NetOp Tech Launches NetOp® Process Control

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<p><strong>Chicago &mdash; Nov. 6</strong><br />NetOp Tech Inc., a fully owned subsidiary of Danish IT company Danware A/S, launched in the United States NetOp Process Control, the latest addition to the company&rsquo;s line of new generation IT security products, which allow companies to protect their networks from unknown or new viruses or malware by monitoring and controlling all programs and services running on every networked PC &mdash; even those outside the network.<br /><br />The new software is a supplement to existing perimeter firewalls, virus protection and other security solutions. Using a white list, it allows IT departments to decide which programs and processes are allowed to run on each PC, so that unauthorized or unknown and potentially dangerous programs and processes cannot run and harm the network. NetOp Process Control is a proactive approach to implementing corporate IT policies and stopping new viruses or malware from affecting the network and costing companies downtime and money. <br /><br />&ldquo;The unique thing about NetOp Process Control is that it is 100 percent based on dynamic rules and IT policies, which gives managers full control over all internal IT processes,&rdquo; said Peter Grøndahl, managing director of Danware. &ldquo;NetOp Process Control frees time for managers and employees to carry out the work they are hired to do &mdash; rather than worrying about whether the company&rsquo;s IT safety policies are being upheld. NetOp Process Control makes sure this is possible.&rdquo;<br /><br />With NetOp Process Control, IT departments have the flexibility to assign individual rights to each PC so that different employees have access to the Internet tools they need for their specific jobs. It also safeguards laptops outside of the network not protected by perimeter firewalls, allowing mobile workers to safely access the network and continue to be productive on the road. <br /><br />&rdquo;The increased use of the Internet means that employees are inadvertently downloading more programs on company networks that are potentially dangerous,&rdquo; said Tonya Hottmann, head of marketing for the Americas for NetOp Tech. &rdquo;NetOp Process Control helps companies limit the potential damage to the network by stopping unauthorized programs or processes from executing.&rdquo;<br /><br />NetOp Process Control is centrally managed, and once installed, runs automatically. It allows IT departments to not only protect the network from software directly downloaded from the Internet but from dangerous software introduced through CDs and DVDs, MP3 players and USB memory sticks. </p>

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