F-Secure an awards finalist
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Centrally managed security solutions provider F-Secure Corp., has been named a finalist in the antivirus and content-inspection products categories for the Information Security Magazine Excellence Awards. Industry analysts and professionals selected the finalists from a list of nominees selected by readers. Voting is being conducted online at the Information Security magazine Web site and will continue through Jan. 19. Winners will be announced at InfoSec World conference in Orlando next month and will appear in the magazine's March issue.
Digital Insight goes with RSA
E-finance enabler, Digital Insight, will incorporate RSA Security's BSafe(R) software into its Consolidator electronic bill presentment and payment product. Consolidator's decision to implement RSA software secures clients' consolidation of bills and distribution of payments over the Internet. Digital Insight's customers include Wells Fargo and Chase. BSafe(R) is embedded in most Internet applications including browsers, wireless devices, e-mail systems and VPNs.
MyCIO on plate of SteelCloud customers
Turnkey server appliance supplier SteelCloud will offer its customers myCIO's antivirus firewall and VPN security services over the Internet. Using an ASP model, services are always available from the myCIO network. Virus security can be configured to automatically implement at the desktop and gateway in a fraction of the time it takes to deploy enterprise security software, myCIO says. MyCIO uses Rumor peer-to-peer technology to distribute content and software updates. MyCIO is a Network Associates firm. SteelCloud services enterprises wanting to implement immediate e-business network and infrastructure solutions.
Big Fish reels in Trend Micro antivirus product
Server-based virus protection and content-filtering provider Trend Micro will provide the core antivirus technology used by e-mail protection service, Big Fish Communications in a new partnership. Big Fish filters e-mail for viruses and spam before it reaches corporate servers. Big Fish's protection service deploys on its own network of servers. The partnership means a continuous coordination of the deployment of new virus patters, electronic signatures designed to detect and block new known viruses, eliminating the need to buy new software or visit a Web site for updates.
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