ConSentry Networks executive to speak at ACWA SCADA & IT Cyber Security Forum

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BURBANK, CA, March 28, 2007 -- ConSentry Networks announced that three of its product marketing director will be among the speakers at the Spring 2007 SCADA & IT Cyber Security Forum, hosted in Burbank, CA, by the Association of California Water Agencies. It runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 29, at the Burbank Airport Marriott & Convention Center.

Michelle McLean, director of product marketing at ConSentry Networks, will speak about "Using NAC to Separate SCADA Networks and Secure the LAN" during Session 3 from 11:00 - 11:45 a.m. at the event. Also speaking are Gary Sevounts and Bryan Geraldo of Symantec and Gene Bild and David Blaylock of AT&T, along with other leading industry experts, will be keynote speakers at the event.

The Spring 2007 SCADA & IT Cyber Security Forum is an educational and networking event for individuals in the water industry to share information and implement best practices related to network and control systems security.

This event is led by organizations throughout the industry hoping to collaborate and present a unified front for developing water systems security standards in California and the United States. The conference aims to keep water professionals up to date on the latest technology and improve methods by which districts can communicate more effectively.

The Spring 2007 SCADA & IT Cyber Security Forum is presented by the Association of California Water Agencies, Contra Costa Water District, California Department of Health Services, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Process Control Systems Forum, San Juan Water, and the Santa Clara Valley Water District.

For additional information and to register for this event, please visit: www.acwa.com. Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunch, and handout materials.

ConSentry Networks delivers Control without Compromise via its family of award-winning LANShield platforms -- the LANShield™ Controller and LANShield Switch -- that enable businesses to protect their corporate assets, ensure continuity of operations, and dramatically reduce the risk of security breaches. ConSentry's LANShield solutions together with its InSight™ Command Center provide added control, visibility, and flexibility enhancements to further simplify the integration of LAN security in enterprise networks. Supporting both pre-admission and post-admission controls, the ConSentry LANShield family provides enterprises with a proven and affordable appliance and switch solution for controlling access to resources and applications on the LAN. Backed by blue-chip venture capital firms that include Accel Partners, DAG Ventures, INVESCO Private Capital, and Sequoia Capital, ConSentry is headquartered in Milpitas, CA.

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Also see: "ConSentry Networks Brings Identity-based Control to Medical Group"

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