Security Products Latest Version Releases: CipherTrust, Infoblox

Get news on the latest version product releases; get setup, pricing and configuration info from vendors such as CipherTrust, Infoblox and Safend.

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IronMail 6.5
CipherTrust

Price: Advanced Compliance Module starts at $9,995; Image Analysis Module at $5,995

IronMail 6.5 includes two modules: The Advanced Compliance Module adaptively learns the type of content that is considered confidential, evaluates a message based on the frequency of keywords and generates digital fingerprints of documents to prevent any attempts to send a sentence or paragraph from a confidential document outside the network. The Image Analysis Module detects sexually offensive images embedded within, or attached to, inbound and outbound email messages, and features granular configuration options and flexible enforcement rules.


Nortel Application Switch
Nortel Networks

Price: $12,000 per switch for a one-time license for Intelligent Traffic Manager; $5,000 annually for the Symantec Intelligent Network Protection subscription

Nortel Application Switch, with Symantec Intelligent Network Protection, incorporates Symantec's network intrusion prevention technologies and complements existing network intrusion prevention and detection systems on the network.

The Symantec technologies include an intelligent security inspection engine, automatic real-time threat protection updates and security content updates backed by Symantec.


Safend Protector 3.0
Safend

Price: Starts at $32 per seat on a minimum of 25 endpoints

Safend Protector 3.0's features include Cisco Systems' NAC integration, Microsoft's WHQL certification and Check Point Software Technologies' interoperability testing. This upgraded product allows for the secure use of smart USB devices, such as U3 drives. It features a centralized management console, enhanced logging and reporting, Active Directory synchronization and real-time updates. Flexible policy control can be adjusted for any domain, group, computer and user.


PacketSure 5.0
Palisade Systems

Price: Starts at $7,080 for appliance plus annual software maintenance

PacketSure 5.0 provides Web site security and traffic management, and secures protocols and content on the network. With the latest release, the Palisades content security appliance provides integration with Citrix and Active Directory. Organizations use PacketSure to eliminate unwanted Web site access, block unauthorized applications on the network, increase network bandwidth and guard against intellectual property and consumer data theft.


FraudProbe 2.0
Covelight Systems

Price: Starts at $39,900

Covelight Systems, producer of real-time online fraud management solutions, has released FraudProbe 2.0, featuring its Capture, Transform and Feed (CTF) architecture that provides Web-channel data at wire speed to back-end analytic engines for a variety of enterprise uses. FraudProbe feeds actionable real-time data to fraud management systems without requiring any integration with the online application. The entry-level FraudProbe 1000 is a one-rack unit, fixed-configuration system; the three-rack unit FraudProbe 5000 includes redundant hardware components, optional SSL acceleration and FIPS-140 compliant key management.


Infoblox-550, -1050, -1550, -1552
Infoblox

Price: Infoblox-550 appliance starts at $4,995

Infoblox offers version 4.0 of its NIOS operating system, which enables the distributed delivery of network identity services, including DNS, DHCP, IPAM, RADIUS and TFTP, on its hardware platforms. It provides a graphical user interface and enhanced ID grid technology that unifies data, services and management across a collection of distributed appliances. Infoblox also offers four new hardware platforms, the Infoblox-550, -1050, -1550 and -1552, scaling from 25,000 to 400,000 database objects and from 12,000 to 36,000 DNS inquiries per second.


This was first published in December 2006
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