SOURCE: Network Chemistry

December 05, 2005 08:00 ET

Network Chemistry Provides the Most Widely Used Wireless Threat Protection and Analysis Products in the World

The Company's Products Are Trusted by the World's Most Demanding Companies and Government Agencies

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- December 5, 2005 -- Network Chemistry Inc., the wireless security experts, announced today that it has secured more than 75 new enterprise deployments since the beginning of the third quarter in July. Albertsons, Loews, the New York State Police, the U.S. Department of Energy, two Fortune 500 utilities, and hundreds of other name-brand companies now trust Network Chemistry to automatically protect them against wireless threats. In all, the company's wireless threat protection solutions are used by over 300 organizations, including many of the world's most successful enterprises and exacting government agencies and U.S. military forces.

Network Chemistry also announced that its free tools have been downloaded more than 250,000 times to date, making the company's products among the most widely used in the wireless security or networking industries. The company provides these tools because organizations have an immediate need to better understand wireless threats, to protect themselves, and to comply with regulations. The tools include BlueScanner™ for performing Bluetooth vulnerability assessments and Packetyzer™ for wireless and wired packet analysis. In addition, the company announced today that has jumpstarted the industry's first vendor-neutral Wireless Security Vulnerabilities and Exploits (WVE) database, to categorize all known wireless threats and to apply standard nomenclature to the entries for public use. (Editor's note: See today's release entitled "Industry's Only Wireless Security Vulnerabilities and Exploits Database Launched to Help Prevent Wireless Networking Attacks.")

"Wireless is now the top vector for unauthorized access to networks and mobile laptops, and places organizations at significant risk if not secured. We've always been the technical leader. Now our rapid customer growth shows both the value that we provide our customers and our progress in making wireless threat protection technology broadly available and easy to implement," said Rob Markovich, president and CEO of Network Chemistry. "We'll continue to innovate at a rapid pace, remain closely linked with the technical community, and offer award-winning products that assure enterprises they can protect their wireless data, networks, and users."

Network Chemistry offers the industry's only integrated platform for automating wireless threat protection, covering organizations' assets both inside and outside their facilities:

--  RFprotect™ Distributed, the company's flagship product, is a patent-
    pending wireless intrusion detection and prevention (WIDP) system with a
    two-tier system architecture -- a central security engine with the
    industry's only purpose-build sensors -- that automates threat detection,
    attack prevention, and 'no wireless' policy enforcement inside the
--  RFprotect Endpoint is a laptop security product that ensures wireless
    data privacy for mobile users, automating wireless security enforcement
    outside the enterprise, transparently to the user (Editors note: See
    today's release entitled "Network Chemistry Delivers Industry's First
    Enterprise Product to Actively Enforce Wireless Security on Mobile Laptops
--  RFprotect Mobile is a portable analysis product for network designers
    and security personnel to design, analyze, and secure wireless networks by
    conducting site surveys and accelerating incident response
Network Chemistry's solutions enable a wide variety of organizations to automate wireless threat protection in a manner that meets their specific needs. The company works with leading retailers such as Albertsons to help them secure their business transactions and customer data and meet regulatory requirements. For example, retailers can automate compliance reporting to help meet the Payment Card Industry (PCI) data security requirements of the credit card industry. Network Chemistry also helps federal and local government agencies such as the New York State Police enforce 'no wireless' policies and secure critical network infrastructure from risky user behavior and malicious attacks.

About Network Chemistry

Network Chemistry is the industry standard for assuring the security of wireless networks, data, and users. More than 300 of the world's most successful enterprises and demanding government agencies trust Network Chemistry's wireless threat protection solutions to prevent attacks, detect vulnerabilities, intrusions and policy violations, accelerate incident response, and conduct surveys for wireless LAN deployment planning. Network Chemistry has received numerous accolades, including the top score in SC Magazine's "Wireless Security Group Test," as well as its "Global Award," and "5 Star Winner" honors; Network Computing's "Best Value," for two consecutive years; and 802.11 Planet's "Best of Show." The company is headquartered in Redwood City, California. For more information, visit or call 1-888-952-6477.

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