The ubiquity of mobile computing and removable storage devices has increased the potential for security breaches from insecure devices (such as USB, Bluetooth* and MP3), wireless access, unencrypted data, and malicious software. With ZENworks Endpoint Security Management, companies can now establish and enforce security policies down to the endpoints, protecting corporate resources without inhibiting their users’ productivity.
The new solution goes beyond anti-virus, anti-spyware and anti-malware software. ZENworks Endpoint Security Management automates the enforcement of corporate security policies, giving organizations control
over their data and endpoint access while still allowing the safe use of removable drives and ensuring wireless security. It is the only product on the market with Location-Aware Enforcement, an intelligent feature that prevents unauthorized access by automatically adjusting security controls and protections based on the user’s location. It also includes a personal firewall, which controls the network traffic to and from a user’s computer based on security policies.
Additionally, Novell now offers the Secure Desktop Solution, a new solution that combines the capabilities of ZENworks Endpoint Security Management with Novell ZENworks Asset Management and ZENworks Patch Management. This powerful solution completes the security lifecycle by automatically auditing, measuring and mitigating desktop security risks on a continual basis. This comprehensive approach to security and resource management maintains the integrity of an organization’s IT systems and ensures end-user productivity.
Novell has engaged in a strategic relationship with Senforce Technologies, a leader in endpoint security products, to provide ZENworks Endpoint Security Management as part of Novell’s larger systems and resource management offerings.
Novell ZENworks Endpoint Security Management is available today from Novell for a list price of approximately CDN$98 per device or as part of the Secure Desktop Solution for a list price of $170. [July 2, 2007]
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