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ISS Ships RealSecure for W2K

Internet Security Systems Inc. announced that its intrusion detection solution, RealSecure, now supports Windows 2000.

The ISS RealSecure family includes RealSecure Server Sensor, Network Sensor, and RealSecure maangers, the consoles which manage all RealSecure products across the enterprise.

RealSecure is a component of the ISS SAFEsuite security management platform. RealSecure is a powerful, automated, real time intrusion protection system for networks and hosts. It provides continuous network and host surveillance that automatically intercepts and responds to security breaches and network abuse before systems are compromised.

RealSecure offers diversified sensors and management consoles. Network Server runs on a dedicated system that monitors network traffic for attack signatures. Server Sensor provides real time intrusion monitoring, detection, and prevention of malicious activity by analyzing kernel-level events, host logs, and network activity on critical servers.

Contact ISS, (888) 901-7477, www.iss.net.

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

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