Yoggie introduces Yoggie Gatekeeper.
Yoggie Security Systems announced on Monday (25 September) the launch of the Yoggie Gatekeeper security appliance.
According to the company, Yoggie Gatekeeper is a credit-card sized computer which combines multiple applications with proprietary technologies on a Linux operating system. The device includes a stateful inspection firewall with two separate network interface cards, a VPN client, application level antivirus, IDS and IPS systems, full application level and transparent proxies (HTTP, STP, SMTP, POP3), which send content to be inspected by the following security engines: antispyware, layer 8 security engine, multi-layer security agent, antiphising, antispam and optional URL filtering.
The Yoggie Gatekeeper's Adaptive Security policy dynamically manages and adjusts security levels in response to each new attack, eliminating the need for the end user or IT manager to modify security policies manually, the company claims.
The Yoggie Gatekeeper can be used by mobile and remote workers to protect their laptops. In addition, one Yoggie Gatekeeper can protect a network of up to five workstations or can serve as the overall Internet security solution for SMB organizations.
Yoggie Personal Security Gatekeeper will be available during November 2006. No pricing details were disclosed.
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|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
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|Date:||Sep 26, 2006|
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