BlackRidge's New Authentication Technology Secures Identity and Configuration Information

By CIOReview | Tuesday, August 4, 2015

FREMONT, CA: BlackRidge Technology, a network and cyber security company, announces the availability of new identity integration, automation, and platform scalability enhancements in its patented First Packet Authentication technology to stop unknown attacks and breaches from occurring, and protecting against insider threats with real-time attribution.

The key features: supports existing identity infrastructure including Microsoft Active Directory, RADIUS, and LDAP systems; securely distributes identity and configuration information; eliminates huge manual procedures to make provisioning easier and more secure while reducing the administrative IT workload; dynamically stops attacks, reduces insider and third party risk; supports regulatory compliance; and provides high performance 10GbE platforms and Virtual Network Function (VNF) on KVM for flexible and low cost deployment in cloud-based SDN/NFV environments.

BlackRidge has partnered with Marist College to demonstrate protection against a number of threats and attacks and develop advanced cyber security capabilities.

"I am thrilled to be leading and expanding the BlackRidge engineering team to develop a new level of enterprise cyber security protection," "Our products provide a breakthrough in network and cyber security protection that can be scaled from the endpoint to the servers and applications where business critical information resides," said Tony Sager, Senior Vice President Engineering and CTO Commercial Markets, BlackRidge Technology.