LogLogic and Counterpane Internet Security have teamed up to provide a new compliance and risk mitigation service. The joint offering will deliver an enterprise-class log management and intelligence platform as the basis for the service. The companies will engage in joint sales and marketing of the partnership.
St. Bernard Software announced a new security solution for resellers called the ProPartner Program. The program offers value-added resellers a limit on the number of partners it can have in an area, as well as renewal and cross marketing protection, according to a statement form the company.
SenSage and EMC Centera have partnered to produce a new compliance package. The SenSage Security Compliance Bundle ships in three scalable configurations for under $200,000. The bundle includes a SenSage Enterprise Security Analytics system, a SenSage compliance package and a 4- or 8-node EMC Centera storage system.
Axalto and MetaPass have been working together to provide a new identification system. The new program combines Axalto ID tokens or Cyberflex Access smart cards with MetaPass' Single Sign-on software. The new product allows users to access multiple PCs, applications and networks without the use of multiple passwords, the companies said.
Sweden Post has chosen Columbitech as the secure communications provider for its Parcel Delivery System. Sweden Post is currently carrying out an initiative to replace its handheld devices and system solutions by the summer of 2006. The new system will allow postal drivers to pick up packages and scan them, thereby telling dispatch that parcels are being delivered.
The Liberty Alliance Project announced that products from IBM, NEC, NTT and RSA Security have passed interoperability testing at the company's conformance event. The companies all demonstrated that their products meet the organization's standards of interoperability with other programs.
SonicWall has acquired recover company Lasso Logic and SSL-VPN provider enKoo. SonicWall said in a statement that the acquisitions make it easier for the San Francisco-based company to keep business data protected from security threats.
TV2, a Norwegian television network has announced it is using IMlogic's IM Manager to stop message-based malware and viruses. TV2 said in a statement that the program has prevented numerous IM attacks since it was installed in May.
Qualys announced a free network scanning service in response to the vulnerabilities listed in the SANS Top 20. The company, which works with the SANS Institute to develop the list, said client-side threats have vastly grown in the past year.