels for centralized management. The architecture provides administrators
with instantaneous access to the full range of information, from
enterprise-wide security summaries to detailed compliance information on a