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Uniloc Unveils Industry-First Authentication Technology for Comprehensive Protection of Critical Infrastructure
Date:5/11/2009

te. Authorized client machines are identified using Uniloc's PDR technology to generate a device fingerprint based on the unique and inherent characteristics of each device. This fingerprint becomes an authentication credential that is locked to that device.

"The spread of advanced worms like Conficker, and the recent infiltration of the country's electricity grid are just two examples highlighting the risks associated with connecting critical networks like those in SCADA systems," said Brad Davis, CEO at Uniloc. "With the constantly increasing threat of cyber attacks and hacks, controlling access to critical assets is one of the most important challenges facing critical infrastructure industries today. NetAnchor provides an unrivaled, all-in-one solution to protect our nation's infrastructure."

Uniloc NetAnchor is available immediately. For more information, visit http://www.uniloc.com/netanchor/.

About Uniloc

Uniloc offers a patented Physical Device Recognition (PDR) platform that authenticates the true identity of devices that attempt to access high-value technology assets. Uniloc provides a patented method of uniquely identifying a user device, such as a PC or portable device, using the naturally occurring, inherent physical characteristics of that device. Uniloc has applied its expertise in Physical Device Recognition to several markets, including software and game security, identity management, and critical infrastructure security. For more information, visit www.uniloc.com.

Uniloc and NetAnchor are trademarks of Uniloc, Inc.


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