EnGarde Secure Linux: Launch Adds New Open Source Security

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Jul 10, 2007 4:05 AM EDT
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Today Guardian Digital announces the launch of the next generation of EnGarde Secure Linux, the first secure pure open source platform for managing the threats of the Internet in enterprise-class environments.

This secure platform, the bleeding-edge version of Guardian Digital’s commercial portfolio, has been a staple for security enthusiasts, administrators and organizations for almost a decade.

Engineered explicitly for protection from corporate threats while providing the ability to build a complete Internet presence, EnGarde utilizes robust SELinux policies, intrusion detection, enterprise Web & email content filtering, and has become an integral component of some of the world's largest organizations, including AT&T, Government of India, and Chicago Stock Exchange since 2001.

Visit the EnGarde Secure Linux Community at EnGarde Secure Linux

An introduction to Guardian Digital’s complete commercial portfolio of applications, EnGarde Secure Community:

• Includes best-of-breed pure open source
• Integrated Intrusion and Spyware Detection
• Graphical Auditing and reporting
• Allows you to build Web, DNS, FTP, and email sites
• Complete simplified browser-based management
• Guardian Digital Secure Network for automated updates

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