Camelot's Hark comes to Windows 2000
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Network management vendor Camelot announced this week a new Windows 2000 agent for its automated access control product, Hark. Hark automatically generates and manages user access rights on corporate networks. Hark, based on Camelot's Network Intelligence Technology, also protects resources and unifies security policies and permissions on Novell and Windows NT servers. The technology automatically establishes, modifies or removes user access rights as it learns new user behaviors and updates individual user security policies in real time.
Phantom comes to U.S.
Gianus Technologies announces that it has begun marketing its Phantom TS security technology in the United States and that it has reached deals with resellers SenecaData and JtNet and other small and medium OEMs. Until this month, Phantom TS has been available only in Europe and Asia. Phantom Total Security is non-encryption security software that protects data, documents or operating systems by splitting a hard disk into two parts then making one part invisible by clicking on an icon. The invisible, secure part of the disk become undetectable and impossible to hack or infect with a virus, according to Gianus.
Asta joins Juniper alliance
Asta Networks, makers of the Vantage System anti-denial-of-service technology, announced this week that it has joined the Juniper Networks IP OSS Alliance ensuring that Vantage System will interoperate with Juniper equipment. Vantage works with Juniper routers giving businesses a holistic view of network activity and traffic details. Vantage does multitiered analysis of traffic obtained from Juniper routers and detects, locates and helps corporations counter DoS attacks. The move puts Vantage System on the largest networks and enables service providers and carriers using Juniper networks protection from DoS attacks.
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