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CA, SteelCloud partner on security appliance

Jun 25, 20032 mins

Latest security news.

CA, SteelCloud partner on security appliance, 06/24/03

A partnership between Computer Associates International and SteelCloud will deliver CA’s eTrust family of security technology in the form of rack-mounted appliances that are ‘hardened’ to reduce their vulnerability to attack.

Security appliance adds P-to-P controls, 06/23/03

TippingPoint Technologies has announced an intrusion-prevention appliance that the company says can block a half-dozen peer-to-peer applications, including BearShare, Gnutella, iMesh, Kazaa, Limewire and WinMX.

Symantec updates focus on intrusion protection, 06/23/03

Security company Symantec Monday issued updated versions of a number of software products under the guise of a new …

Vendors promise to improve on security appliances, 06/23/03

Four leading security vendors acknowledged that their products lack a unified management approach, but promised to …

Microsoft hires new privacy strategist, 06/23/03

After three months without an executive in charge of privacy, Microsoft has found a new chief privacy strategist, the …

Cautious users cast wary eye on WLANs, 06/23/03

The benefits of wireless LANs intrigue potential users and have them hopeful about the technology despite what they …

CERT, Adobe address PDF reader vulnerability, 06/19/03

The CERT Coordination Center issued a vulnerability note Wednesday for a problem affecting Portable Document Format (PDF …

Novell to release new BorderManager, 06/19/03

Novell will release an open beta of the next version of its firewall, proxy server and VPN in early July.

VeriSign announces anti-fraud service, 06/19/03

VeriSign is launching a new service to thwart online fraud with support voiced from at least one major credit card company.

Financial IM to be stored for three years, 06/19/03

U.S. securities regulators put a further onus on financial firms to keep records of their business this week, this time …