London, 22 March 2006, Data Integration, the London-based network and systems integrator today announced that it will be exhibiting on stand 25 at Networkshop34 which takes place at the University of Hertfordshire, 4-6 April 2006.
The theme of Data Integration's stand will be 'Zones of Trust' and will show how universities can build networks that securely enable different user groups (staff, students, LIN users, partners etc) to access to different types of information by creating and managing 'Zones of Trust' which are independent of users' location and access mechanism.
Visitors to Data Integration's stand will be eligible to enter a competition to win an iPod Nano as well as being entered into a Champagne Prize Draw that will take place each morning and afternoon during the event.
Data Integration is also presenting at the conference. In Room N101 at 11:15 am on Wednesday 5th April, we will be explaining the different approaches to network segmentation and authentication of users, including:
- Scanning technologies
- In line devices
- Out of line devices
- Behavioural analysis
- Machine authentication
- User authentication
- Network Access Control (NAC)
- Trusted Network Computing (TNC)
- Dissolvable agents
Networkshop is an annual event for network managers and technical staff from the JANET community organised by UKERNA.
Data Integration is exhibiting on Stand 25.