Central Protection

May 2003
Management Services;May2003, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p34
Academic Journal
Internet Security Systems Inc.'s (ISS) RealSecure SiteProtector is the first system to centrally manage protection across networks, servers and desktops to boost the ability to detect, prevent and respond to an ever-changing spectrum of threats. RealSecure SiteProtector utilizes ISS's Dynamic Threat Protection platform, an approach to security that maximizes protection while reducing total cost of ownership. In addition, there is a comprehensive incident analysis and reporting function that plays a role in anticipating security exposures before they become business liabilities.


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