Intoto brings out security software

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Tuesday, 26 April 2005, 07:00 Hrs
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HYDERABAD: Intoto, a provider of network centric secure gateway software for networking and communications Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), has announced the availability of multi-service security software platforms for Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) gateway application with a market size of $16 billion by 2008.

The new iGateway software integrates Secure Socket Layer-VPN, anti-virus (AV) and anti-spam (AS) functionality, to enhance its existing firewall, intrusion prevention and Web filtering solutions for improved secure access, threat management and productivity assurance.

The new multi-service security software platforms allow OEMs to deliver integrated security appliances and converged business gateways, two of the most rapidly growing networking product segments.

Integrated security appliances offer an assortment of security capabilities in a single box including firewall and VPN, intrusion detection and prevention, and anti-virus. Some products may also include content filtering, anti-spam, and anti-spyware.

The software meets the security requirements for applications such as unified threat management appliances, security appliances, security routers, secure WLAN AP and switches, and VoIP IADs. iGateway

SSL-VPN allows users to securely access key corporate resources at remote locations through any standard Web browser. Additionally, integrated anti-virus and anti-spam features in the iGateway family provide a high level of data protection from malicious attacks and inappropriate or unwanted content, the company claimed in a release here today.

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