CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, Jan. 29 (UPI) -- A new version of Rockwell Collins' monitor and control software with enhanced security for government and commercial networks is now available.
MaxView features a modular framework and intuitive user interface for managing of local and remote networks, automating complex service tasks and unifying management of disparate systems into one view.
The one-view capability eliminates the need for separate proprietary network management systems.
"Network security concerns are increasing in government and commercial environments," said Bob Haag, vice president and general manager of Communication and Navigation Products for Rockwell Collins.
"Customers cannot risk vulnerabilities and compromises affecting network availability, electronic communications and business transactions. It is our priority and commitment to customers to provide software with the highest security standards to manage both commercial and military networks."
Rockwell Collins said the MaxView Enhanced Security provides additional security attributes complying with stringent Defense Information Systems Agency Security Technical Implementation Guides that ensure secure configurations, including operating systems, network devices and applications.
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