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Cyber-Ark Targets Suspicious Database Activity

Cyber-Ark Software is introducing version 7 of its Privileged Session Management Suite, which is better at isolating and terminating suspicious database activity. The suite includes enhanced capabilities for also protecting virtual environments, network devices and servers. The software protects against cyber-attacks by preventing malware-infected desktops from spreading viruses and Trojans to other systems, the Newton, Mass.-based company said. The product can be integrated with security information and event management systems, such as Hewlett-Packard's ArcSight and McAfee's NitroSecurity, for real-time alerting.