Entrust eases SSL certificate management
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Entrust announced the Entrust Certificate Management Service, which provides organizations with automated SSL certificate management. Entrust's certificate management services eliminates the need for manual updates by centrally organizing certificates as well as automating their request, installation and renewal. Entrust Certificate Management Service is currently available and a premium edition will be available in early 2004.
Array Networks updates SSL VPN products
SSL VPN product vendor Array Networks announced updates to Array SP and Array SP-C. Some new features of the Array SP 6.1 enable organizations to create a remote and internal access infrastructure on a single platform in addition to policy management, advanced compression capabilities and an improved user interface.
Novell BorderManager 3.8 now available
Novell announced the immediate availability of BorderManager 3.8. This latest edition of BorderManager provides role-based access to resources via a VPN, end-point security, secure access to applications and content filtering. BorderManager's VPN supports Linux customers and enhanced logging features. BorderManager is part of Novell's Nsure identity management product. Pricing for Novell BorderManager 3.8 is $40 per user.
SecureD Services announces SnareWorks 5.0
SecureD Services announced SnareWorks 5.0 for secure single sign-on and identity and access management. New features of SnareWorks include Virtual Directory for integrating directories and databases, Dynamic Entitlement for rules-based access across the organization and provisioning from desktop to mainframe. Pricing will be available in December 2003.
NetScreen receives new level of Common Criteria certification
NetScreen Technologies announced that the NetScreen-5200 firewall/VPN appliance achieved the Common Criteria EAL4+ certification using the National Security Agency's Protection Profile for Medium Robustness Environments 1.4. In order to acquire this next level of certification, the NSA performed a battery of tests including vulnerability and penetration testing along with code analysis. With this newest certification, government networks requiring Medium Robustness Protection Profile can use the NetScreen-5200 running ScreenOS 4.0.2r7.
Top Layer Networks unveils new intrusion prevention solution
Intrusion prevention vendor Top Layer Network announced the Attack Mitigator IPS 5500 security platform. Features include non-stop protection against network and application-level threats, deep packet inspection technology, flexible deployment for either network perimeters or online applications, Web-based security management tools and flexible platform architecture.
Proofpoint announces new antispam self-service module
Antispam solutions vendor Proofpoint announced the User Self-Service Module for the Proofpoint Protection Server. This newest module enables per-user custom antispam controls without the need for desktop software. This module is currently available in two editions: The SMTP Edition and the Exchange 2003 edition.
Trend Micro comes to the aid of small and medium businesses
Trend Micro introduced a line of new products specifically for the small and medium-sized business. These products include: Client/Server Suite for Small and Medium Business 2.0, Client/Server/Messaging Suite for Small and Medium Business 2.0 and InterScan VirusWall for Small and Medium Business 2.0. These suites will provide smaller organizations with enterprise-level antivirus and antispam protection. All three suites will be available beginning December 2003 and starting at $625 for up to 25 users.
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