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indeni to Demonstrate its Next Generation Security Monitoring Software Both Sides of the Atlantic

March 27, 2012

Attendees at CPX Orlando and INFOSEC Europe will get a first-hand look at the proactive monitoring software the rest of the market is chasing.

San Jose, California (PRWEB) March 27, 2012

Companies wanting a close look and a chance to sit down one-on-one with the world´s leading security monitoring experts can do so soon. indeni, the market leader in network security monitoring solutions, announced today that it will be attending both Check Point Experience, Orlando and Infosecurity Europe in April 2012. Attendees will have the chance to watch a live demonstration of the software and ask questions of some of the people who created it.

“Ours is the first next generation monitoring solution for network security,” says Elad Ben-Meir, VP Products and Strategy at indeni, “so naturally people have a lot of questions about what next-generation monitoring actually is, and what the system can and can´t do. Administrators are always astonished by the depth of indeni´s capabilities when they see the system in action, and this is an opportunity for them to do just that.”

indeni is a unique, next generation security monitoring system that is vendor neutral, monitoring a wide range of security devices while interfacing directly with network monitoring solutions from leading vendors such as HP, IBM, and CA. It proactively flags potential and actual errors and approaching critical conditions to administrators and significantly reduces setup times for new devices.

“indeni´s main aim is to move infrastructure monitoring on from reactive fire-fighting, to proactive and pre-emptive fire prevention which actively stops issues from developing in the first place,” says Ben-Meir. “The system does that and much more, with an impressive feature-set including tools to assist with device provisioning, auditing and much more. We invite all attendees at Check Point Experience and INFOSEC Europe to come by and see exactly what indeni´s next-generation monitoring has to offer for keeping their company´s networks healthy and stable.”

Check Point Experience 2012, sponsored by Check Point, a world leader in internet security, will be held at the Omni Hotel and Resort, Championsgate in Orlando April 17-18, 2012.

Infosecurity Europe 2012, Europe´s premier information security event, will be held at Earl´s Court, London from April 24-26, 2012 — you can find indeni there at stand H95.

Attendees at both shows are invited to attend in-booth demonstrations of the indeni software and ask questions of the indeni personnel on hand.

“Many of our customers and partners will be in attendance at the Expos,” says Ben-Meir, “and we encourage everyone to come by and talk to us to see the current state of our software as well as where we are taking it in the future. We are unique in the industry, and we are very happy for the chance to demonstrate it.”

More information on indeni and its security operations monitoring solution can be found at http://www.indeni.com.

About indeni:

indeni´s solutions are the first to provide true proactive monitoring for network security, giving network administrators an intuitive tool set that cuts setup times from hours to minutes and alerts IT staff to errors before they become a problem.

indeni´s next-generation monitoring covers a range of vendors and devices such as Check Point, Juniper, Fortinet and more, and includes extra features such as device backup and device explorer. It interfaces directly with NMS solutions from vendors such as HP, IBM and CA.

Founded by software and information security experts with decades of IT experience in businesses from startups to Fortune 500 enterprises, indeni’s solutions derive from years of observing IT professionals around the world struggling with similar problems. We are committed to providing highly intuitive, user-friendly solutions which represent our motto — knowledge and simplicity.

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