Security group sets baseline standard for firewalls

Wednesday, 10 November 2004, 12:07 AM EST

Four security software rivals are have teamed up to set a baseline standard for application security firewalls, challenging others in the industry to join them.

At the Computer Security Instituteís Annual Security Conference, F5 Networks, Imperva, NetContinuum and Teros announced the Application Security Consortium, saying the group wanted to establish minimum standards for application security software through independent testing.

By Bob Francis at NWF.

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