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OKENA Pioneers Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention
Intrusion prevention has evolved as a smarter alternative to intrusion detection. Pioneer OKENA has mapped application behaviors into rules, and is using these

technologies of intrusion prevention  national security contractor. Relevant Technologies can be reached at http://www.relevanttechnologies.com . OKENA, INCORE and StormWatch are trademarks of OKENA, Inc. Other trademarks used in this document are the properties of their respective owners.

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The Need for Vulnerability Management


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technologies of intrusion prevention  detection/prevention, VPN and encryption. Technologies like these are essential components of network security, yet while they are effective in their own spheres of purpose, none perform the most fundamental of all security measures: vulnerability management. VM Controls the Removal of Vulnerabilities Vulnerability management has evolved from simply running a scanner on an application, computer or network. Scanning is an essential element of vulnerability management, but VM includes other technologies Read More

Vendor Review: SecureWave Protects Microsoft Operating System Platforms


The traditional approach to network intrusion management is to detect an intrusion, analyze it, and then works toward eradicating it. By buckling down your host security, securing the input/output devices, and intercepting Trojan executables, SecureWave can prevent intrusions from happening up front.

technologies of intrusion prevention  with UNIX systems. Relevant Technologies expects SecureWave to be around for the long-haul, and anticipates that they will continue to gain market share as more enterprises accept the fact that in spite of its inherent security flaws, they cannot live without Microsoft operating systems. User Recommendations IT decision makers who are interested in using the advanced features of Microsoft's enterprise operating systems, without compromising security, should consider installing all three SecureWave Read More

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OKENA Brews Up a StormSystem that Secures All Applications


OKENA's announcement of their product line StormSystem indicates that they intend to grow and expand their innovative intrusion prevention system with highly integrated new add-ons. Having seen unprecedented success in obtaining funding and customers in one of the worst economies ever, Relevant Technologies expects OKENA to be a leading contender in an intrusion management market that has yet to boast a distinct leader.

technologies of intrusion prevention  make this happen, Relevant Technologies expects to see vendors start marketing their applications with some sort of secured by OKENA seal of interoperability. User Recommendations The larger your enterprise network, the more it makes sense to use a product line like StormSystem because you have more assets that you need to safeguard. The greater the value of your assets, the higher your risk exposure is. The fact that StormTrack can identify unprotected applications makes the product line particularly Read More

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Busting Out of the Inbox: Five New Rules of 1to1® E-mail Marketing


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