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Review: SafeNet HASP SRM
This product may seem quite pricey, but we found that it does offer a lot of software protection and licensing functionality that is practical and easy to implement.
Aug 7 2009 4:25PM
Review: Adobe LiveCycle ES
Whilst this product can be expensive, we find it to be good value for money, based on its ability to control the entire document management process.
Jul 23 2009 4:39PM
Review: McAfee Vulnerability Manager
McAfee's Vulnerability Manager has a solid feature set which, after initial setup, is easy to use and highly configurable.
May 14 2009 5:51PM
Review: IBM Proventia Network MFS
This appliance offers a lot of features in an easy-to-use, inexpensive device.
Apr 23 2009 5:10PM
Review: Panda GateDefender Integra
While it does require the need for recurring subscription costs, this product has many excellent features and there is little learning curve overhead when it comes to managing.
Apr 23 2009 5:01PM
Review: Sophos WS1000
This appliance is packed with solid features and has very little administration or learning curve overhead.
Mar 30 2009 4:25PM
Review: Cyber-Ark Software Enterprise Password Vault
The Cyber-Ark Enterprise Password Vault, or EPV, is a high-end password management powerhouse.
Nov 26 2008 3:32PM
Review: Hitachi ID Systems ID-Archive
The Hitachi ID-Archive sets its focus on password randomisation.
Nov 25 2008 4:25PM
Review: Lieberman Software Enterprise Random PM
The Lieberman Software Enterprise Random Password Manager is a full-on password manager and randomiser for local and domain accounts throughout the enterprise.
Nov 19 2008 11:01AM
Review: Proginet Corporation SecurForce
Proginet SecurForce is a little bit of a horse of a different color for this month's Group Test.
Nov 19 2008 10:56AM
Review: Siber Systems RoboForm Enterprise
On the surface, RoboForm Enterprise starts out looking like a single sign-on product, but that is just on the surface.
Nov 17 2008 4:08PM
Review: Symark International PowerBroker
The Symark PowerBroker is a policy-driven, privileged access control application.
Nov 10 2008 4:29PM
Review: Symark International PowerKeeper
The Symark PowerKeeper is a hardened appliance. It comes with a sealed operating system that provides a secure privileged account access management process to replace the human approach to granting privileged access.
Nov 10 2008 4:18PM
Review: Thycotic Software Secret Server
The Thycotic Secret Server integrates into the exiting environment to manage and control access to critical privileged passwords using a central web-based repository.
Nov 10 2008 4:11PM
Review: Avoco Secure secure2Trust
Avoco secure2trust provides many great features for document rights management across the enterprise.
Nov 6 2008 2:46PM
Review: LockLizard Safeguard PDF Security
LockLizard Safeguard PDF Security provides document rights management for PDF files.
Oct 24 2008 11:57AM
Review: EMC Documentum IRM
EMC Documentum IRM (Information Rights Management) brings complete document control and the ever-changing needs of users into one product.
Oct 17 2008 1:02PM
Review: Bioscrypt V-Station
The V-Station is much like the V-Pass (left), but on steroids.
Sep 22 2008 4:56PM
Review: Valid Technologies VSSA
The Valid Secure System Authentication (VSSA) from Valid Technologies has some very unique and flexible features.
Sep 17 2008 7:32AM
Review: IdentiPHI SAFsolution 5
IdentiPHI's SAFsolution 5 Enterprise Edition builds a platform on which an enterprise can integrate biometrics into the already existing environment.
Sep 15 2008 9:26AM
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