Enables Cost-Effective, Remote or Portable Network Monitoring and Forensics Solutions through Industry-Leading Technology and Compact Size.
SC World Congress (SCWC), New York City, NY - November 10, 2010 – NIKSUN, Inc., a world leader in real-time, enterprise network surveillance solutions, announces today from the show floor of the 2010 SCWC Data Security Conference & Expo, the release of NIKSUN IntelliSeries. The NIKSUN IntelliSeries is comprised of NIKSUN IntelliNetVCR® and NIKSUN IntelliDefend®, a set of compact, solid state devices for remote office network traffic analysis and forensics. NIKSUN IntelliNetVCR provides insight into application and end user transactions, while NIKSUN IntelliDefend continuously surveys the network for security breaches and data leaks, while providing detailed forensics.
NIKSUN IntelliSeries offers customers price-friendly devices, enabling cost-justified deployment at remote branch offices with fewer resources for a robust, reliable network and security management strategy.
Due to the units’ small form factor, the NIKSUN IntelliSeries products can also serve as portable devices that can easily fit into a backpack, enabling network field professionals to more effectively perform on-demand network monitoring and forensics.
For businesses looking for complete branch-to-data center insight, NIKSUN IntelliSeries is fully compatible with NIKSUN NetOmni Suite, a "top-down" service delivery management portal that facilitates contextual visibility into the global enterprise network.
“We are very excited to be releasing the NIKSUN IntelliSeries with NIKSUN Alpine software. Finally, customers can have all the power of the NIKSUN technology in the palm of their hands. The high reliability of these devices is eagerly awaited by our customers for remote field deployment. Today, we have changed the landscape once again,” said Dr. Parag Pruthi, CEO and Founder of NIKSUN.
During the SC World Congress keynote session “12 Hours to Network Meltdown,” the “Red team,” consisting of experts from the U.S. Air Force, will hack into the Norwich University Advanced Computing Center (NUACC) network. The “Blue team,” consisting of NUACC students, will perform network forensics, using the NIKSUN technology. The audience is invited to tweet “live” to help the Blue Team find and fix the havoc that the Red team creates. The session will be moderated by Col. Mike Convertino, commander, 318th Information Operations Group, U.S. Air Force. Dr. Peter Stephenson, technology editor, SC Magazine, and CISO, Norwich University, will use NIKSUN technology to summarize what happened by showing the forensic evidence captured by NIKSUN devices.
NIKSUN's IntelliNetVCR and IntelliDefend are available immediately. For more information, visit NIKSUN's website at www.niksun.com.
About NIKSUN, Inc.
NIKSUN is the recognized worldwide leader in making the Unknown Known. The company develops and deploys a complete range of award-winning forensics, compliance, security surveillance and performance management solutions for applications ranging from core infrastructures to edge and branch environments. NIKSUN’s proactive enterprise scalable solutions deliver unprecedented flexibility and real-time response. The company’s patented real-time analysis and recording technology enables enterprises, service providers and governments to provide secure and reliable network infrastructure and services. NIKSUN, headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey, has sales offices in major cities throughout the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific. For more information, please visit www.niksun.com.
NIKSUN, IntelliNetVCR, IntelliDefend, NetDetector and NetVCR are either registered trademarks or trademarks of NIKSUN, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.