RSA Keon Web server goes SSL
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RSA Security announced this week the RSA Keon Web Server SSL product that will enable enterprises to establish and conduct trusted transactions with customers and partners. The RSA server establishes trusted connections recognized by major Web browsers and servers and other related digital certificate enabled applications. Users will be able to manage their own SSL digital certificates while cutting costs. The RSA Keon Web Server SSL solution is available immediately to RSA Keon CA software customers.
Entercept adds to its flagship product
Entercept Security Technologies has upgraded its flagship software, Entercept 2.5, with features that includes protection buffer overflow hacking techniques, a new level of intrusion prevention through a vaulting feature locks critical operating system files and settings and uses strong behavioral rules to ensure server integrity. Entercept 2.5 also introduces SecureSelect, a feature that allows users to migrate from a monitoring mode, to a secure prevention mode and finally to a vault mode which is a complete locked-down state on the server. Entercept 2.5 is generally available to customers and prices start at $1295-to-$1595 per agent and $4995 per console.
Sourcefire snares funding
Sourcefire, the company founded by Marty Roesch, creator of the open-source intrusion detection system Snort, will announce an additional $7 million in venture capital funding this week. Sourcefire's closing of Series A funding will supplement an additional $2.5 million round announced in March. This round will support staffing increases, sales/marketing initiatives, as well as continued R&D. Sourcefire has built a browser-based, customizable IDS for large commercial enterprises with the help of more than 500,000 users in the Snort community. Sourcefire recently appointed Wayne Jackson its CEO with Roesch moving into the CTO seat.
European energy company outsources to Ubizen
Managed security services provider Ubizen announced this week that European energy company Electrabel has selected Ubizen DMZ/Shield Enterprise to optimize the security, performance and availability of its Web servers. Ubizen DMZ/Shield defends against HTTP exploits of application-layer vulnerabilities that usually pass through standard firewalls, IDS and other security devices.
Network security for SMBs
Network Intelligence Corp., announced Private I v.7 for small and medium businesses, a Web-based network event management system that targets security for the SMB market. Private I logs event data from security and network devices and reports on network usage, verifies security policies, generates alerts for possible security breaches and analyzes and reports network performance. Private I v.7 is designed to monitor up to 10 devices and capture up to 500 events per second.
Superb Internet adds e-mail AV to its services
Superb Internet Corp., announced that it is adding new e-mail antivirus protection service to its array of hosting and e-commerce services. Superb Internet provides managed Web hosting services, from virtual hosting through to high-volume, mission-critical dedicated service solutions.
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