SOURCE: NetVision

NetVision

November 16, 2010 09:00 ET

NetVision Extends Product Line, Introduces New Tool for Solving "Permissions Bloat"

New Capabilities Include Expanded Platform Coverage, Overview and Detailed Reporting on the State of Access Rights

AMERICAN FORK, UT--(Marketwire - November 16, 2010) -   NetVision, Inc., a provider of compliance and control solutions for enterprise network access, today announced upgrades to its product line. The latest release of NetVision's suite of access rights reporting and monitoring solutions -- NVMonitor, NVAssess and Access Rights Inspector -- offers several enhancements, most notably an expansion of the platforms covered and new reporting, providing organizations with vital statistics on the state of user permissions throughout their networks.

Upgrades to the NetVision line of products include:

NetApp Monitoring in NVMonitor -- adds real-time activity monitoring of user activity and permission changes on NetApp Network Attached Storage (NAS) to NetVision's current effective rights reporting. The solution evaluates who is opening, creating, or changing files, and enables real-time response based on a number of critical factors such as which file is affected, who did it, and even what time of day it is. By providing complete coverage of access and changes to access on NetApp file system platforms, NVMonitor ensures that security is effectively applied in real-time and bolsters forensic capabilities.

Access Rights Indicators -- Introduces new reporting capabilities within NetVision's Access Rights Inspector to provide organizations with both dashboard-level reporting on the state of access rights and the detailed information they need to clean up inappropriate permissions. NetVision's Access Rights Indicators automate the process of evaluating user and group permissions and identifying inappropriate permissions, unused groups, high-risk accounts, and files that may be accessed against policy.

"Cleaning up permissions is a critical part of securing the enterprise," said David Rowe, CEO of NetVision, Inc. "Our new capabilities add important functionality to Access Rights Inspector enabling administrators to efficiently and effectively tackle the task of cleaning up user permissions, leading not only to enhanced security, but also to greater productivity and operational efficiency."

Information audits can consume large amounts of resources and time. NVMonitor, NVAssess, and Access Rights Inspector, individually or as a complete product suite, reduce audit costs, reduce risk, improve security, and substantially improve access rights information by providing only relevant and actionable information. 

Availability
The new versions of NetVision's access rights reporting and monitoring solutions, including NVMonitor, NVAssess and Access Rights Inspector, are available immediately. Pricing is based on user count and volume discounts apply. For more information, visit www.netvision.com or call NetVision at 1-877-828-9180.

About NetVision, Inc.
NetVision offers access rights reporting solutions that enable organizations to easily and automatically obtain the most relevant and actionable information needed to protect their assets, mitigate risk, and reduce the cost and complexity of compliance and audit. NetVision's patented technology platform combines advanced event filtering with real-time monitoring, from-the-source data collection and a powerful and flexible reporting engine to deliver immediate answers to critical identity and access rights questions. Since the company's founding in 1995, more than 600 companies around the world have used NetVision to improve security, reduce risk, and enhance operational efficiency. For more information, visit www.netvision.com

Contact Information

  • NetVision Contact:
    Laura Nelson or Bree Bolognese
    SVM Public Relations
    401.490.9700 or 760.754.7025
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