EDISON, N.J., June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- netForensics, Inc., a leader in the Security Information and Event Management market, today announced that it has joined the Cisco Developer Network as a Registered Developer within the network security technology category. In addition, netForensics nFX Cinxi One v4.1 has successfully completed interoperability* testing with the following Secure Borderless Networks system: Security Management. This interoperability testing helps ensure that netForensics nFX Cinxi One software easily interoperates with the following Cisco security products: ASA, IPS, IOS, ESA, WSA and CS-MARS. nFX Cinxi One also works with Cisco ASR, Access Control Server, CSA, CSA , Management Center, CatOS, Firewall Service Module, IDS, IOS, PIX and VPN products, and helps customers meet key security business requirements, particularly around compliance and log management.
The Cisco Developer Network (www.cisco.com/go/cdn) unites Cisco with third-party developers of hardware and software to deliver tested interoperable solutions to joint customers. As a Registered Developer, netForensics offers a complementary product offering and has started to collaborate with Cisco to meet the needs of joint customers. With offerings such as nFX Cinxi One v4.1, customers can more quickly deploy Cisco's Data Security products to enhance the security, visibility, and management of their Secure Borderless Networks architecture.
For over a decade, Cisco and netForensics have been helping secure businesses around the globe. netForensics security information and event management solutions seamlessly integrate with Cisco security and networking products, as well as a broad array of multi-vendor technologies — delivering true end-to-end threat management. Working with Cisco, netForensics provides organizations with award winning solutions that enable real-time security visibility, rapid threat response, and compliance with complex regulatory mandates. For more information, visit www.netforensics.com, read the blog or follow us on Twitter.
* Interoperability testing is designed to simulate typical customer configurations, and does not replace the need for on-site testing in conjunction with actual implementation.
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