Security Vendors Push Intrusion-Detection, Professional Services

Established vendors and startups last week announced products and services for network intrusion-detection and outsourced security management.

Hewlett-Packard, Axent Technologies and startup Sanctum debuted intrusion-detection software for corporate networks, while Raytheon Company announced BladeRunner, server-based software for monitoring internal corporate network traffic in order to prevent unauthorized transmission of sensitive material.

“It identifies traffic-flow patterns to identity anomalies,” says Jeff Waxman, president of Raytheon’s newly formed information assurance product area based in Linthicum, Md. “If the R&D department suddenly starts sending information out to the wide-area Internet, you’ll know that.”

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About John Bertoli

I enjoy to read and write. I am an aspiring author and am interested in marketing, SEO strategies, finance, trading, and entrepreneurship. I started working at Bat Blue Corporation part-time during my senior year at Stevens Institute of Technology and continued after graduation, realizing how experienced and dedicated the Bat Blue technologists were. I serve as the Marketing Associate, in charge of writing press releases and case studies, as well as developing content for our website http://www.batblue.com. I organize exhibition events throughout the year, providing market exposure for the company and produce a daily network security newsletter sent to over 5,000 subscribers, known as The Daily Security Briefing. By utilizing Bat Blue's past achievements and current accomplishments, I strive to leverage these successes to create brand recognition and develop future opportunities for the company.
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