Princeton, NJ, January 25, 2012 — NIKSUN®, the worldwide leader in real-time cybersecurity and network monitoring solutions, is pleased to announce that NIKSUN’s NetOmni has been honored by SC Magazine’s Innovator Award in Forensics. Reviewer Dr. Peter Stephenson, Chief Technology Editor of SC Magazine, describes NIKSUN’s NetOmni as “the first, serious real-time network forensics analysis tool,” and says of the NIKSUN team, “Pure, raw creativity, and the drive to be the best, no matter what.”
NIKSUN’s NetOmni Suite provides an aggregated view of multiple NIKSUN appliances throughout a global network. NetOmni acts as a portal to any and all NIKSUN devices for central monitoring of the enterprise, consolidating alarms, reports, and “drill down” functionality across all NIKSUN devices. NIKSUN’s NetOmni provides the ability to synchronize and manage configuration and version control, across all NIKSUN devices, with a single command.
Dr. Peter Stephenson, SC Magazine’s Chief Technology Editor, presented the Innovator award to Dr. Parag Pruthi, NIKSUN’s Founder, Chairman, and CEO yesterday during NIKSUN’s World Wide Security and Mobility Conference (WWSMC) in Princeton, NJ. “We are pleased and honored to accept this award for NIKSUN NetOmni and company innovation recognition from such a respected publication as SC Magazine,” Dr. Pruthi told the audience of over 200 security and mobility professionals from industry and academia. “The day is here when NIKSUN’s vision has come to fruition. With our team’s acceleration toward our next generation products, we continue our role as pioneers, once again exceeding our customers’ expectations.”
The SC Magazine Innovator in Forensics review captures the essence of who NIKSUN is – calling the NIKSUN team “wicked smart” and “motivated” in producing top-of-the-line products while spending little on advertising. The review also predicts glimpses of NIKSUN’s future – providing a complete global view of all data with just a few clicks, improving work flow, looking at how users attack ever-increasing cybersecurity and network performance problems, and making the whole process more intuitive for network professionals.
To see the full review, click here.