Quick Takes: SonicWall updates firewalls

SonicWall announced upgrades to its PRO 3060 and 4060 firewalls, leading off this edition of Quick Takes. Also included are items from Phaos Technology, NFR Security, WiKID Authentication, FSecure and Micromuse.

SonicWALL unveils new PRO series platform

Internet security solutions vendor, SonicWALL announced its new PRO series appliances, the PRO 3060 and the PRO 4060 with the latest version of SonicOS 2.0. The new SonicOS provides the PRO platform users with features such as WAN-WAN failover, ISP load balancing and hardware failover for greater flexibility and more reliable business continuity. Some highlights of the PRO 3060 and PRO 4060 include improved firewall capabilities with 300+ Mbps throughput, support for all of SonicWALL's services, and rapid deployment and installation.

For more info on the PRO series

Phaos Technology supports DaimlerChrysler with Web services security

Identity management security vendor, Phaos Technology, announced it will provide DaimlerChrysler Sevices North America LLC with Web services security products for use in their consumer credit application business system. DaimlerChrysler intends to use the Phaos XML security components as part of their program to provide consumers with vehicle financing options said to Phaos. The Phaos XML security components provide standards-based encryption and digital signing features securing documents.

For more info on Phaos Technology

NFR Security updates Sentivist

Intrusion-detection management vendor, NFR Security announced the immediate availability of NFR Sentivist 4.0. The Sentivist 4.0 provides organizations with an intrusion management tool to help manage and reduce the threat to their networks and infrastructure. According to NFR, v.4.0 reduces false positives by providing greater detection features and is easier to use thanks to its enhanced Enterprise Console. Sentivist software starts at $13,000 and Sentivist Sensors range from $11,000 to $20,000.

For more info on NFR Security

WiKID Authentication System 2.0 available

Remote-access authentication vendor, WiKID announced that its updated v.2.0 authentication product is available. The WiKID Authentication System 2.0 contains features such as automatic initial validation or re-validation for WiKID users, self-service for password changes or account setup, integration with Web applications on Windows NT and IIS servers, support for BREW wireless system and enhanced reporting capabilities. WiKID Authentication Server is available for $9,500 and client seats are priced at $12 to $24 depending on the volume.

For more info on WiKID Systems

F-Secure Antivirus Client Security immediately available

Antivirus software vendor, F-Secure Corp. announced that its Antivirus Client Security product is immediately available for purchase. Antivirus Client Security focuses on protecting desktops as well as laptops against malicious code. Some of its features include a centrally managed application control, virus news delivery and location-based security controls. Antivirus Client Security is a available for $31.92/seat.

For more info on F-Secure's Anti-Virus Client Security

Micromuse certifies Sana Security's Primary Response as Netcool Ready

Application security software vendor, Sana Security announced that its Primary Response product has been certified as a Netcool Ready solution by Micromuse. Primary Response detects abnormal application behavior to block malicious activities such as internal and external attacks. By integrating Primary Response with Netcool for Security Management, organizations will have better threat detection, and management and correlation capabilities according to Sana.

For more info on Sana Security
For more info on Micromuse


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