Quick Takes: Identity management software meets federal regs

Liquid Machines' identity management software helps enterprises reach compliance with federal data control and monitoring regulations, leading off this edition of Quick Takes.

Liquid Machines 1.0 unleashed

Liquid Machines announced its new data security solution to help organizations meet regulations set forth by the federal government for data controls and monitoring. Liquid Machines 1.0 is identity management software that provides users with the means to create, enforce and monitor security policies automatically. This product will be generally available in July 2003.

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Eset upgrades NOD32

Eset updated its NOD32 virus-detection software. In the 2.0 version, Eset enables greater control and flexibility for detecting viruses in addition to compatibility with Windows Server 2003, a planner and scheduler, a more robust e-mail filter, on-demand scanning options, an updated GUI and an enhanced installation program. NOD32 is available for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP, MS-DOS, Unix, Novell, Lotus Domino Server and Exchange Server and will be generally available at the end of June.

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Unisys, Actimize partner

Unisys and Actimize announced a strategic alliance to help financial institutions and organizations combat financial crime. Actimize will supply its real-time analysis software to Unisys' Active Risk Monitoring Solution (ARMS). The ARMS solution enables real-time monitoring for possible collusion, relate events to establish potential crimes, expose fraud and provide situational analysis in a quick and timely manner.

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St. Bernard UpdateEXPERT Smart Plug-In now available

St. Bernard Software announced the availability of its UpdateEXPERT Smart Plug-In, certified patch management solution. This solution integrates with HP OpenView Operations for Microsoft platform and helps manage, test and deploy the patches put out by Microsoft.

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EIQnetworks joins SecureAlliance Program

EIQnetworks joined Secure Computing's SecureAlliance Program after successful interoperability testing between both companies' firewall products. eIQnetworks' Firewall Analyzer 3.0 and Secure's Sidewinder G2 Firewall were determined to be interoperable after a series of tests. The blended solution will provide customers a browser-based firewall/VPN analysis as well as enterprise-level firewall protection.

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Trend Micro receives NIAP certification

Trend Micro announced National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) certification for the InterScan Virus Wall 3.5 for NT and the InterScan Virus Wall 3.6 for Solaris, HP-UX and Linux. These two products are now part of NIAP's Validated Products List. NIAP's testing program, Common Criterial Evaluation and Validation Scheme for IT Security, is a partnership with the National Security Agency and the National Institute of Standards and Technology to help advance standards to streamline national security for for the IT sector.

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Former presidential cybersecurity advisor joins Qualys' board

Qualys has appointed Howard Schmidt to its board of directors. Formerly, Schmidt was the security advisor on the Critical Infrastructure Protection Board and Special Advisor for Cyber Security under President George W. Bush. Just prior to being an advisor for President Bush, Schmidt was the CSO of Microsoft.

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