Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - June 2005
In month’s Information Security magazine, SSL VPNs are providing their customers cheaper secure remote log ons, but will they take it to the next level with IPsec? Also inside this issue, get a behind-the-scenes look at Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday and how to avoid automated attacks caused by dangerous exploit frameworks. Read reviews of Cross Tec NetOp Desktop Firewall 3.0, TriGeo Network Security's TriGeo Security Information Manager 3.0, Sana Security's Primary Response 3.0 and more. Finally, read a review of The Black Book on Corporate Security. Access >>>
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Nothing But 'Net: SSL VPNs provide cheap secure remote access
by Michael S. Mimoso, Editorial Director
SSL VPNs provide The Sports Authority, and a growing number of enterprises, with cheaper secure remote connectivity. Will they eventually slam dunk IPSec?
CrossTec's NetOp Desktop Firewall 3.0 Product Review
In this product review of small and medium sized business (SMB) Cross Tec NetOp Desktop Firewall 3.0 product, get information on the products logging, reporting and policy capabilities.
Unsecured RPCs can leave you open to attack. Take steps to secure your networks.
Hot Pick: Sana Security's Primary Response 3.0
Sana Security's Primary Response 3.0
Secure Reads: The Black Book on Corporate Security
Read a review of The Black Book on Corporate Security.
- Nothing But 'Net: SSL VPNs provide cheap secure remote access by Michael S. Mimoso, Editorial Director
Microsoft's regular patch release cycle is a combination of information, process and automated tools that makes updates go more smoothly.
Exploit frameworks are the machine guns of automated attacks. Don't get caught on the wrong end of the barrel.
TriGeo Network Security's TriGeo Security Information Manager 3.0
A review of the security information management product: TriGeo Network Security's TriGeo Security Information Manager 3.0.
E-mail Security: Symantec Mail Security 8200 series
Symantec's Symantec Mail Security 8200 series
Recent Releases: Security product briefs, June 2005
Learn about security products released in June 2005.
- Patch Tuesday
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