Array Networks in pact with SentryBay to provide anti-spyware

Array Networks announced its partnership with SentryBay
to provide SentryBay’s EntryProtect anti-spyware capability for Array’s
DesktopDirect appliance-based remote desktop access solution. DesktopDirect
enables secure access to office PCs or virtual desktops from any device and
allows employees to work from any location.

With EntryProtect, Array’s solution can prevent key logging
and screen capture on remote devices for greater security.

EntryProtect is a multi-layer, patent-pending approach to
spyware that provides end-to-end protection for all users.

With EntryProtect running on DesktopDirect, anti-spyware
is controlled and maintained by corporate IT in the network and not on end user
devices, making sensitive data such as user names and passwords safe from
unauthorized capture when entered into Web applications.

We are pleased to be working with Array Networks to
integrate EntryProtect anti-spyware capabilities into the DesktopDirect product
line. Incidences of spyware are growing dramatically and our technology enables
IT departments to rest assured that users are not inadvertently transmitting
critical company information when they are working remotely,” said Dave
Waterson, CEO of SentryBay

As attacks become more sophisticated, companies who
deploy remote desktop technology for access have to consider new attack
vectors, and capturing key strokes and screenshots are among the few
vulnerabilities affecting remote desktop access,” said Jeff Wilson, principal
analyst, security at Infonetics Research.

Array’s addition of SentryBay’s technology to their
remote desktop solution adds a critical new layer of protection.

DesktopDirect remote desktop access technology is ideal
for large scale deployment because it is easy to use, deploy and manage. It
also inherently poses very little risk of data leakage since information
accessed is only a projection on the screen.

However, spyware remains a concern with remote desktop in
general as users still control local keyboards and monitors. Array’s
partnership with SentryBay eliminates this risk, making DesktopDirect that much
more compelling as a secure solution for remote desktop access.

Adding anti-spyware capabilities to DesktopDirect
provides another level of security for our leading remote desktop access
solution,” said Lior Rapaport, product line manager at Array Networks.

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