SonicWall Aventail Advanced End Point Control for E-Class SRA EX-750 / EX6000 - License

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Product Id: 18393247

Description: SonicWALL Aventail Advanced End Point Control for E-Class SRA EX-750 / EX6000 - License

Mfr Part #: 01-SSC-9620

Extending the functionality of industry-leading SonicWALL Aventail E-Class End Point Control (EPC) technology, SonicWALL Aventail E-Class Advanced EPC brings together the most advanced endpoint detection with the most advanced data protection in a single add-on feature. With the additional protection of its Advanced Interrogator and Secure Desktop features, Advanced EPC makes your SonicWALL Aventail E-Class Secure Remote Access (SRA) appliance the easiest secure remote access controller on the market.
Key Points
  • Easy, flexible device profiling
  • Robust endpoint interrogation
  • Comprehensive cache control
  • Unmanaged endpoint protection
  • Encrypted virtual desktop
Product Features
  • Easy, flexible device profiling
    Easy, flexible device profiling simplifies granular endpoint protection by allowing administrators to set up Windows, Macintosh or Linux device profiles from a comprehensive predefined list. The Advanced Interrogator list includes all supported anti-virus, personal firewall and anti-spyware solutions from leading vendors like McAfee, Symantec, Computer Associates, Sophos, Kaspersky Lab and many more. To configure device interrogation, the administrator can simply check off policy requirements from this list, without having to manually enter multiple product names, versions and updates.
  • Robust endpoint interrogation
    Robust endpoint interrogation provides granular, flexible control of endpoint device interrogation criteria. Administrators can select the specific vendor and product name for each solution category and can also specify what product version to check. Administrators can also specify a date range in which the product last had its signature file updated. SonicWALL Recurring EPC performs endpoint scans at user login and at administrator-defined intervals to ensure the ongoing integrity of any endpoint.
  • Comprehensive cache control
    Comprehensive cache control builds upon the SonicWALL Aventail Cache Control feature, which goes beyond the basic cache cleaning of other SSL VPNs. Cache Control deletes Web session data, including browser cache, history, cookies and passwords and removes all protected data for the current session. Additionally, Cache Control works on Windows, Macintosh and Linux machines and protects data even if the user walks away from the PC or closes the browser window.
  • Unmanaged endpoint device protection
    Unmanaged endpoint device protection takes data protection to an even higher level. This feature delivers the utmost data protection for unmanaged workstations - such as airport kiosks or Internet café PCs. Secure Desktop incorporates and integrates technology from Symantec (Sygate) to create bestof-breed security for your remote session - a "virtual" Windows session that runs on top of the actual desktop. A mobile user can browse the Internet, check e-mail and work with personal files using client/server applications, but once the session is over, all sensitive data is automatically and thoroughly removed from the unmanaged workstation.
  • Encrypted virtual desktop
    Encrypted virtual desktop provides unprecedented protection for users and corporate data. This component creates a virtual desktop environment that looks and feels like the regular desktop but is actually an "encrypted vault" where data is saved locally with a one-time key. While Secure Desktop is running, users see a padlock symbol in the taskbar, which signifies that they can safely browse Web sites or run other applications. The entire session and all local data - attachments, cookies, cached content and the like - are encrypted in real time and, at the end of the session, destroyed to U.S. Department of Defense standards (DOD 5220.22).