June 2008 19 6 Issue of SCMagazine
A robust public/private partnership can be more firmly established.
Humans are oftentimes gullible and inquisitive, and spammers are taking full advantage.
It takes reinforcement to drive home a security message.
Even if vendor security is not on the radar of your regulators or auditors, you may still want to consider how a vendor information security ...
Alex Tosheff, Bill Me Later's new CISO, says understanding and protecting data is now priority number one, reports Dan Kaplan.
There are strategies to combat thieves looking to exploit people's benevolence in providing personal info, reports Eric Butterman.
Federated identity management solutions offer the promise of single sign-on, but are slow to see adoption, Jim Carr discovers.
Raise a glass of Champagne to honor the winners of the SC Magazine Awards 2008.
Email is the grease that makes today's business run smoothly, says Peter Stephenson.
Cryptzone’s Secured eMail Enterprise v3.2 is a desktop client application that integrates into Microsoft Outlook or Lotus Notes to provide email encryption.
A soft appliance email security solution offered as an integrated part of the PGP Encryption Platform.
A rack-mounted email authentication appliance used strictly for applying digital signatures to outbound emails.
Two components work together to form an enterprise-class content and identity filtering solution.
We found this product to be a pumped up email data leakage prevention device with solid email protection.
A full scale email content management appliance with several excellent features.
This product features some high grade functionality for the large enterprise.
Offers protection from email-based threats, such as viruses or trojans.
A software-based approach to email content management that features protection against spam, phishing, viruses and other malware.
This product has an expansive filtering engine comprised of over 200 separate rules.
This appliance features an email filter, anti-virus, anti-spyware and protection against malicious code and spam.
A feature rich product that can be installed directly onto the mail server.
A dedicated spam detection and protection tool.
Designed for the large enterprise and loaded with many great features.
Provides full functional protection with solid filtering capabilities.
Provides a full realm of email content management and security features.
This product is a VMware image that can be loaded onto any available server on the network, thereby not needing any real dedicated appliance or ...
This product takes an all-in-one security approach with features such as anti-spam, anti-phishing, anti-virus, attachment filtering, disclaimers and content filtering.
The Symantec Mail Security appliance houses several email content management features in one well-integrated device.
The Tumbleweed MailGate appliance offers solid email protection and management in one device.
Simple elegance for your forensic investigation
The Entelligence Messaging Server v9.1 is an appliance-based email gateway that provides encryption and digital signing of messages internally and externally to the organization.
IT pros must think about changing their security focus, says Michelle Drolet.
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- No hacking required: Israeli researchers show how to steal data through PC components
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