AirMagnet Enterprise

24 x7 WIDS/WIPS for proactive enterprise Wi-Fi network security.
  • Dedicated wireless intrusion prevention (WIPS) and wireless intrusion detection (WIDS) with integrated spectrum and 802.11n analysis for complete visibility and control
  • 24x7 Wi-Fi security and performance monitoring and remote troubleshooting
  • Includes the SmartEdge, Series 4 Sensors with versatile tri-radio design—two 802.11n 3x3 MIMO Wi-Fi radios plus dedicated spectrum analysis radio
  • Software sensor agent enables flexible cost monitoring architecture
  • Dynamic update technology for immediate protection as new Wi-Fi threats emerge
  • Easy integration with existing infrastructure and practices reducing burden on staff
  • BYOD Classification enables over-the-air detection and classification of specific smart devices.
  • Automated PCI and regulatory compliance reporting
24 x7 cellular security for enforcement of no-cellular zones.
  • Dedicated Spectrum analysis card monitors and reports on cellular security violation events.
Service Assurance and Performance Monitoring.
  • Automated Health Check uses client transactions to pinpoint problems impacting the productivity of WLAN users
 
 
 
 
 
 
Features

AirMagnet Enterprise scans all possible 802.11 channels (including the 200 extended channels), ensuring there are no blind spots where rogue devices may be hiding. AirMagnet Enterprise goes beyond Wi-Fi analysis with optional spectrum analysis that detects and classifies RF jamming attacks, Bluetooth devices and many other non-802.11 transmitter types, such as unapproved wireless cameras.

The AirWISE engine constantly analyzes all wireless devices and traffic using a combination of frame inspection, stateful pattern analysis, statistical modeling, RF analysis and anomaly detection, enabling detection of hundreds of specific threats, attacks and vulnerabilities such as rogue devices, spoofed devices, DoS attacks, man-in-the-middle attacks, evil twins, as well as the most recent hacking tools and techniques such as MDK3, Karmetasploit and 802.11n DoS attacks.