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September 2008

Security Services: Symantec Online Fraud Protection

Symantec Online Fraud Protection Symantec Price: From $100,000 per year per brand protected and from $75,000/year for an online fraud specialist Once Internet commerce became big business, it was inevitable that Inter-net crime would become big business as well. Online fraud, typically some kind of identity theft such as phishing, costs companies and their customers billions of dollars. "What we're really talking about is brand erosion," says Ted Donat, director, product management, for Symantec Consulting Services. "If you get an email from Joe's_bank.com, and you read about a phishing attack or were the victim of a phishing attack, you're going to think twice about opening that email." Symantec's recently announced Online Fraud Protection service is a multifaceted package to help organizations doing a high volume of Internet transactions. Typically these are large banks, brokerages and retailers, but Donat says Symantec is also drawing interest from smaller banks, which are also targeted. The service includes an initial ...

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Features in this issue

  • Product Review: Workshare Protect Premium 6.0

    Workshare Protect Premium 6.0 seeks to eliminate the malicious or accidental leakage of sensitive corporate data.

  • Security Services: Symantec Online Fraud Protection

    Symantec's Online Fraud Protection service includes an initial on-site assessment, phishing and transaction monitoring, incident response, monitoring of malware targeting the company's brand and analysis of new malware behavior.

  • Product review: AirDefense Enterprise 7.3

    AirDefense's AirDefense Enterprise 7.3, a wireless intrusion detection and intrusion prevention tool, has new features including support for Power over Ethernet (PoE) for its sensors, a new user interface, overhauled reporting and new features such as WEP cloaking, advanced forensics, spectrum analysis and a centralized console to manage appliances.

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