TECH DIGITAL RESOURCE LIBRARY

Secure Computing


Latest Content From Secure Computing

Whitepaper: Comprehensive Content Protection With Sidewinder G2 Security Appliance

by Secure ComputingJan 01, 2008

Viruses, Trojans, and worms have thoroughly infiltrated the computing world. There are now over 94,000 threats ""in the wild"" today, with attackers creating more than 200 new ones every month. The Secure Computing Sidewinder G2 Security Appliance, through its comprehensive Application Defenses, offers optional best-of-breed anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-spam, anti-fraud, and Web content filtering solutions all under the same umbrella. Secure Computing is taking a leadership position in Unified Threat Management (UTM) Some content protection features discussed in this paper are optional and can be purchased separately.


Whitepaper: Protecting HTTP Traffic: Why Web Filtering Should Be Your First Line of Defense

by Secure ComputingJan 01, 2008

Web filtering is a critical component in a layered approach to security, which is the best approach for dealing with the increasing sophistication of today’s security threats. Secure Computing’s solutions provide sophisticated technology that’s equipped to handle these threats, and allows one to fully enjoy the benefits of information exchange and the internet, without having to worry about malicious content, spam, information theft, or problems associated with unregulated Web surfing.


Whitepaper: Spyware: An Annoying and Dangerous Problem You Can Eradicate

by Secure ComputingJan 01, 2008

Spyware is the fourth-greatest threat to a company’s enterprise network security, and 67 percent of all computers have some form of Spyware on it. Secure Computing provides an integrated approach for managing Spyware and security threats across the board. Two product lines, Sidewinder G2 Security Appliance and SmartFilter Web filtering, together provide a robust solution for helping to detect and eradicate Spyware from organization.


Whitepaper: Web 2.0: Evolving Threats, and Defenses

by Secure ComputingJul 22, 2008

In the past, Web security simply referred to URL filtering. With today's explosive Internet growth and interactive Web technology, the concern is much broader, and the repercussions more frightening. Traditional approaches have failed, particularly when faced with malware or sensitive data leaks. Learn about the shifts in current threats, key technologies and best practices for complete Web security.