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Recent Releases: Security product briefs, April 2005

Learn about the information security products released in 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.


CipherTrust's Ironmail

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. Organizations can use authentication factors stored on the desktop in the Trusted Platform Module chip and Windows Key Store, or on a token, smart card or USB drive. Authentication strengths can be changed over time without replacing the infrastructure.

TACS starts at $50,000.

Watchfire's WebXM 4.0 manages online security, privacy, accessibility, quality and compliance issues. The security module scans enterprise Web sites for weaknesses, including vulnerabilities that leave them open to phishing attacks, identity theft, service interruptions and defacement.

WebXM includes compliance reporting capabilities and features reports on more than 20 regulations and industry standards.

WebXM 4.0 pricing starts at $35,000, or $3,500 per month as a hosted service.


Realm Systems MPS

Realm Systems' Realm Mobile Personal Server (MPS) is a mobile computing platform that provides strong remote security in a USB device.

The device has built-in thumbprint biometric identification, password protection and authentication to the corporate network through a 2,048-bit encrypted tunnel. The back end is provided by the Realm SOBA Router, which manages and deploys applications through MPS, relieving much of the cost of desktop management.

MPS and SOBA start at $200 and $10,000, respectively.


Infoblox's RADIUSone Network Identity Appliance

Infoblox's RADIUSone Network Identity Appliance is a hardened, plug-and-play RADIUS server that delivers AAA services to remote and local enterprise users.

With full support for 802.1X, RADIUSone also accommodates multiple authentication types--for example, 802.1X to a wireless AP followed by authentication to a VPN gateway.

RADIUSone starts at $12,000.

8e6 Technologies' R3000 Enterprise Filter appliance augments its URL-filtering capabilities with its latest release. Admins can now monitor users' Internet usage in real time and generate reports for review. Users who violate viewing policies can be automatically locked out of Internet viewing after a defined number of unauthorized attempts. The new release supports SNMP.

R3000 starts at $1,995.

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