September 10, 2001

PGP bolsters security package

Author: JT Smith

Reported at Network World Fusion: "PGP Security will unveil this week
at NetWorld+Interop 2001 in Atlanta an
easier-to-use version of its CyberCop network
vulnerability-assessment tool that will help
customers more quickly find and fix security
weaknesses in PCs, servers, switches and
firewalls.

Called Distributed CyberCop Scanner 2.0, the
tool consists of PC-based software agents and
the ePolicy Orchestrator console. The console
downloads the agents to devices attached to
corporate LANs and, in turn, those agents
report back to the console about the security
status of Windows NT or Unix-based servers
and desktops on the LAN."

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