nCircle Expands Discovery Capabilities to Provide Industry’s Broadest and Deepest Intelligence on Enterprise Networks

nCircle, a provider of agentless security risk and compliance management solutions, announced that it has expanded its coverage library to deliver the industry’s broadest and deepest intelligence on the enterprise network. nCircle solutions can now detect over 13,000 distinct applications, operating systems, configuration conditions and vulnerabilities, surpassing the previous record of 10,000 conditions and setting a new industry standard. With nCircle, enterprises can deploy a single solution to measure and manage security and compliance across their complex, global computing environments.

nCircle’s patented, agentless discovery technology comprehensively profiles every network device deployed on major enterprise platforms, including Microsoft Windows(R), Cisco IOS, Red Hat Linux, Solaris, HPUX, AIX and Mac OSX for over 13,000 conditions. The depth and breadth of information gathered by nCircle provides a consolidated view of security and compliance across the enterprise network, eliminating the need to deploy multiple point solutions that collect and deliver a fraction of the information. This deep intelligence combined with nCircle analytics enables IT teams to streamline their remediation efforts to maintain the highest levels of network security and compliance. [September 18, 2007]

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