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Despite average losses of more than $2 million each, only one-third of companies reporting computer crimes this year contacted law enforcement authorities, according to the annual security survey. What were the other two-thirds thinking?
Check Point Software announces software and an accompanying service that, among other things, gives its firewall users more real time, centralized control over network attacks.
Network Intelligence Corp. unveils a new, speedier version of its tool that helps users manage the onslaught of alerts coming from their firewalls, intrusion detection systems and VPNs.
Enterprise email security product vendor CipherTrust announces two additions to its IronMail email security appliance.
Antivirus products vendor Central Command announces a version of its Vexira antivirus software for Linux workstations and servers.
Network security's days in the limelight are over, according to a recent report from ICA Syndicate. Before you go looking for a new career, though, it may be helpful to first cast a wary eye on some of the report's findings.
Arbor Networks has announced a new version of its Peakflow DoS appliance that adds support for Cisco firewalls, the netForensics security console and new traffic management capabilities.
Veritect announces four security services targeted primarily at mid-tier companies that don't have large budgets for security staff and infrastructure.
Check Point Software Technologies announces a stripped-down, dedicated virtual private network (VPN) appliance intended for easy deployment.
Mazu Networks releases a new version of its Enforcer line of security devices that is more proactive at thwarting distributed denial of service and can detect more forms of attacks.
Big Blue unveils a free tool intended to help companies define and implement privacy policies that address the handling of customer and internal data.
Sanctum, Inc. announces a new version of its AppShield Web application security tool that offers improved performance along with features intended to ease deployment.
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