CRN Security News

  • Safend Protector Locks Down Network Data
    Safend, a Philadelphia-based endpoint security software developer, has the answer for network security guards. The recently released Safend Protector is a software-based security product that provides the “locks” to prevent data from moving about in an unauthorized fashion and secures all endpoints in a network.
  • AMD Guarantees VARs Platforms For Verticals
    Advanced Micro Devices last month rolled out a series of standardized desktop and notebook platforms to help system builders better tap the corporate, government and education markets.
  • Check Point Targets Intrusion Prevention
    Check Point Software Technologies aims to expand its presence in the intrusion prevention market with the acquisition of Sourcefire, the company that maintains the open source Snort IPS.
  • Microsoft Ups Ante On Security Strategy
    Hoping to take a more holistic approach to thwarting escalating security threats, Microsoft on Thursday laid out its companywide strategy and product roadmap to build thicker walls for both corporate desktops and lower-end servers.
  • New Worm-Naming Scheme Aims To Cut Confusion
    A standardized naming process for worms and viruses sponsored by the US-CERT (Computer Emergency Readiness Team) and backed by the biggest names in security make its debut this week in the hope that it will lend some sense to the malware naming mess.
  • Staying Ahead of Hackers
    While innovation is becoming the latest buzzword for differentiating everything from laptops to business software, advancing technology is critical for security. Threats evolve at a pace slightly faster than countering security technologies.
  • Biometrics For Systems Builders
    If you're a systems builder looking for a hot new market, it's time to get smart about the brave new world of biometrics.
  • Radware Revs It Up
    Radware this week is set to unveil a revamped application delivery portfolio that solution providers say will help them build broader solutions and craft cleaner, more strategic marketing messages.
  • New UPS Eliminates User Confusion And Frequent Service Calls
    A UPS is a pretty standard, straightforward device: It&s a battery in a big box, and when the AC power kicks out, the battery power kicks on. UPSes are typically placed on the floor and out of sight as a result of being too heavy and bulky to place on a desktop. This prohibits users from seeing the display of the UPS and therefore keeps them unaware of its status. To solve this common quandary, Tripp Lite has just announced a new series of UPSes designed for extreme ease of use and viewing, even in cramped and non-conventional locations.
  • Choosing Sides
    With literally hundreds of security startups vying for the attention of solution providers, it&s hard to imagine that the market is consolidating.
  • Cisco Bolsters Network Security
    Cisco Systems took steps Tuesday to address the growing need for more secure networks that can defend themselves against a variety of threats with the introduction of new incident-control and threat-mitigation software and services. It also has new versions of the company's intrusion-prevention signature (ISP) system and IOS router operating system software.
  • Briefs: September 26, 2005
    Symantec plans to buy WholeSecurity, a privately held firm that specializes in identifying viruses, worms and other malware by their behavior.
  • Check Point Goes To Bat With Nokia
    Check Point Software Technologies is continuing its push into the midmarket with a bundled offering that pairs its Express software with Nokia hardware.