Press release: http://www.net-security.org/press.php?id=783
17 May 2002 - Trend Micro, Inc. announced that its ServerProtect antivirus solution has successfully completed interoperability testing with IBM's TotalStorage Network Attached Storage (NAS) 200, 300, and 300G series servers using the testing principles of the recently announced IBM TotalStorage Proven program.
Kathleen Smith, VP, Storage Solutions for IBM's Storage Systems Group said: "With the increased visibility of ServerProtect antivirus solutions to the IBM Business Partner and sales representative community, Trend Micro can have greater visibility with customers and look towards smoother, reliable implementations. This can lead to reduced sales cycles and ultimately increased customer satisfaction.
Press release: http://www.net-security.org/press.php?id=784
20 May 2002 - TruSecure Corporation announced that e-Travel, the leading global provider of online travel technology, has selected TruSecure Perimeter service to secure its critical information assets from external threats. Additionally, e-Travel has completed the necessary requirements to achieve TruSecure Certification.
Geoffrey Teekema, CIO, e-Travel said: "Customer success is our most important goal. Delivering consistently high levels of reliability, scalability and performance help us maintain the high standards that our customers expect. The TruSecure Perimeter Certification substantiates the integrity of our infrastructure and provides our customers with unquestioned confidence in our technology."
Press release: http://www.net-security.org/press.php?id=787
20 May 2002 - Secos announced that the Korean Organizing Committee for the 2002 FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) World Cup has selected SecoShield 3.0 as the intrusion detection and response system (IDS) for the upcoming international soccer tournament. SecoShield was the very first NIDS to become OPSEC certified, having passed Check Point’s most rigorous testing and usability standards.
David Cho, CTO of Secos said: "The FIFA World Cup Web site will be one of the key areas in which soccer fans worldwide will go to get statistics and up-to-the-minute results. SecoShield will help FIFA’s security administrators protect against the hackers and intruders who will attempt to bring down the site and freeze the flow of information from Korea and Japan to information hungry soccer fans across the globe."
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