CRN Security News


  • Vendors seek ways to capitalize on customers' need


    Data Encryption Makes A Big Splash In Market
    Recent headlines about lost or stolen laptops, tapes and devices, along with unauthorized access to data, have resulted in a big storage industry push to develop a variety of technologies for encrypting data.
  • Storage and security vendors dominate CRN Emerging Vendor list, offering higher margins and faster ROI


    The Hottest Technologies
    Why do security and storage companies dominate the list of emerging vendors?
  • 5 Security Startups You Should Know
    Here are five emerging security vendors that, in a short time, have won over the hearts and minds of many solution providers with their compelling technology and channel focus.
  • VARBusiness Names Tech Innovators of the Year
    VARBusiness last night honored the latest and greatest in channel products and companies at the fourth annual Technology Innovator Awards dinner and presentation. From business software to storage and security, this year's winners are shining examples of innovation in action and stellar providers of the best technology to suit customer needs.
  • Startup eEye Beefs Up Endpoint Security Offering
    eEye Digital Security Monday unveiled a new version of its Blink endpoint security solution that adds tighter control over applications and removable storage devices as well as improved policymaking tools.
  • Oracle Opens Beta For 11g Database
    Oracle's opens up beta for its upcoming Oracle 11g database. Other product news today includes a new version of its SOA Suite with an updated enterprise services bus (ESB), better workflow and security.
  • BioPassword software might just make network security via password protection alone obsolete


    Multifactor Security
    Solution providers now have another weapon in the fight against hackers and would-be cyber-criminals.
  • Software integrates a mix of technologies to block unwanted browser content, gives granular control for admins to enforce policies


    Review: NetOp Offers Precision Filtering With An Intelligent Twist
    With security, it is rarely 'what you see is what you get.' Instead, it is usually what you don't see that creates the problem. Take for example content filtering; the idea behind the technology is to prevent users from accessing unauthorized Web sites, primarily defined by corporate policy and not security practices.

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