NetIQ

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NetIQ
Type Subsidiary
Industry Computer software
Fate Acquired by The Attachmate Group (July 5, 2006)
Founded San Jose, California, United States (1995)
Headquarters Houston, Texas, United States
Key people Jay Gardner (President and GM)
Products
  • Access Governance Suite
  • Access Manager
  • Advanced Authentication Framework
  • Aegis
  • AppManager
  • Change Guardian
  • Cloud Manager
  • Directory and Resource Administrator
  • eDirectory
  • Identity Manager
  • Operations Center
  • PlateSpin Forge
  • PlateSpin Migrate
  • PlateSpin Protect
  • PlateSpin Recon
  • Privileged User Manager
  • Secure Configuration Manager
  • SecureLogin
  • Sentinel
Parent The Attachmate Group
Website www.netiq.com

NetIQ is an American systems and security management software company, founded in 1995 by Ching-fa Hwang, Her-daw Che, Hon Wong, Ken Prayoon Cheng and Tom Kemp. The company headquarters are in Houston, Texas, and it is now wholly owned by The Attachmate Group.

The company's products are intended to help IT organizations deliver critical business services, mitigate operational risk, and document policy compliance. Its management portfolio include products for performance management, security management, configuration management and change control. Its flagship products are Access Manager, AppManager, Secure Configuration Manager, Sentinel, and Identity Manager.

NetIQ's customers include 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games,[1] BT,[2] and Euler Hermes.[3]

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