Recent vulnerabilities sharpen focus on security

Wednesday, 5 November 2003, 11:22 AM EST

A growing plague of worms, viruses and various computing vulnerabilities has forced security issues to center stage for enterprise IT managers. At a pair of conferences this week, security vendors are taking advantage of the renewed focus to unveil new products and product updates.

At the annual Computer Security Institute (CSI) Conference and Exposition, which opened Monday in Washington, D.C., and runs through Wednesday, Computer Associates unveiled its eTrust Identity and Access Management Suite, a collection of six of CA's security modules including eTrust Admin, eTrust Audit, and eTrust Single Sign-on.

The first component, eTrust Admin, will ship later this month, said Computer Associates, at a price of $12 per user per year, with a management server license price of $2,800. The new version of eTrust Admin will feature a revamped user interface and tools for provisioning hardware and applications, and allow users to manage their own identity and access accounts to free up IT for more important chores.

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