Arxceo Corporation announced a new addition to its line of network security appliances for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) that is designed to deliver affordable zero-day network security defense with anomaly-based intrusion prevention technology.
The Ally ip100T provides preemptive protection against both zero-day worm attacks as well as hackers. The inline Ally ip100 supports up to 100Mbit throughput and provides the same enterprise-class anti-reconnaissance, anomaly, and behavior-based attack detection and prevention capabilities as Arxceo's gigabit throughput products. It is designed for perimeter protection and enterprise 100BaseT segments, such as 802.11 a/b/g wireless access points or T1/DS1 remote offices. The Apply ip100 runs on embedded Linux V2.6.11 and provides an easy-to-manage Web-based interface for the occasional administrative tasks such as reviewing statistics and event details. Pop-up alerts are provided via SNMP and an Arxceo Windows-based client application. The product can be deployed in less than 15 minutes and does not require any changes to the devices it protects.
The Ally ip100T retails for $895, and will be available December 1, 2005.