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NetIQ Ships Security Management Solution

NetIQ Corp. announced the availability of Security Manager, a comprehensive security solution for the enterprise. The product’s Active Threat Management capability combines intrusion detection and vulnerability assessment to address both needs in a single solution.

Security Manager lets organizations create threat perimeters intended to provide an early-warning system for corporate and e-business security organizations. It features the ability to take automated action in response to security violations or anticipated threats. Additionally, the product can detect new servers as they are added and automate setup of security settings. It features “SecureBase,” which provides comprehensive best practices in terms of scripts, rules, and English language descriptions for many security issues; and provides automated downloads of security updates.

Contact NetIQ, (888) 323-6768, www.netiq.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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