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eEye Retina Security Network Scanner Earns “Best Buy” from SC Magazine

eEye Digital Security (www.eeye.com), a provider of integrated security and threat management solutions today announced that SC Magazine recently reviewed its Retina Network Security Scanner, giving it the highest possible rating of five out of a possible five stars in all categories. In its recent group test of vulnerability assessment products eEye’s Retina was awarded “Best Buy” honors, a distinction reserved for products that SC Magazine Lab rates as “outstanding”.

The May 2009 issue of SC Magazine established that eEye’s Retina Network Security Scanner is “a great value for the money for almost any size environment,” and “provides a lot of great functionality that is easy to use and manage, all at a reasonable price.”

The review stated that the Retina Network Security Scanner is “a quick and simple installation” as well as “comfortable and easy to navigate.” It also calls set-up and configuration of scans “simple and intuitive.”

SC Magazine gave Retina Network Security Scanner five stars in all six categories: Features, Ease of Use, Performance, Documentation, Support and Value for Money.

The Retina Network Security Scanner provides multi-platform vulnerability management. Retina identifies known and zero-day vulnerabilities and provides security risk assessment, enabling security best practices, policy enforcement, and compliance with regulatory audits SOX, HIPAA, GLBA and PCI. Retina is available in three versatile delivery forms including Software, Appliance or Hosted (on demand) versions which makes it especially unique and suitable for any environment.

“This report from SC Magazine shows us that our team has succeeded at delivering a product that exceeds expectations in categories across the board and is able to drastically raise the bar in network security,” said eEye CEO Kamal Arafeh. “We're honored to have SC Magazine recognize our Network Security Product with such high regards.”

eEye Digital Security is a provider of integrated security and threat management solutions with an installed base of some 9,000 customers including over one-half of America’s largest corporations as listed on the Fortune 100.

To view the contents of the review please visit: http://www.scmagazineus.com/eEye-Digital-Security-Retina/Review/2837/

For more information on eEye threat management products please visit http://www.eeye.com/html/products.

About eEye Digital Security

eEye Digital Security is a leader in vulnerability management, endpoint security, anti-virus software and IT security research. The company’s advanced security solutions help technology professionals protect the networks and digital assets of more than 9,000 corporate and government organizations worldwide. Founded in 1998, eEye Digital Security is headquartered in Orange County, California. For more information, please visit www.eEye.com.

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