Initiatives to fight e-crime

Friday, 2 May 2003, 3:13 AM EST

A number of products and initiatives to tackle online crime were unveiled at the Infosecurity show this week. They are likely to be welcomed by firms in light of recent research that suggests computer crime cost UK businesses more than £145m last year.

Visitors were presented with a range of new products designed to ease the IT manager's workload. Security provider Secoda launched its RuleSafe policy awareness software. The product is designed to make policy management easier across the enterprise by delivering policy information relating to situations and employees.

RuleSafe for information security policies is available now, with pricing based on organisation size. Secoda plans to launch additional modules later this year to help compliance with data protection rules and software licensing agreements.

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