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Review: CyberGuard WW 1000

Review: CyberGuard WW 1000

This appliance is designed to monitor, scan and block internet-based threats. Its anti-spyware functions come from a range of different protection options, accessed through the appliance’s web front-end. For larger installations, you can also use the Global Command Center for centralized management.
Jan 1 2006 12:00AM
Secure Computing buys Cyberguard

Secure Computing buys Cyberguard

Secure Computing agreed to pay US$295 million for rival Cyberguard but the implications for the companies’ Australian operations and channel would not be known until the deal closes in November.
Aug 23 2005 4:17PM
Secure Computing buys CyberGuard

Secure Computing buys CyberGuard

Secure Computing has reached an agreement to buy rival CyberGuard for nearly $300 million. The move is the latest in a trend of consolidation in the IT security market.
Aug 18 2005 3:24PM
CyberGuard calls off bid for Secure Computing

CyberGuard calls off bid for Secure Computing

CyberGuard announced Monday that it is no longer pursuing its offer to acquire Secure Computing.
Aug 10 2004 9:20PM
Secure Computing snubs CyberGuard

Secure Computing snubs CyberGuard

Secure Computing Corporation has rejected CyberGuard’s $297 million bid to buy the company.
Jul 15 2004 5:08PM
CyberGuard bids for Secure Computing

CyberGuard bids for Secure Computing

Security giant CyberGuard is set to spend an estimated $297 million on acquiring U.S. based firm Secure Computing Corporation.
Jul 12 2004 2:00PM
CyberGuard buys Webwasher for $40 million

CyberGuard buys Webwasher for $40 million

Security firm CyberGuard has paid $40 million to acquire German content security vendor Webwasher AG.
May 6 2004 9:26AM
CyberGuard on global conference tour

CyberGuard on global conference tour

Security firm CyberGuard is to present a global security seminar throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Apr 7 2004 3:36PM
CyberGuard launches Total Stream Protection

CyberGuard launches Total Stream Protection

Network security firm CyberGuard is to sell a firewall that incorporates authentication and encryption technologies.
Mar 1 2004 1:00PM
Review: CyberGuard SL3200

Review: CyberGuard SL3200

As firewalls go, the CyberGuard SL3200 is a monster: a huge, noisy beast with performance that matches its rugged looks. The name denotes its capacity - 3.2 gigabits of total throughput, shared among a maximum of 26 Ethernet ports. Even more notably, it is able to multiplex several interfaces into a small number of very high-capacity pipes, all secured at wire speed.
Designed for high-demand environments, the box has all the HA features you'd expect - hot-swappable fans and power supplies, as well as RAID 5 storage, with an internal layout designed for maximum airflow and heat dissipation. Fail-over between two boxes is available if you have an extended license.

Nov 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: CyberGuard SL2000

Review: CyberGuard SL2000

CyberGuard has a long and impressive track record in the firewall market, providing solutions from the desktop to those suitable for the high end, such as data centers. The SL2000 is positioned at the high end and, while certainly not the cheapest firewall in this Group Test, is worth every penny.

May 1 2003 12:00AM
Review: CyberGuard KS1500 Premium Firewall/VPN Appliance

Review: CyberGuard KS1500 Premium Firewall/VPN Appliance

CyberGuard offers a range of firewall/VPN appliances with specifications ranging from three Ethernet interfaces and 125Mbits/ sec throughput to 21 Ethernet interfaces and 2Gbits/sec throughput. All have an integrated VPN, run the same firewall software, and have the same configuration GUI. We tested model KS1500, which can have up to 18 Ethernet interfaces, of which two are gigabit-over-copper as standard.
Performance is the strength of the KS1500, which is designed to cope with 1.5 Gbits/sec throughput and up to 1.2 million simultaneous connections. The firewall boasts a host of certification standards including Common Criteria Eval­ uation Assurance Level 4+ (EAL4+), ICSA, ITSEC E3, Checkmark, etc. The secure operating system was designed to meet TCSEC/NCSC criteria at the 'Orange-book' B2 level.

Feb 1 2003 12:00AM

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