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April 2005

Recent Releases: Security product briefs, April 2005

Finjan Software's Vital Security Appliance Series features application-level behavior blocking for viruses, worms, Trojans and other malicious code, and antispyware. Its "Anti.dote" technology is designed to prevent the exploitation of all published vulnerabilities and relieve the pressure to patch immediately. The Vital Security Appliance Series starts at $13,878. @exb CipherTrust's Ironmail @exe CipherTrust offers two improved e-mail security services for its IronMail appliance. TrustedSource 3.0 dynamically rates the reputations of sender IP addresses based on data collected from CipherTrust customers. New senders are blocked if their behavior indicates they're zombies. Web Delivery 2.0 provides policy-based encryption of outgoing e-mail, relieving dependence on user adherence to enforce policy. IronMail starts at $4,995. TriCipher's TriCipher Armored Credential System (TACS) offers multiple strengths of authentication through a single system, allowing organizations to match authentication based on a user's risk profile. ...

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Features in this issue

  • Warning Lights

    Evolving risk dashboards will tell how secure you are and when something's wrong.

  • Ready For Takeoff

    Cutting costs was the only way to keep United Airlines flying high. Rich Perez's answer was to rebuild the network.

  • Rights of Passage

    Our tests found that most endpoint security products will enforce policy and network access. Their differences are in the details.

  • Damage Control

    ChoicePoint's Rich Baich faced the perfect storm: a huge security breach, intense media attention and a shareholder revolt. What he needed was an incident response plan to get him out of the hot seat.

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