MailMarshal certified for Windows 2000 Datacenter Server
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Atlanta-based Marshal Software recently announced that MailMarshal SMTP has achieved certification for Microsoft Windows 2000 Datacenter Server at VeriTest. MailMarshal SMTP is the first e-mail content security software to receive this certification. The e-mail monitoring software also holds IBM cluster proven validation.
Sierra adds Check Point VPN firewall to its Wireless AirCard
Sierra Wireless of Vancouver, British Columbia, has joined forces with Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. to combine Check Point's VPN firewall technology and Sierra's Wireless AirCard products. The two companies have aligned with T-Mobile USA, Inc. to offer customers secure wireless wide area network access. Their combined services are available through Ingram Micro, Inc.
Sigaba beta-tests is IM product to financials
San Mateo, Calif.-based Sigaba is opening its Secure Instant Messaging Beta Test program to an extended community of financial services, health care and government organizations. The program, which implements corporate-wide security policies, is integrated with Sigaba's products and platform, leveraging the work already completed with FIPS certification, encryption, auditing, virus scanning and standards-based (SAML) authentication. Sigaba is accepting companies now for the extended Beta Test, which will begin on Dec. 27.
PKWare releases free Windows PKZip Reader
PKWare, Inc., of Brown Deer, Wis. last week released a free PKZIP Reader for Windows-based PCs. The free software allows users to open any ZIP file including files created with PKZIP 5.0 Professional Edition, which can do up to 3 DES 168-bit encryption. A PKZIP 5.0 user can send a link along with the encrypted ZIP file so recipients can open it.
nCipher announces partnerships with XML vendors
Cambridge, England-based nCipher plc., recently announced partnerships with XML security vendors including Forum Systems, Reactivity and Westbridge Technology. By working together, the companies hope to help customers develop secure Web Services and integrate business processes and applications.
Business Layers joins Liberty Alliance
Business Layers, Inc. of Rochelle Park, N.J., recently announced it has become an associate member of the Liberty Alliance Project, an industry consortium developing open specifications for network identity. As part of the Liberty Alliance Project, Business Layers will work with Sun Microsystems, RSA Security and PriceWaterhouseCoopers to promote an open identity standard.
Ubizen among fastest-growing European companies
Leuven, Belgium-based Ubizen announced last week that it ranked No. 136 on the 2002 Deloitte Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the 500 fastest-growing technology companies in Europe. Rankings are based on three-year percentage revenue growth from 1999-2001. Ubizen grew 429 percent during this period. The company provides managed security services for global businesses.
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