Palo Alto, CA--May 27, 1997--Hewlett-Packard Co. (Palo Alto, CA) introduced HP Praesidium/Security Service 1.5 interoperability with CyberSafe Challenger and VERITAS (formerly OpenVision) AXXiON Authenticate 2.0 Kerberos PC and Unix system clients.
Security Service 1.5 is an intranet security application targeted for financial institutions, telecommunications companies, and manufacturing organizations that must protect personal or confidential information moving across extended enterprise networks.
Integral to HP Praesidium/Security Service 1.5 is its standards-based interoperability with CyberSafe's and VERITAS' security clients, enabling customers to install and configure their user-authentication systems easily and without having to make any modifications to their existing Kerberos security infrastructure. This technology helps enterprises implement positive user identification, access limitations, and protection from network tampering.
Security Service 1.5 is a component of HP's Praesidium Enterprise Security Framework, which provides an extremely secure environment in which to run Internet applications and a secure gateway to corporate data and enterprise applications within the intranet.
Security Service 1.5 also supports HP's Praesidium/Authorization server, which allows companies to write business rules for user-access control, including limits on dollar transactions allowed, time and day of access, and specific account access. To provide end-to-end enterprise security, customers now can use Security Service 1.5 and HP Secure Internet Services to secure such commonly non-secure Internet services and utilities as telnet, File Transfer Protocol (ftp), and remote-access programs.
Security Service 1.5 is very scalable, enabling enterprises to deliver end-to-end security for their users. Security Service 1.5 also provides high availability with advanced replication so that security services remain continuously available. Other enterprise management and monitoring tools from HP for Security Service 1.5 include Distributed Enterprise/Service Monitor, HP Account Manager, and HP OpenView/IT Operations.
Leveraging HP's consulting services and partnerships with world-class vendors and resellers, customers can use Security Service 1.5, which is priced from $3,100 to $15,500 per server, to build robust and scalable enterprise solutions.
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