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Industry Notebook: New releases from ISC, nCircle, GFI and MetaInfo

In addition to new product launches, Finjan teams with Sophos while Tovaris changes its name to GlobalCerts.

ISC's SecretAgent Mobile now available
Deerfield, Ill.-based Information Security Corporation's SecretAgent Mobile for Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 and Windows Mobile 2003 is now available. SecretAgent is a management tool for organizing sensitive documents on a handheld. The latest version will include updated features such as workflow paradigm, additional encryption options, ANSI-compliant digital signatures, automated key history management and security policy support. Pricing begins at $59.95 for a single unit.
For more info on Information Security Corporation, click here.

Finjan management tools now with Sophos scanning
San Jose, Calif.-based Finjan Software will now include virus and spam protection using Sophos's AV technology in its secure content management tools. The new partnership enhances Finjan's patented behavior inspection engine with expanded AV capabilities supplied by Sophos, which has U.S. headquarters in Lynnfield, Mass. Other recent content security providers to partner with Finjan include McAfee, Blue Coat Systems and Mailshell.
For more information about nCircle, click here.

Tovaris changes name to GlobalCerts
Charlottesville, Va.-based Tovaris IP LC has changed its name to GlobalCerts LC. The company -- which develops, markets, sells and services secure messaging products primarily to state and local government agencies, healthcare providers, financial institutions and business enterprises -- said in a press release it hopes the name change more closely reflects "the breadth and depth of its enabling technology, SecureTier, which provides a unique integrated infrastructure for digital certificate management services."
For more on GlobalCerts, click here.

GFI launches GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP 10
London-based network and content security provider GFI released its GFI MailEssentials for Exchange/SMTP 10 server-based antispam product. It allows network users to blacklist or whitelist senders via public folders; enables administrators to tune Bayesian filters more easily; and enables mail archiving to SQL Server. A 50-user version of GFI MailEssentials is $495 or bundled with GFI MailSecurity for $450 for 10 mailboxes.
For more info on GFI MailEssentials, click here.

MetaInfo released series of appliance platforms
MetaInfo, a Seattle, Wash.-based provider of network and Internet Protocol (IP) address management products, has developed a series of hardware platforms upon which MetaInfo's Meta IP services can be deployed and maintained. The MetaInfo Appliance augments the hardware and operating system platform options currently available to Meta DNS and Meta IP customers by offering increased security, reliability, management and cost. Customers can choose to use Meta IP as a software-only service, as an appliance, or both.
For more info on MetaInfo, click here.

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