Aruba to bring WLAN-level security to LANs

Tuesday, 16 November 2004, 9:39 AM EST

Wireless switch specialist Aruba will next year bring to wired networks the same tight security it provides for WLANs in a bid to provide better protection from inside-the-firewall attacks.

During Q1 2005, Aruba will ship a unit that connects to an existing LAN port and provides a buffer between a potentially unauthorised computer and the enterprise network.

By Tony Smith at The Register.

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