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Quick Takes: Go to college, earn a certification

BindView and the University of Phoenix have partnered on training and certification programs, leading off this edition of Quick Takes.

BindView, University of Phoenix partner to provide new training and cert programs

BindView announced a partnership with the University of Phoenix for certification and training on BindView's products. Under the agreement, students can take five-day courses through the University of Phoenix that will earn them either a BindView Certified Systems Administrator (BCSA) or a BindView Certified Security Professional (BCSP) certification.

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RedSiren goes to work for the state of Texas

RedSiren announced a new two-year contract to provide information security and technical services for the state and local government agencies throughout Texas. According to this agreement, any agency or school district may bypass the bidding process to contract with RedSiren. In turn, RedSiren can provide security audits, forensics, vulnerability testing and intrusion protection services via Texas' GoDIRect (Dept. of Information Resources) program. RedSiren is one of four companies part of the GoDIRect collaboration.

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ePrism Mail Filter available

St. Bernard Software announced the availability of its ePrism Mail Filter. The ePrism appliance provides organizations with e-mail security, spam protection, antivirus scanning, content control and attachment filtering. EPrism Mail Filter is available in three different models along with a support subscription service.

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GFI announces new Kaspersky antivirus feature

GFI and Kaspersky Labs have teamed up to add Kaspersky's antivirus solution to GFI's MailSecurity product. According to GFI, the addition of Kaspersky Anti-virus will greatly expand and bolster antivirus features on MailSecurity.

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Solutionary completes $13 million rounds of funding

Solutionary announced that it has received $13 million in Series A and Series B preferred stock financing. Solutionary intends to use this latest infusion of capital to expand their sales, and delivery and reseller services in both domestic and international markets.

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