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EdenWall Technologies Embeds Qosmos to Enhance Application Visibility for Enterprise Security Solution





Irving, TX (PRWEB) April 5, 2011

Qosmos (http://www.qosmos.com) today announced that EdenWall Technologies has chosen Qosmos industry-leading Network Intelligence (NI) technology to provide in-depth application visibility into network traffic flows in its line of Identity-Based security appliances for enterprise and government customers.




EdenWall Technologies offers security appliances that provide organizations with advanced filtering capabilities based on strict user identity and associated access rights, complemented by protocol- and application-based technologies. This last approach enforces security policies at the application level rather than relying on user IP addresses or IANA ports, ensuring that only authorized users gain access.

Qosmos NI technology identifies and extracts information traveling over networks in real time, providing a true picture of the traffic by identifying protocols, types of application, and even communication metadata. Embedded in EdenWalls solution, Qosmos software treats the network as a real-time database, able to precisely identify, query and extract specific data, allowing Security Appliances to block, filter and mitigate security threats before they affect enterprise assets.

The complexity of interconnected networks can leave vulnerabilities in real-time data transmission. Security solutions must also evolve to accommodate rapidly changing environments, such as virtual server and desktop computing, as well as to provide a high level of protection without making the network security infrastructure unworkably complex, said Fran

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