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Review: GTB Technologies Inspector
The GTB Inspector is an appliance which, while heavy, provides numerous features.
Dec 16 2008 3:49PM
Review: Intelligent Wave CWAT
Like many products in this group review, the CWAT (Cybercrime, Warning, Alert, Termination) product takes a modular approach to data leakage prevention.
Dec 15 2008 3:22PM
Review: NextLabs Enterprise DLP
NextLabs DLP is an interesting software-based offering.
Dec 11 2008 11:16AM
Review: Symantec Vontu
The Symantec offering is the most complex product in this Group Test review
Dec 9 2008 3:27PM
Review: Trend Micro LeakProof
Trend Micro LeakProof is an all-in-one appliance that comes with everything preloaded. All the admin needs to do is configure the device.
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Review: CynapsPro Suite 2008
CynapsPro Suite 2008 is another tiered protection mechanism.
Oct 15 2008 3:32PM
Review: Safend Protector
Safend Protector is an offering that is less of a suite of products and more of a unified application.
Oct 14 2008 3:20PM
Review: eEye Digital Security Blink Professional
Blink is an endpoint security product that functions as a network protector.
Oct 10 2008 10:59AM
Review: GFi EndPointSecurity
EndPointSecurity installs a small footprint agent on the machine.
Oct 9 2008 3:46PM
Review: GuardianEdge Device Control
GuardianEdge Device Control is a component of the more robust GuardianEdge Data Protection Platform.
Oct 8 2008 3:39PM
Review: Lumension SAC and SDC
Lumension offers a pair of products, Sanctuary Application Control and Sanctuary Device Control, that work in tandem to provide protection of devices.
Oct 7 2008 3:02PM
Review: Novell ZENworks ESM
First, it is important to note that unlike previous versions of ZENworks, Novell ZENworks Endpoint Security Management (ESM) does not require anything else from Novell to operate.
Oct 3 2008 7:00AM
Review: SkyRecon StormShield
StormShield Security Suite offers integrated system and data protection in a single product.
Oct 1 2008 3:44PM
Review: Panda Security Security for Enterprise
Panda Security for Enterprise is another suite of products designed to protect the endpoint.
Sep 30 2008 2:28PM
Review: Sophos Endpoint Security and Control
The Sophos Endpoint Security and Control is a subset of the Sophos Network Access Control Advanced.
Sep 26 2008 11:35AM
Review: Trend Micro OfficeScan Client/Server Edition
OfficeScan Client/Server Edition is a well-rounded network security product for the network endpoints. It has several security features.
Sep 25 2008 3:47PM
Review: AppGate Security Server (AGSS) and Device Firewall (DFW)
AppGate Security Server (AGSS) and Device Firewall (DFW) is an offering of multiple utilities tied into one package.
Sep 24 2008 4:20PM
Review: Symantec Endpoint Protection
Symantec Endpoint Protection is a group of protection mechanisms bundled into one application, which includes the popular Symantec Anti-Virus and the Network Access Control client as well.
Sep 19 2008 7:42AM
The BigFix offerings are all driven from the Unified Management Platform or BigFix Enterprise Server (BES).
Sep 8 2008 3:35PM
Review: Paraben Device Seizure
Paraben has been the market leader in hand-held forensics because the software is easy to use and covers a wide range of devices, including PDAs, smart phones and cell phones.
Aug 7 2008 3:21PM
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