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NetAlly Expands InfoSec Offering with CyberScope® Air Wi-Fi Vulnerability Scanner & Tester

Single instrument combines edge network vulnerability scanning with Wi-Fi and BT/BLE wireless network performance testing and surveying.

Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA – March 5, 2024 – Today, NetAlly announced the expansion of its cybersecurity assessment product line with the addition of CyberScope® Air, a Wi-Fi vulnerability scanner and tester for assessing the security posture of WLANs against policies, generating compliance reports, and performing ongoing monitoring for changes.

“The CyberScope family of tools are the first and only devices I’ve seen that can address network security in meaningful ways at the network edge,” says Jennifer Minella, cybersecurity author and co-host of the Packet Protector podcast.

Minella continues, “These tools bridge the gap between security and network operations in meaningful ways, by allowing on-demand or pre-configured security assessments to test for the vulnerabilities and misconfigurations that most often contribute to breaches, malware, and other incidents.”

In April last year, NetAlly introduced CyberScope, the world’s first wired Ethernet and wireless handheld edge network vulnerability scanner for in-depth cybersecurity assessments. CyberScope Air offers a wireless-only version for security practitioners and network engineers focused on wireless edge networks.

“With the massive proliferation of endpoints and ubiquitous connectivity in edge networks, security professionals need a fast and easy way to have ‘eyes on’ all of the devices at the sites they manage,” says James Kahkoska, NetAlly CTO.

With today’s announcement, NetAlly amplifies the power of CyberScope’s discovery capabilities with new capabilities in their Link-Live collaboration, reporting, and analytics platform, providing fast insight into the devices in a site network over time.

New graphical dashboards provide instant insight into endpoints and network configurations allowing easy exploration in chart, table, or topology views. The Discovery Monitoring feature allows automated daily, weekly, or monthly snapshots to be uploaded to Link-Live to track new and missing devices or Wi-Fi access points and clients. Powerful filtering and grouping allow analysis to instantly identify new devices, changes within a device, or for tracking specific devices and types over time.

Mike Parrottino, NetAlly CEO adds, “The release of CyberScope Air is another milestone in NetAlly’s efforts to bring our thirty years of experience in network visibility technology to cybersecurity professionals whose current toolset lacks in-depth, tactical situational awareness in edge networks.”

According to NetAlly, their CyberScope family of products help security practitioners by:

  • Easily validating security controls at the edge.
  • Inventorying everything including IoT, OT, unmanaged devices.
  • Quickly testing and demonstrating policy compliance.
  • Enabling collaboration and sharing between teams.

For more information, visit https://cyberscope.netally.com

Author Bio –
Director of Marketing

Dan Klimke serves as Director, Product Marketing for NetAlly. His 25+ years of experience in the premise cabling and network performance analysis segments of the networking business (first at Leviton Manufacturing, Co. Inc., then at Fluke Networks, Inc., and NETSCOUT Systems, Inc.) provides a deep perspective on the industry and evolution of technologies.

NetAlly CyberScope Air
“The CyberScope family of tools are the first and only devices I’ve seen that can address network security in meaningful ways at the network edge." Jennifer Minella, cybersecurity author and co-host of the Packet Protector podcast.