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Data encryption offering defends against network attack

Posted: 26 May 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:CipherMax? data encryption? ILC1612? MXV Secure Storage Application Platform? SSAP?

MaXXan Systems announced immediate availability of the new CipherMax data encryption offering that provides disk, tape or virtual tape library data security. The offering comprises of the intelligent line card (ILC1612), security administration features in the MXV Secure Storage Application Platform (SSAP) and SANCruiser, a key management database server, and a data recovery utility. MaXXan claims that its product uses 256bit AES encryption to meet current standards for data protection.

CipherMax provides security features to help defend against network attack. A split management interface enforces a separation of duties between storage and security administrators. Security audit logs record policy violations with automatic alert notifications, and key management helps out in recovering data resources.

MaXXan said that CipherMax can take the place of, or perform like, an intelligent switch that provides additional applications simultaneously such as disaster recovery, secure data replication and secure SANs. Two deployment options are available for CipherMax: the MXV250 SSAP supports from 16 up to 64 multi-purpose Fiber Channel ports, and MXV500 scales to 256 ports. Both are cluster-ready for further expansion.

First customer shipments of CipherMax began in May.

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