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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- WhiteHat Security, the leading provider of website risk management solutions, today announced a first-of-its-kind integration with Snort, the leader in open source intrusion prevention systems (IPS).
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BOXBOROUGH, Mass., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Crossbeam Systems, Inc. today announced the results of a performance evaluation of the Sourcefire 3D(R) Sensor software running on its flagship X-Series Next Generation Security Platform.
BOCA RATON, Fla., March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- SECNAP(R) Network Security Corporation today announced it was named a Hot Company of 2009 at the Technosium Executive Alliance Summit in San Francisco on March 26.
Company Certifies Award-Winning Adaptive IPS for Large, Multi-Vendor Network Security Environments BOXBOROUGH, Mass., Dec.
BETH HALEVY, Israel, December 2 /PRNewswire/ -- - Full Internet Security Protection now Available as Apple(R) Recommends the use of Anti-Virus Tools Yoggie Security Systems(TM) today announced that the world's first miniature hardware internet security devices for MacBooks and Mac desktop computers, are available for purchase from Yoggie Security System's eStore: http://www.yoggie.com/e-store, and at online retailers worldwide. On November 21st 2008, Apple's(R) support site...
BETH HALEVY, Israel, October 13 /PRNewswire/ -- - New Concept in Internet Security for Mac Users Yoggie Security Systems(TM) today launched the world's first miniature hardware internet security devices for MacBooks and Mac desktop computers.
Sensory Networks, the leader in pattern matching and acceleration software technology, today announced their HyperScan(TM) and FastChannel(TM) software hit 10Gbps IPS throughput, for both UDP and HTTP traffic.
Barracuda Networks Inc., the worldwide leader in email and Web security appliances, today announced that it has increased it's offer to acquire Open source innovator and SNORT(R) creator, Sourcefire Inc. (Nasdaq:FIRE), to $8.25 per share in cash.
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