Captus IPS 4000 series Release 1.3 now available
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Captus Networks announced that Release 1.3 of its Captus IPS 4000 and 4150 network managment product is now available for upgrade. This latest update includes performance improvements of 10% to 40% depending on packet size and policy volume variables, according to Captus. For premium support customers, the upgrade is free of charge. Pricing for the Captus IPS 4000 and 4150 begins at $11,995 and is available.
Qualys announces Fault-Free Scanning
Network security audits and vulnerability management vendor Qualys announced Fault-Free Scanning. Fault-Free Scanning processes feedback from customers to automatically fix false positives and any other faults to improve accuracy and performance of their QualysGuard Global Scanning Infrastructure.
Vericept announces VIEW 6
Vericept Corp. announced its latest version of Vericept Intelligent Early Warning (VIEW) content management and filtering product. In Version 6, Vericept added extensive reporting features through Crystal Reports for larger organizations in addition to enhanced user interface and management capabilities for greater flexibility and scalability. VIEW 6 software is available.
BMC expands identity management
BMC announced CONTROL-SA/eProvision, a new component to its identity management product that leverages technology from Business Layers. CONTROL-SA will be bundled with eProvision by Business Layers to help organizations manage their identity management. Some key features of CONTROL-SA include dynamic rule-based workflow engine, delegated user administration, self-services user registration, direct LDAP management and extensive business-oriented auditing and reporting. CONTROL-SA/eProvision by Business Layers will be available in December 2003 through BMC Software. Pricing starts at $78,000 for 1,000 users.
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