US Army buys virus blocker

Wednesday, 9 April 2003, 11:27 PM EST

The Army CTO is responsible for building, enhancing and maintaining AKO as the service's enterprise portal for universal, secure access. It is also responsible for management and oversight of several key initiatives from the Army chief information officer.

The Army CTO is using Trend Micro's InterScan VirusWall for real-time Internet gateway protection against viruses and malicious code in Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, Hypertext Transfer Protocol and FTP traffic. The company's eManager adds spam blocking, content filtering, attachment blocking and e-mail scheduling to optimize bandwidth, and its ServerProtect for EMC Corp.'s Celerra provides centralized virus scanning, pattern updates and event reporting for data storage using Celerra file servers, said David Perry, Trend Micro's global director of education.

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