Australian Technology Wins International Recognition in the USA
iWebGate has just won an award in San Diego from a highly regarded panel of USA and
Canadian judges representing the executive levels of several major government agencies in those
(PRWEB) April 3, 2010 -- Powerfully, iWebGate has integrated all network services required to invent a “Ghost
Network Platform” (GNP). The GNP easily resides in a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).
Adhering to the principle of separation, the GNP moves an organization’s point of interaction with the Internet
away from the trusted network and into the DMZ.
“Self-built DMZ solutions are often very expensive and technically difficult to setup and maintain. Our
commercial and government off the shelf solution enables any small, medium and large enterprise to establish an
affordable, scalable and valuable DMZ solution in less than 20 minutes,” said Timothy Gooch, CEO of
The company provides a DMZ solution as a platform for the needs their customers repeatedly asked for.
- How can we securely connect everyone we work with (i.e. our customers, suppliers, contractors and
- Can we do more things in our business quicker, easier and greener with lower cost?
During an extensive research and development project, iWebGate looked at many network products and setups.
They noticed some universal characteristics which continue to cause widespread problems.
The first is many small to mid-size enterprises (SMEs) (and some larger entities) do not adhere to the “principle
of separation” when it comes to establishing a connection between their trusted network and the Internet. Many
SMEs believe network security stops at the perimeter firewall by innocently opening and linking ports directly to
business servers residing on their trusted network. This setup resembles a corporate office removing its reception
area and allowing anyone to walk in off the street straight into their boardroom, document storage areas and