StoneFly Intros Encrypted IP SAN

StoneFly introduces first high-availability IP SAN with encryption to combat rising tide of data security breaches

June 18, 2008

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SAN DIEGO -- StoneFly, Inc., a leading supplier of integrated IP storage area network (SAN) systems and a wholly owned subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory, Inc. (DNF), today introduced SAN-based encryption capabilities that give enterprise customers another layer of protection in combating damaging internal and external security breaches while also simplifying compliance initiatives. Now available as an integrated part of the StoneFly Integrated Storage Concentrator (ISC) line of high-availability IP SANs, the new SAN-based encryption will also be offered with other StoneFly IP SANs later this year.

"There is a widely-held belief that the internal network is safe, and that additional disk protection is unnecessary to protect SANs residing on the corporate intranet. The reality is that the internal network isn't as secure as we once thought, and protecting all disks in an organization -- from desktops, to notebooks and server data -- simply makes good business sense," said Bahman Jalali, Director of Product Management for StoneFly.

StoneFly Inc.

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