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NEVIS NETWORKS GARNERS TWO INFO SECURITY PRODUCTS GUIDE 2007 GLOBAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS

Nevis LANenforcer 2024 Gains Coveted Customers Trust, Wins ‘Excellence In LAN Security’ and ‘Excellence In Identity Based Access Control’ Awards

Mountain View, Calif. – April 25, 2007 – Nevis Networks, a market leader in persistent LAN security solutions, today announced that Info Security Products Guide, a Silicon Valley Communications publication and the world’s leading authority on security-related products and technologies has named the Nevis LANenforcer 2024 a winner of both the 2007 Global “Excellence In LAN Security” and “Excellence In Identity Based Access Control” Customer Trust Awards.

According to Info Security Products Guide, more than 18,000 end-users and prospective customers worldwide were invited to vote for the products they trust the most to protect their digital resources. This customer trust factor is significant validation that the Nevis LANenforcer is a best-in-class LAN security solution.

“We are thrilled to receive these two awards for the Nevis LANenforcer family of enterprise LAN security appliances”, said Dominic Wilde, Nevis Networks’ vice president of marketing. “This recognition from Info Security Products Guide coincides with increasing customer adoption of our LANenforcer systems worldwide, and validates our leadership in comprehensively solving the complex issues associated with controlling user and endpoint access to the LAN.”

The Nevis LANenforcer family integrates comprehensive LAN security functions into an ASIC-based security policy processing engine that provides deep inspection of every packet to ensure data integrity and confidentiality, threat containment and user accountability. In addition, the appliances uniquely integrate identity-based user access control, deep threat defense and user visibility to ensure persistent pre-and-post connect LAN security.

“Security products have continued to evolve rapidly in the past few years and advanced technologies are now making it possible to take a pro-active approach to most security scenarios,” said Rake Narang, managing editor of Info Security Products Guide. “End-users or consumers of these products have to deal with real-live threats which may differ vastly from lab simulated environments. These users build a strong ‘Customer Trust’ for products that best meet their requirements and therefore also play a key role in the security evolution cycle.”

About Info Security Product Guide
Info Security Products Guide is published by Silicon Valley Communications. It plays a vital role in keeping end-users informed of the choices they can make when it comes to protecting their digital resources. It is written expressly for those who are adamant on staying informed of security threats and the preventive measure they can take. You will discover a wealth of information in this guide including tomorrow’s technology today, best deployment scenarios, people and technologies shaping info security and independent product evaluations that facilitate in making the most pertinent security decisions. The Info Security Products Guide Awards recognize and honor excellence in all areas of information security. To learn more, visit www.infosecurityproductsguide.com and stay secured.

About Nevis Networks 
Nevis Networks is the cost leader in Persistent LAN Security solutions that protect information privacy and integrity, provide user-based visibility, and maintain regulatory compliance. Nevis’ innovative ASIC-based LANenforcer product line integrates pre-connect NAC functionality, with post-connect access control and threat detection, securing the Enterprise at wired, wireless, remote and branch office entry points. Nevis was founded in 2002 by seasoned executives with strong track records in security, semiconductor design, and networking technologies, and has raised over $40 million from veteran Silicon Valley investors New Enterprise Associates, BlueRun Ventures, and New Path Ventures. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, California, with additional R&D centers in Pune, India and Beijing, China.

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