AirDefense, a venture-backed firm that has developed and commercialized wireless network security technology is being acquired by tech giant Motorola (NYSE: MOT).

Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

AirDefense last closed on venture financing in 2006 when it raised $14 million. Backers included eHatchery and SYS Ventures.

The company, which launched in 2001, has developed wireless intrusion prevention technology and has received several patents.

“AirDefense complements Motorola’s Enterprise business and Motorola is the ideal partner to help us take our wireless LAN security products and services to the next level,” said Mike Potts, president and chief executive officer of AirDefense, in a statement, “We look forward to working with Motorola’s talented professionals and utilizing the strengths of a global industry leader to achieve even greater success.”

AirDefense will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola and will remain based in Georgia.