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Cisco today announced it has teamed with Trend Micro to offer a Home Security service for select Linksys by Cisco routers.
NETGEAR today announced a new line of Threat Management appliances with enterprise-class features but priced for SMB buyers.
D-Link today said its SECURESPOT 2.0 Internet Security and Parental Control Services has been added to two more of its draft 802.11n routers.
Yoggie Security Systems today released MacOS versions of its miniature hardware internet security devices.
NETGEAR yesterday announced that it is acquiring privately-held CP Secure, Inc.
ZyXEL today announced its expanded Unified Security Gateway (USG) series that combines a deep packet stateful inspection firewall, anti-Virus, IDP, content filtering, anti-spam and VPN (IPSec/SSL/L2TP).Tags:
D-Link yesterday introduced a new version of its managed security service.
The SecureSpot 2.0 Managed Security Service will initially be integrated with the DIR-625 Draft 802.11n router, with additional products to be added later.
Netgear today announced a new dual-mode security gateway that provides simultaneous support for up to 25 IPsec and 10 SSL VPN tunnels.
The ProSafe Dual WAN Gigabit SSL VPN Firewall (FVS336G) has two gigabit WAN ports supporting load-balancing and fail-over modes and an integrated four-port 10/100/1000 Mbps switch.
Iomega today announced a partnership with Postini to offer managed email security and spam defense solutions to small and mid-sized businesses.
Under the agreement, Iomega is now delivering Postini's security and compliance solutions to SMBs in the United States and in international markets. Beginning next month, distributor Tech Data will offer its customers the new Iomega OfficeScreen Managed Email Security and Spam Defense - Powered by Postini.
Secure Computing Corporation today announced a newly enhanced version of its all-in-one Internet appliance for small and medium-sized businesses and remote offices.
The SnapGear with TrustedSource is the third Secure Computing product integration with TrustedSource, the company's global reputation system. The new product adds and enhanced VoIP capabilities, VPN offloading, connection tracking snapshots, increased performance, and the ability to deliver customized local-language versions.
Open source innovator and SNORT creator, Sourcefire, Inc., and Insecure.Org, the creator of the Nmap Security Scanner, today announced a licensing agreement for the parties to jointly develop open source vulnerability scanning technology based on the general purpose Nmap Scripting Engine (NSE) embedded within the Nmap network discovery tool.
Under the agreement, Insecure.Org will develop the engine while the Sourcefire Vulnerability Research Team (VRT) will develop and contribute plug-ins for discovering specific vulnerabilities.
D-Link yesterday announced a new VPN SSL Firewall targeted at SMB buyers.
The D-Link DFL-S500 protects against viruses, worms, spyware, and hackers on VPN connections by integrating network and endpoint security. The firewall has seven LAN ports, two WAN ports, and a user-configurable server port. Other features include remote management, bandwidth control and access policies, SNMP support and e-mail alerts
The DFL-S500 is expected to ship by the end of June. Pricing was not announced.
SonicWALL last week introduced three new additions to its line of UTM/Firewall/VPN appliances.
The TZ 180 delivers gateway UTM scanning at twice the speed of SonicWALL's TZ 170. A new Security Dashboard provides a real-time snapshot of the number and type of security threats blocked by SonicWALL's threat prevention technology worldwide, as well as the threats blocked by the user's appliance. The TZ 180 Wireless adds wireless LAN capability with WPA2 support to the TZ 180's base feature set.
SonicWALL announced today that it has expanded the capabilities of its SSL-VPN series with new industry certifications and feature enhancements.
SonicWALL Firmware Version 2.1 for its SSL-VPN 2000 and 4000 appliances adds drag-and-drop functionality in the new Java version of the file shares applet. This new firmware version also provides LDAP authentication capabilities for multiple organizational units, and offers access control based on both existing Active Directory group and RADIUS group memberships.
On Monday, Sourcefire the company behind the open-source intrusion-detection application Snort said that hackers could potentially execute malicious code on a system running Snort and gain access to confidential data.
The vulnerability was reported to Sourcefire by Internet Security Systems (ISS), the security arm of IBM.
ZyXEL today added an SSL gateway and mobile broadband router to its ZyWALL security product line.
The ZyWALL SSL-10 is an integrated SSL-VPN and Firewall appliance supporting 10 sessions in its base configuration and upgradeable to 25 sessions. Users have access to shared network resources through a single web page with user rights defined by login ID.
The product provides a customizable web portal that users can access through a standard Web browser to easily and securely access e-mail, applications, web servers and other resources on the remote network.Tags:
Authentication technology developer CRYPTOCard yesterday announced the introduction of its CRYPTO-MAS Managed Authentication Service.
CRYPTO-MAS is a Managed Authentication Service that protects companies and their employees against shoulder surfing, social engineering, and other forms of password theft by using token-based two-factor authentication in combination with a Personal Identification Numbers (PINs). The service uses CRYPTOCards authentication technology, which is deployed by "major organizations" in over 70 countries.
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