Corporate Security Overview: 04-11 June 2002
by Berislav Kucan
10 June 2002 - Citadel Security Software Inc. announced the launching of their Authorized Technology Partner and Channel Partner Programs. These comprehensive programs allow qualified system integrators, resellers and technology developers the opportunity to offer Citadel's security products and/or integrate their technology with Citadel applications.

Steven B. Solomon, Chief Executive Officer of Citadel Security Software said: "We've had tremendous interest from a wide range of organizations and individuals who would like to either integrate their products with Hercules or even re-license it to their end-user customers."

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10 June 2002 - SecurityFocus introduced a new brand name for its family of security threat management solutions: DeepSight. Best representing the spirit and capabilities of the SecurityFocus offering as the first and only early warning, comprehensive incident and threat management system available, the DeepSight brand name takes affect immediately.

Arthur Wong, CEO and co-founder of SecurityFocus said: "In the past year, our company has truly matured. We have grown into an established company with more than 60 enterprise customers. Our new name more accurately reflects the breadth and depth of value that our technology provides to our customers and partners."

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10 June 2002 - Qualys, Inc. announced at the 2002 Qualys Security Conference the inauguration of its Technical Advisory Board, to provide Qualys' engineering team with regular counsel from eminent network security professionals.

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10 June 2002 - The Data Security Company Norman ASA, announced that Norman Virus Control (NVC) has received yet another Virus Bulletin 100% Award, its seventeenth since 1998, making its anti-virus products among the highest performing in the market. The June 2002 VB 100% award has been given to NVC for its performance in a Windows XP Professional comparative review.

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11 June 2002 - Aladdin Knowledge Systems announced that the Crowley Independent School District in Texas is using Aladdin's eSafe for a strong anti-virus defense and reliable protection against pornography, hate sites, gambling and inappropriate and non-productive content.

Mr. Chad Ingram, Wan Administrator of Crowley Independent School District, said he chose eSafe Gateway and eSafe Mail to scan email and Internet traffic, block Web sites and protect more than 10,000 students and staff from various forms of content not suitable for an educational setting.

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Critical bug found in Cisco ASA products, attackers are scanning for affected devices

Several Cisco ASA products - appliances, firewalls, switches, routers, and security modules - have been found sporting a flaw that can ultimately lead to remote code execution by attackers.

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