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APCON develops innovative, scalable technology solutions to enhance network monitoring, support IT traffic analysis, and streamline IT network management and security. APCON delivers state-of-the-art IT data aggregation, filtering, and network switching products, as well as leading-edge management software.

With thousands of chassis installed in data centers spanning 40 countries, APCON technologies have become the new standard by which organizations are planning their network monitoring strategies. APCON products provide businesses with the flexibility and means to manage their data centers more efficiently, resulting in savings across the board — including time, resources, energy and maintenance.


Garland Technology’s network access points (TAPs) guarantees precise data monitoring capabilities ensuring 100% packet capture for NetFort’s LANGuardian deep packet inspection (DPI) technology. SPAN/Mirror ports can drop packets when oversubscribed and are often unavailable; a simple, purpose built network TAP will regenerate network traffic to ensuring complete visibility.

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McAfee, a wholly owned subsidiary of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), is the world’s largest dedicated security company. Since our founding in 1987, we have had just one mission: to help our customers stay safe. We achieve this by creating proactive security solutions for securing your digital world. Through our vigilance, we allow consumers and companies to work, play and shop online more securely, no matter where they are or how they connect. McAfee is relentlessly focused on finding new ways to keep our customers safe.
Aruba ClearPass

HPE Aruba’s NAC solution, ClearPass, provides a single RADIUS-based security and verification point for all wired and wireless networks, applications, IoT devices, employee, contractor and guest devices. Aruba ClearPass allows organizations to create, define and enforce a consistent access policy of what can  connect to which elements of the enterprise, based on the type of device, who is using it, where and when it is being used, the type of connection and its health status.

Starting within the ClearPass 6.6 release, a new feature to the ClearPass Exchange Framework has been added called Ingress Event Engine (IEE) allowing the ability to consume inbound messages, parse them and trigger an action in the sense of an enforcement update for the user/endpoint. Leveraging the IEE feature Aruba and NetFort have created a custom XML that enables users of NetFort LANGuardian and Aruba ClearPass to invoke Network Access Control policy on client Endpoint subject to network activity monitoring rules created on NetFort LANGuardian