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Avenda Gains Accolade In Gartner Report

Avenda Systems : 22 April, 2010  (Company News)
Gartner recognizes Avenda as one of the main providers of Identity and Access Management solutions in its latest report
Avenda Systems has been included in the list of 'Cool Vendors' in the Identity and Access Management, 2010 report by Gartner.

According to the Gartner report, "Identity and access management (IAM) technologies continue to change rapidly in response to evolving business needs - including increasingly rigorous regulatory and other compliance requirements - and threats. Chief information security officers (CISOs), and other security and IAM decision makers, need to familiarize themselves with the emerging technologies and IAM approaches presented by Gartner's Cool Vendors and other leading-edge providers."

Avenda's flagship offering is a policy server used in heterogeneous environments to implement network access control (NAC). In recognition of this market opportunity, Avenda has delivered the appliance- and virtual-machine-based enterprise Trust & Identity Policy System (eTIPS) policy server, as well as a set of complementary solutions for authenticating devices or users to enterprise networks. With Avenda, all identity-based, endpoint, and health related policies are created via reusable policy elements, which enable a common set of authentication and authorization policies across all access methods (wireless and wired LAN or VPN).

"We consider our inclusion in the Cool Vendor report by Gartner confirmation of a shift in the NAC market," said Krishna Prabhakar, CEO of Avenda Systems. "By developing our platform to satisfy identity and device authentication, in addition to traditional NAC endpoint health, it is our belief that Gartner's recognition is in lockstep with our roadmap, customer requirements, and how access control should be deployed."
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