Aladdin solutions improve interoperability
Internet content and software security provider, Aladdin Knowledge Systems, said its new products, eSafe Gateway 3.02 and eSafe Mail, increases interoperability for users. ESafe Gateway 3.02 is compatible with OPSEC through the addition of a built-in CheckPoint content vectoring protocol (CVP) interface. CVP allows Internet traffic to be funneled through eSafe Gateway's content security inspection and policy enforcement solutions. ESafe's CVP support guarantees interoperability and integration with any network infrastructure. Gateway also works with other firewalls using NitroInspection technology for uninterrupted content inspection. ESafe Mail, meanwhile has support for Microsoft Exchange servers. It also offers advanced e-mail filtering capabilities that reduces spam and blocks high-bandwidth usage programs like MP3s. It also prevents spoofed e-mail and files. The eSafe product suite provides protection from the gateway to the desktop. It also provides Sandbox protection against malicious content by building a wall around system files and isolates malicious elements in a separate environment.
UK network solutions provider goes with Identix
Identix has announced that its biometrics solutions will secure a UK-based network solution provider production facility. The agreement involves a 4,000-seat license for Identix's BioLogon software and several hundred Datawise MT Digit fingerprint readers. Identix's network solutions enable company's to share accounts without compromising security. The solutions also produce an audit trail at the user level, rather than machine level.
SafeStone's Euro base grows
Security management provider, SafeStone, announced it will expand its European base as projected sales growth exceeded expectations, the company said. It has also hired Richard Eve as their vice president of EMEA. SafeStone added nine European sales and technical support people in 2001 and four more so far this year.
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