HP advances its security agenda

Tuesday, 15 April 2003, 12:38 AM EST

Hewlett-Packard started off the week with a security agenda.

Indicating a strong bent toward ramping up security offerings for adaptable corporate computing environments, the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company unveiled a cluster of new security products and services at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Calif.

First up to bat, HP introduced two new security installation tools, the HP-UX Bastille v2.0 for the HP-UX 11i operating system and the new Install-Time Security tool.

Both products are intended to streamline the technical and administrative aspect of locking down UNIX host servers.

The Install-Time Security tool allows customers to choose the degree of lockdown security during installation from pre-set security settings, which are then configured by HP-UX Bastille v2.0.

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