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SecureWorks

SecureWorks submitted for review a co-location offering, which used two rack mount devices to monitor connections after the connection passed through the lab Check Point Firewall-1 firewall.
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SecureWorks IDS/IPS

SecureWorks provides real-time, 24/7 monitor­ing and analysis of host logs, leveraging its proprietary Sherlock Security Management Platform.
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SecureWorks buys MSSP

Atlanta-based managed security services provider SecureWorks has extended its footprint in the European market with the purchase Tuesday of U.K.-based dns Limited, a 10-year-old MSSP and consulting provider. With dns Limited employees based in London and Edinburgh, Scotland, the acquisition is expected to expand SecureWork's client base and provide additional identity and access management practices. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. — GM
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Dell to acquire SecureWorks

Dell announced on Tuesday that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire SecureWorks, an Atlanta-based information security service provider.
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SecureWorks-VeriSign deal

SecureWorks, provider of managed security services (MSS), has completed its acquisition of VeriSign's MSS business, the company announced Tuesday. The move by VeriSign aligns with a 2007 decision to concentrate on its core internet infrastructure business and divest other units. The deal, meanwhile, allows SecureWorks to bolster its hold as one of the security industry's few remaining managed services pure-plays. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. - DK
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SecureWorks Managed IDS/IPS

The core of the SecureWorks managed services is the Sherlock Security Platform. With this platform, SecureWorks can bring together and aggregate all logs and events from almost any security device on the network.
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SecureWorks: Storm worm may be for sale

The infamous storm worm trojan, which first hit inboxes in January, is poised to become a for-sale spam botnet system, complete with fast-flux DNS and hosting capabilities.
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