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Aventail Releases App

SEATTLE -- Aventail today announced that Aventail ST2, the latest version of its leading SSL VPN remote access platform, will be available in August. Aventail ST2 makes it easier than ever for organizations to control remote access with unique new features in three key areas that detect the identity and security of the end point, protect applications through granular access controls, and connect users securely to applications. More information can be found at http://www.aventail.com.

“After examining many products, we chose Aventail ST2 as the best choice for our remote access control,” said Paul Beaudry, Director of Technical Services at James Richardson International. “Features like Quarantine Zones and Device Watermarking make it easier to control threats while providing access for our users on the road, at home, or in the office.”

The Need for Aventail ST2

Network security threats are driving IT to focus on the promise of Network Access Control (NAC), but actually implementing it on an enterprise-wide scale is another matter. Experts agree that providing secure access control for remote and traveling employees, third-party consultants and contractors, and guest users should be one of the first steps in an organization’s NAC initiative, and that an SSL VPN-based appliance is best for that. Building on Aventail’s award-winning SSL VPN platform, Aventail ST2 introduces new features that make it the leading remote access controller on the market.

Aventail ST2 is the only remote access solution with universal access through one gateway, a seamless user experience, and central management for all access methods. Aventail ST2 SSL VPNs secure access from devices running Windows, Windows Mobile, Linux, and Macintosh, and enable complete reach to all network resources with granular policy and bi-directional access controls.

Aventail Corp.