IT Security & Network Security News & Reviews: Enterprise Security in the Year 2008

 
 
By Brian Prince  |  Posted 2008-12-29
 
 
 

Enterprise Security in the Year 2008

by Brian Prince

Enterprise Security in the Year 2008

McAfee Total Protection for Data

The Total Protection for Data brings together encryption, data monitoring and data-loss prevention technologies for enterprises.

McAfee Total Protection for Data

Sophos Endpoint Security and Control 8.0

In this release, Sophos incorporated network access control technology into its endpoint security product.

Sophos Endpoint Security and Control 8.0

Trend Micro E-mail Encryption Products

Leveraging technology acquired from Identum, Trend Micro E-mail Encryption uses identity-based encryption in conjunction with in-the-cloud encryption key management to avoid the legacy burdens of pre-registration, key management and the administration that plagued PKI technology.

Trend Micro E-mail Encryption Products

RSA DLP Suite

EMC's RSA security division is just one of the many players in the data-loss prevention space that released a product in 2008. In a recent announcement, RSA revealed plans to tightly integrate its DLP product with Microsoft Active Directory Rights Management Services in Windows Server 2008.

RSA DLP Suite

Symantec Endpoint Protection

Symantec upgraded its SEP 11.0 product this year to improve performance. The product combines anti-virus with a number of features, including anti-spyware, intrusion prevention, and application and device control.

Symantec Endpoint Protection

PGP Whole Disk Encryption for Mac OS X

As Apple's footprint in the enterprise market expanded, PGP upgraded its product line to support whole disk encryption for Mac computers.

PGP Whole Disk Encryption for Mac OS X

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