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GreenLink Networks, Untangle, and Nodeware share what’s next on their roadmaps. By Colleen Frye

Nodeware Launching a Linux Agent

The Nodeware vulnerability management solution from IGI CyberLabs, a subsidiary of Infinite Group Inc. (IGI), is in final beta with a Linux agent, with expected availability in the next week or so, according to Frank Raimondi, vice president of channel development for Nodeware. “As IOT agents get more and more deployed, whether it's a camera or other edge devices, which are generally based on Linux, they need to be better watched over for their vulnerability to make sure that they are staying up to date or there aren't new devices that come onto the network that are Linux-based that shouldn't be on the network,” Raimondi says.

IGI CyberLabs is also expanding distribution of Nodeware, which is currently available through SYNNEX and Telarus. According to Raimondi, partnerships with MSSPs are in the works, with the first one to be announced soon.

Since launching Nodeware in June at the ChannelPro SMB Forum in Dallas, Raimondi says the initial goal for the first six months has been to introduce MSPs to the network visibility and monitoring solution. So far, he says, “We're getting good feedback.”

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