Security in the spotlight at Cebit

By | March 7, 2006

Security will be a major focus this week at the giant Cebit show in Hanover, Germany. This year, the annual IT trade show will hone in on the multiple layers of security threats facing enterprise networks. Now it´s not just data networks that are under attack; VoIP and even paper documents are at risk.

Eyeing the growing number of business users of handhelds, Secunet Security Networks, a Germany-based company with a roster of international enterprise customers, will show how a prototype of its Sina VPN software for PDAs and other mobile devices can secure VoIP traffic or remote connections to corporate servers.

In addition, the Sina Virtual Workstation 2.0, a version of the software for PCs, will go on sale at the show. Secunet will also show BioMiddle, a middleware platform that allows buyers to mix and match components from different vendors securely to build a biometric identification system.Read Full Story

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