Nokia Releases Entry-Level Intrusion Detection System Appliance

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Apr 19, 2002 | Print this Page
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Nokia has released an addition to its RealSecure intrusion detection system (IDS) line: the IP120, an entry-level device aimed at small, medium, and enterprise branch offices.

The IP120 is built around software from Internet Security Systems and custom hardware from Nokia.

In a statement, the company said "the Nokia IP120 is ideal for enterprise customers who require a complete, scalable IDS solution for remote office or branch site locations on 10 mbps segments where manageability is critical. Service Providers will also benefit by deploying the Nokia IP120, because it enables them to extend their product offering to small businesses with this entry-level IDS solution."

The IP120 includes the ability to back up and restore multiple platforms simultaneously via the Nokia Horizon Manager, a management tool that provides system management for ISD and VPN/firewall installations.

More information may be found at Nokia's website.