SecureServ defends endpoint security

SecureServ defends endpoint security

Security distributor, SecureServ, has signed up to carry TrustDefender's Enterprise Server (TES).

The product allows companies to conduct secure online transactions with customers. It contains a Guaranteed Authentication Program that helps verify the authentication of a website.

"Online transactions are becoming more vulnerable and we see a need to strengthen endpoint security solutions in the market," SecureServ general manager, Vic Whiteley, said.

"Users may think they're going to a bank's website, but they can easily be moved somewhere else without knowing it. From the bank's point of view, it may not know whether a user's computer is clean of viruses, Trojans or worms.

"The important thing is to provide that secure feeling at both ends by setting up a link between the two where nothing else can get in or out."

Whiteley said he would consider bundling TrustDefender with authentication products from Dragonfly, which was another recent addition to the stable. The products would be targeted at organisations where online transactions take place.

"Banking is one area that would need this type of solution the most," he said. "This is a way for resellers in the security market to get into financial services."

TrustDefender director and co-founder, Ted Egan, said SecureServ had good connections in the banking and finance area. This was vendor's first distribution deal but Egan was searching for more.

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