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This article is part of the June 2005 issue of With SSL VPNs on the offense, will IPSec VPNs eventually be benched?
TriGeo Network Security's TriGeo Security Information Manager 3.0 TriGeo Network Security Price: Starts at $19,820 TriGeo Network Security's TriGeo Security Information Manager 3.0 Turning data from multiple network and security devices into actionable information isn't just a headache for Fortune 1000 companies--SMBs with limited staff need to know quickly when their networks are threatened. TriGeo Network Security's TriGeo Security Information Manager (TriGeo SIM) 3.0 fills this niche as a highly flexible, easy-to-manage appliance that's designed to support 50 to 5,000 active devices. It also adds automated remediation, a plus for any organization. TriGeo SIM can issue policy-based commands to block IP addresses and ports, and shut down or reboot users through Cisco Systems, Check Point Software Technologies, Juniper Networks, WatchGuard Technologies, SonicWALL, TopLayer Networks and Fortinet devices. Like other SIMs, the appliance gathers data--typically logs--from devices and applications via agents or remote logging from firewalls, routers and switches.... Access >>>
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