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Ingrian Networks ships its Access Control Service Engine.

Worldwide Computer Products News-16 April 2003-Ingrian Networks ships its Access Control Service Engine(C)1995-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD

Ingrian Networks, an e-transaction privacy provider, has launched its Access Control Service Engine for protecting electronic transactions.

The new offering enables companies to enhance their authentication and access control operations so that their web transactions and applications are secured. The Access Control Server Engine takes the authentication, authorisation and auditing tasks that are normally handled by a web server and places it onto a Secure Transaction Platform from Ingrian.

Other tasks handled by the solution include connectivity, application inspection, secure storage, key management and audit trails.

Pricing for the Access Control Service Engine begins at USD9,995.

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Publication:Worldwide Computer Products News
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Date:Apr 16, 2003
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