Juniper adds security software support

Tuesday, 31 August 2004, 9:35 AM EST

Juniper Networks is making a big push into SSL security. The company on Monday updated its NetScreen Secure Access SSL VPNsecurity appliance that further integrates it with end-point security software packages. Juniper also announced a new initiative with several companies to provide better security across a network.

The new NetScreen update works closely with several end-point security software packages to help network administrators manage security across the network, according to Juniper officials. Juniper calls its initiative with end-point security companies the Juniper Endpoint Defense Initiative (JEDI). It focuses on client-based security packages, but also includes endpoint services launched from a centralized server.

By Bob Francis at Info World.

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