Rockville, Md.-based 3e Technologies International, Inc. recently announced its new 3e-522AW Wireless Access Point,...
providing security and centralized management of wireless LANs through a relationship with AirWave Wireless Inc. of San Mateo, Calif. This provides the ability to monitor and control wireless networks from a single, central console. 3eTI also introduced the 3e-522GW Wireless Gateway, which offers customers AES and 3DES.
Securify automates security management for Navy
Securify, Inc. of Mountain View, Calif. recently announced a contract with the U.S. Navy to supply the Naval Supply Systems Command with its SecurVantage automated network security management system. The company will also supply day-to-day assistance during the Navy's transition to the new Navy Marine Corps Intranet. The Naval Supply Systems Command and Securify will install SecurVantage Monitor systems throughout the NAVSUP Enterprise Networks to rapidly baseline the information architecture and boundary communication requirements.
Pointsec, Rainbow team on two-factor authentication
Pointsec Mobile Technologies and Rainbow Technologies of Irvine, Calif. have partnered. The joint partnership will offer users two step authentication which combines two proven technologies based on the concept of "something you know" such as a password or PIN and "something you have" such as a physical token from Rainbow Technologies. These solutions will have particular appeal to organizations with requirements for data security including those in: healthcare, financial services, aerospace and defense, high technology and consumer goods companies.
Ingrian, nCipher partner on SSL, PKI in single platform
Redwood City, Calf.-based Ingrian Networks recently announced it has extended its strategic relationship with Cambridge, England-based nCipher Inc. As a result of this collaboration, Ingrian now delivers a high level of SSL security and private key protection available in a single security platform. This breakthrough capability, now available in Ingrian's i215 and i225 secure networking platforms, is the result of collaborating with nCipher to ensure its cryptographic modules are compliant with the FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) 140-2 Level 3 specification for protection of private cryptographic keys.
SonicWall release creates 'trusted zone'
SonicWall, Inc. of Sunnyvale, Calif. recently announced the TELE3 TZX, an Internet security appliance that creates a "trusted zone" between the corporate office and a telecommuter's home network. TELE3 TZX ensures that harmful intrusions and viruses cannot traverse the home network to the corporate network, and that in-home users cannot access the corporate network from home computers sharing a broadband connection. TELE3 TZX features an auto-sensing, four-port MDIX switch to protect work networks from multiple home systems on a shared broadband connection.
Intellitactics announces NSM 4.0
Intellitactics, Inc. recently announced the availability of Version 4.0 of its Network Security Manager software platform. NSM 4.0 provides Unified Security Management, helping security executives deliver on their mandate to optimize and justify security spending, integrate security insight and response throughout the organization, and instantly identify and prevail in real time against threats to critical business processes that currently go undetected.
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