Security Alliance Charts OpenSEA

Tuesday, 15 May 2007, 8:49 AM EST

Six security and networking companies on Monday introduced the OpenSEA Alliance, an organization that promotes the use of an open-source standard for secure wireless connections. The companies are hoping to bring some of the open-source attraction and innovation to the security sector that Firefox brought to the browser business.

The alliance, which includes Symantec, Trapeze Networks, Identity Engines, TippingPoint, Infoblox, and Extreme Networks, is hoping to establish a single open-source client security standard.

At Red Herring.

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