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SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 11, 2002
New Offering Secures Enterprise Networks with Stronger Security
Zone Labs(R) Inc., a leading creator of endpoint security solutions, today announced the immediate availability of an important enhancement to the company's line of enterprise endpoint security solutions. Zone Labs Integrity(TM) 1.5, the newest release of the company's centrally-managed endpoint security management platform, can now enforce anti-virus protection on endpoint PCs, offering even more robust protection against both known and unknown threats. As a result, Integrity provides the best possible protection from custom-coded hacker A person who writes programs in assembly language or in system-level languages, such as C. The term often refers to any programmer, but its true meaning is someone with a strong technical background who is "hacking away" at the bits and bytes. attacks for desktop, remote and mobile users.
"Maintaining a secure corporate network is not only a matter of keeping intruders out, but also includes monitoring applications that attempt to send information outside the company while ensuring that employees are running the most recent firewall and anti-virus product on their networked PCs," said John Cronican, director corporate security, Peregrine Systems This article about a company does not make it clear whether the subject meets the Wikipedia criteria for . . "The decision to implement Zone Labs Integrity was in large part due to its ability to update security policy seamlessly as well as its ability to deny network access to users who are not running up-to-date protection on their computers."
With Integrity 1.5, Zone Labs has expanded its unique Cooperative Enforcement(SM) technology and integration with the Cisco VPN (Virtual Private Network) A private network that is configured within a public network (a carrier's network or the Internet) in order to take advantage of the economies of scale and management facilities of large networks. 3000 Concentrator Series to make remote access to corporate networks even more secure. With the expanded Cooperative Enforcement capabilities of Integrity 1.5, the administrator has the option to require that endpoint PCs are protected by Integrity's trusted firewall and application control defenses as well as by an updated anti-virus product in order to connect to, and remain connected to, the corporate network. If not, Integrity 1.5 does not allow the network connection until the correct anti-virus product is installed or updated. Integrity 1.5 detects whether up-to-date McAfee, Symantec or Trend Micro anti-virus products are running, prior to permitting a network connection. This additional capability ensures that uniform corporate security standards are enforced as a prerequisite pre·req·ui·site
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n. for connecting to the corporate network by any endpoint PC. Integrity 1.5 enables companies to manage both endpoint firewall and anti-virus policies from a single administration console.
Companies employing other VPN solutions benefit from knowing that their endpoint security policies are observed and enforced. In those cases, Integrity 1.5 will notify both a user and the company's IT department if the user is connecting to the network without an up-to-date anti-virus product so that out-of-compliance users can update their anti-virus software anti-virus software n → Antivirensoftware f and/or virus definitions appropriately.
"A single user can subvert the most thorough corporate security through the simple act of connecting to the corporate network with an unprotected computer," said Frederick Felman, vice president, marketing, Zone Labs. "It is critical to secure all points of entry into a company's network, whether they are the PCs inside the corporate firewall or the remote employees accessing the network via laptops, from the threat of custom-coded hacker attacks and other malicious Involving malice; characterized by wicked or mischievous motives or intentions.
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DESERTION, MALICIOUS. intrusions. The Cooperative Enforcement technology in Integrity checks that the most current firewall and anti-virus solutions are on the connecting PC, and running properly, thus ensuring only secure PCs access the enterprise network."
Integrity provides proven, trusted protection against a wide variety of security threats and is uniquely able to protect an enterprise from the risks associated with targeted attacks and data theft. Integrity is a centrally administrated client/server network (1) A communications network that uses dedicated servers. In this context, the term is used to contrast it with a peer-to-peer network, which allows any client to also be a server.
(2) A network that is processing applications designed for client/server architecture. security solution, which includes multi-layered defenses such as distributed firewall, application-level network access control, and Cooperative Enforcement with other network security products. Integrity can be deployed quickly and easily to ensure enterprise-wide security policy enforcement, thus delivering the best balance of centrally managed network protection and employee productivity immediately.
Pricing and Availability
Zone Labs Integrity 1.5 is available for immediate purchase from Zone Labs and from Zone Labs Authorized au·thor·ize
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2. To give permission for; sanction: Resellers. Pricing for Zone Labs Integrity 1.5 varies depending upon volume purchased and configuration, with pricing beginning at $5,000 for a server license and 50 end user licenses.
The Integrity server supports Windows(R) 2000 and Advanced 2000 systems while the Integrity client runs on Windows 98, 2000, Me, NT and XP machines.
In addition, Integrity 1.5 now supports Funk Software's Steel Belted Radius radius, in anatomy: see arm.
(Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) The de facto standard protocol for authentication servers (AAA servers). Server and RSA's ACE Radius Server with SecureID.
About Zone Labs, Inc.
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