What is new in the release of RealSecure for Nokia 6.5?
This information applies to: RealSecure Network Sensor 6.5 only Nokia IPSO 3.4.1 and higher only
RealSecure 6.5 for Nokia
The latest version of RealSecure for Nokia is ready to be downloaded from the ISS website download center.
The RealSecure Network Sensor 6.5 for Nokia is available at: http://www.iss.net/eval/eval.php
RealSecure 6.5 is an intrusion detection system that includes sensorsignature updates and new features for Network Sensor and Workgroup Manager. RealSecure 6.5 reduces total cost of ownershipby offering full remote upgrade capability enabling customers to easily update and support their large distribution of sensors.
Additionally, this release for the Nokia security appliance platformprovides the ability to perform the RSKill response from Stealth mode, and to monitor more than one network segment from single device.
- RealSecure Network Sensor 6.5
- Nokia IPSO 3.4.1 (or higher) on the IP330, IP440, IP530, IP650 or IP740 security appliances
- RealSecure Workgroup Manager 6.5
- Windows NT/2000
- Command Line Interface (CLI) 6.5
- Windows NT/2000
- Solaris SPARC 2.6, 7 or 8
- Linux Red Hat 7.1, Kernel 2.4-2
Features and benefits include:
- Full Remote Upgrades. You can now upgrade your 5.x and 6.0 network sensors from the console without physical access to the sensor. You must first upgrade the RealSecure console and Event Collector to version 6.5 and then run the sensor upgrade. Please read the installation instructions for complete details.
- New Signatures. RealSecure 6.5 contains all the signatures in previous X-Press Updates (through XPU 3.3) plus additional signatures to provide comprehensive protection.
- Session termination in stealth mode. RealSecure for Nokia will now allow session termination, otherwise known as RSKills, to end an attacker's connection in stealth mode. Stealth mode is the recommended way to deploy a sensor that makes it invisible to detection.
- Two sensors on one appliance. There is now full support for operation of two sensors on a single appliance. This mode of operation is recommended only for the IP440 or higher and for monitoring of low bandwidth segments. Allowing two sensors to operate from a single appliance allows customers to leverage their investment in hardware to provide greater coverage at lower cost.
For more information on the release of RealSecure 6.5, please contact the following:
- For additional product information:
- Audra Eng, Server Sensor Product Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, 415-379-3566
- Jason Anderson, Network Sensor Product Manager, email@example.com, 404-236-3997
- Brian Laing, Workgroup Manager Product Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, 650-367-9376
- John Cloonan, Technical Product Manager, email@example.com, 513-936-8364
- For sales information:
- 888-901-7477 or 404-236-2600
- For education, consulting and support information, including ISS SecureU training on RealSecure 6.5:
- Customer Support - firstname.lastname@example.org, 888-447-4861
- CSG West - John Franklin, Business Development Manager, email@example.com, 949-916-8037
- CSG East - Joel Williams, Business Development Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-236-3971
- SecureU training - htt p://education.iss.net/course_descriptions/iss_courses/advanced.php, 888 263-8739.
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