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What's new from: ZoneLabs, Swivel, VeriSign, NetIQ, Sun, Juniper

What's new from: ZoneLabs, Swivel, VeriSign, NetIQ, Sun, Juniper

ZoneLabs ZoneAlarm 5.5

ZoneLabs has rolled out an Internet security solution, dubbed the ZoneAlarm Security Suite 5.5. The software protects consumers and small business users from a wide range of Internet-borne threats, including hackers, viruses, spyware, online fraud and spam. By integrating Zone Labs' firewall with antivirus, website filtering, privacy protection, instant messaging security and now anti-phishing and anti-spam technology by MailFrontier, the ZoneAlarm Security Suite 5.5 provides all-in-one PC protection, according to the company. The ZoneAlarm Security Suite 5.5 supports desktop and laptop PCs running Windows 98SE, Me, 2000 Pro and XP Pro/Home. The product is distributed in Australia by Manaccom. RRP: $99.95

Swivel Secure PINsafe M2F

Swivel Secure has released PINsafe M2F, a software based two-factor authentication system designed to enhance enterprise network security and protect the identity of individual users during the login procedure. Using a fixed variable length PIN and a randomly generated 10-digit security string sent to a mobile device or Web browser users are able to generate a one-time pass code for each authentication attempt. The system operates using a light weight authentication server which can be integrated with a wide range of network technologies including SSL VPN and Firewall systems to enable secure remote login from any location using a Web browser interface. PINsafe M2F has a range of user interface options which can be defined at set up by the systems administrator according to the corporate security policy. No additional client software or token system is needed which means it is extremely easy to implement and has a minimal support overhead. The product is supplied as either a locked down Linux appliance (SAA 200) or as software only for installation on a Windows, Linux or Solaris server. The product is distributed in Australia by WhiteGold Solutions. RRP: The price is $100 - $1.43 per seat on a perpetual licence basis. Annual maintenance is charged at 0.18 per cent.

VeriSign Authentication Service

VeriSign has launched a Unified Authentication Service solution that helps enterprises that frequently deploy multiple authentication mechanisms to address diverse needs within and beyond an organisation's network. Some of the most common scenarios that increasingly require strong authentication are remote access, Windows logon, wireless LAN access and critical application or data access, according to the company. Provisioning and managing strong authentication mechanisms like one-time passwords (OTPs), USB tokens and public key infrastructure (PKI) could be a complex and costly task, the company said. VeriSign Unified Authentication reduces this complexity and cost by providing a single, scalable platform for managing all types of two-factor authentication credentials. Built on VeriSign's global trust network, this open platform enables enterprises to strongly authenticate virtually any user, device or application on any network. VeriSign Unified Authentication also enables encryption, digital signing and auditing which enables organisations to capitalise on their authentication investment to cover requirements for secure commerce and communications with regard to privacy and non-repudiation. Based on open standards, VeriSign Unified Authentication relies on protocols such as Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service (RADIUS) and Transport Layer Security - Extensible Authentication Protocol (TLS-EAP). This allows cross-platform interoperability. The solution includes easy-to-use application programming interfaces and integrates with existing corporate directories. The product is sold in Australia direct to resellers via VeriSign. RRP: Depending on volume and type of strong authentication credentials used, from $12 per user per annum

NetIQ Directory Resource Administrator 7.5

NetIQ has announced a new version of Directory Resource Administrator (DRA) 7.5 to help companies comply with regulatory standards and increase the security of their Active Directory deployments. It provides delegation and policy-based administration capabilities that improve the efficiency of most Microsoft Windows environments and can assist in meeting compliance requirements, according to the company. By automating user role changes and providing automated, policy-based Active Directory user account creation, DRA 7.5 reduces user downtime, prevents errors and accelerates the new account creation process. The product is distributed in Australia by Data#3 Business Systems. RRP: From $2667

Sun Java System Identity Auditor

Sun Microsystems has released the Sun Java System Identity Auditor, an identity audit solution for helping to improve audit and compliance performance. The product features: centralised visibility of identity controls across critical business applications and platforms; secure analysis and reporting; automated evaluation and enforcement of internal access controls; and support for heterogeneous environments and third-party platforms. The product is distributed in Australia through Sun iForce partners including Accenture, Aeco, Agreon, Di Data, Fujitsu, Deloitte, Datacomm and EDS. RRP: Approximately $80 per employee/per year. Customers can also receive software maintenance and technical support included as part of the Suite subscription pricing.

Juniper NetScreen Secure Access 1000 Series

Juniper Networks has released the latest version of its NetScreen Secure Access 1000 Series of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) products. The SA 1000 Series is designed to enable small-to-medium-sized companies to deploy cost-effective remote access, extranet and intranet security and manage identity management solutions all from a single platform. It enables users to securely access corporate applications and resources from any standard Web browser and offers user self-service features to lower helpdesk support costs. The SA 1000 Series has rich access privilege management functionality to create secure customer and/or partner extranets with no infrastructure changes, no service network deployments and no software agents. It also enables the enterprise to securely access the corporate intranet, so that different employee and visitor populations can utilise exactly the resources they need while adhering to enterprise security and identity management policies. The NetScreen-SA 1000 Series is based on the Instant Virtual Extranet (IVE) platform, which uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), the security protocol found in all standard Web browsers, as a secure access transport mechanism. The use of SSL eliminates the need for client software deployment, changes to internal servers, and costly ongoing maintenance. The NetScreen-SA 1000 Series products can be purchased with either Baseline or Advanced software feature sets. Baseline software encompasses the streamlined feature set that an enterprise would need to deploy secure remote access, as well as a basic customer/partner extranet or secure intranet. The Advanced products have additional sophisticated features that meet the needs of more complex deployments with diverse audiences and use cases. NetScreen-SA 1000 Series products can be deployed in cost-effective Cluster Pairs, providing the redundancy, high availability, and seamless failover that organisations demand. The product is distributed in Australia by Tech Pacific and ChannelWorx. RRP: Prices range from $10,516 for the Baseline feature set and from $15,026 for the Advanced.


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