Listen In: How Enterasys industrial Ethernet switches improve cyber security
Enterasys I-Series industrially hardened Ethernet switches are secure, policy-based industrial Ethernet L2 switches with convection cooling, and dc power. Listen in: In a 3:10 minute audio clip, Holly O'Gara, Enterasys, tells how an Ethernet switch can bolster cyber security.
Andover, MA – The Enterasys I-Seriestime. Listen in: In a 3:10 minute audio clip, Holly O'Gara, .
Enterasys I-Series industrially hardened Ethernet switch uses a policy-based architecture to increase cyber security.
O’Gara, the Enterasys global account director for Invensys ,sing the technology in its switches “for quite some time,” O’Gara says. O'Gara and Welander spoke at the Invensys Process Systems client conference 2008, in Dallas, TX.
The I-Series is unique for a hardened device , Enterasys says,ministic control of the proprietary applications found in industrial environments. The I-Series provides the automation industry with a fully hardened switch without sacrificing high-end functionality.
Fast link: Read other articles below, also included in the October 2008 Control Engineering System Integration eNewsletter.
Enterasys offers a free , including "how we secure any network from any vendor," the company says on its Website; "We’re pretty proud of that."
Enterasys designs, deploys, supports and services integrated networking hardware and software "to help you do your job better—in less time."
Standards-based, open-architecture networking promotes competition and innovation, the company says. "Simply put—multiple suppliers diversify risk, drive down costs and deliver better solutions."
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