Seccom Global SecureScreen cloud security system

13 April, 2010

SecureScreen utilises global in-the-cloud infrastructure to enforce and maintain comprehensive information security and corporate policy. With no hardware or software to install, near-zero latency and an invisible footprint, it is cost effective and is claimed to be a most complete, flexible, comprehensive network security system in its class.

Symantec web security monitoring

13 April, 2010

Symantec has announced web security monitoring, a managed security service designed to allow users to protect their end users and online web presence from pervasive web threats.

McAfee data loss prevention solution

13 April, 2010

The McAfee data loss prevention (DLP) solution can be used to address concerns about the security of regulated data and sensitive information. Its data loss prevention technology includes a common policy across all components, database crawling, easier workflow through the ePolicy Orchestrator platform and improved support for Microsoft Active Directory.

Imperva ThreatRadar with Cyveillance Anti-Phishing Data Feed

12 April, 2010

Imperva and Cyveillance have announced a partnership to shield organisations against growing phishing attacks. Under the agreement, Imperva integrated the Cyveillance Anti-Phishing Data Feed as part of its ThreatRadar service to enhance its SecureSphere web application firewall, enabling enterprises to deploy comprehensive reputation-based security through proactive detection of phishing threats before they become a problem.

The evolution of UTM

01 April, 2010

A scant decade ago, packet-filter firewalls were sufficient to protect against virtually all threats coming from the internet. Today, however, the number, variety and sophistication of threats against business networks have multiplied, and firewalls and antivirus software on desktops are no longer sufficient. This has led to the evolution of unified threat management (UTM) solutions, reports Fortinet’s Richard Stiennon.

Inside the insider

01 April, 2010

Three Coca-Cola employees were charged with stealing confidential information and samples of a new drink in the hope of selling them to competitor PepsiCo. Information is the lifeblood of the company. Carlo Minassian knows this only too well as he is charged with the security of many companies’ data.

User behaviour drives broader malware attacks

31 March, 2010

A Blue Coat Systems report has examined evolving malware attack strategies that exploit online user behaviour.

SonicWALL Global Management System and ViewPoint virtual appliances

26 March, 2010

SonicWALL has announced its security virtual appliance portfolio, with the first two security virtual appliances (Global Management System Virtual Appliance and ViewPoint Virtual Appliance) now available. Its enterprise-class anti-spam Email Security Virtual Appliance will be available later this quarter.

SonicWALL E-class network security appliance E8500

26 March, 2010

SonicWALL has announced the E-class network security appliance E8500, an advanced intrusion prevention system firewall with application intelligence and control designed for the enterprise.

Pacen SafeStick secure USB flash drive

26 March, 2010

SafeStick is a secure USB flash drive, designed to provide automatic data protection in the case of loss or theft.

US tops spread of malware

11 March, 2010

The US, Germany and China are the top three countries with web servers serving malware but the US comes in at 40%.

3Com TippingPoint and H3C secure network fabric products

10 March, 2010

3Com has announced four products and solutions to extend the company’s secure network fabric (SNF) to next-generation data centres and virtual networks.

SonicWALL SonicOS 5.6 deep packet inspection

10 March, 2010

The SonicOS 5.6 deep packet inspection for SSL traffic is an upgrade to the operating system for the SonicWALL TZ, NSA and E-Class NSA firewalls.

Clearswift Web Appliance 2.0 and Clearswift Email Appliance 3.0

24 February, 2010

The Clearswift Web Appliance 2.0 and Clearswift Email Appliance 3.0 content-aware web and email security appliances are designed to protect users from spam, malware, data loss, viruses, identity theft, phishing and other network and data threats.

Websense Triton unified security architecture

24 February, 2010

The Triton unified security architecture combines Websense Web, data and email security into a single platform for unified content analysis and management.

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