Security

Activeworx releases Security Center security manager
Activeworx’s Security Center (ASC) is a security information manager and security analyzer that is used to diagnose and solve information security needs. ASC works in both a centralized and distributed framework to perform event management, event correlation, reporting and detailed forensic analysis.

Using ASC, users can view security events, create reports, perform event correlation and view the overall security status of their security infrastructure. ASC offers an interface that provides powerful features to security analysts. These features provide security event management and also detailed forensic analysis. The interface allows drill down functionality throughout the different displays to traverse large amounts of data focusing on specific details.

ASC Report Center allows the user to quickly generate reports for investigative or compliance purposes. These reports detail the overall security posture, give historical reporting and report on any incidents of interest. ASC comes bundled with compliance reports for GLBA, Sarbanes-Oxley, PCI and HIPAA.

ASC also allows users to add unlimited number of event databases to its view. This gives users the ability to have centralized databases and distributed databases throughout their environment. Once a database is added, users can correlate events from other databases throughout the security infrastructure.

ASC also includes powerful collectors to process events from virtually any device using Syslog, SNMP, OPSEC, RDEP, SQL, XML, FTP, SFTP and WMI. These protocols allow ASC to collect events from over 60 different security devices on a network. They also allow users to quickly create their own custom rules.

System requirements for ASC includes a Pentium 4 CPU or later, at least 512MB and at least 250MB of storage. The system runs under Microsoft Windows 2000/2003/XP and also requires .Net Framework version 2.0 and above. For database usage, users will need at least 500MB and need to have installed MySQL 4.x, 5.x, Microsoft SQL 2000, 2005 database servers.

IObit.Com releases Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal
IObit.Com announced the release of a version of Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal. The product is a multi-purpose Windows care tool, which is intended for solving a number of computer problems including removing spyware and adware, preventing security threats, privacy protection, fixing Windows registry errors, temporary files cleanup, startup cleanup, repairing Windows, minimizing Windows bottlenecks and other common issues.

This release features a number of improvements including an updated database, an online search function which is a part of Startup Manager and Help is now linked to the support page. The program features a RestoreCenter which is ready to undo changes. Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal contains the Auto-Update option, which helps keep the program as up-to-date as possible.

Advanced WindowsCare v2 Personal runs under Windows 2000 and XP. The program is available as a free download.

Data Management

Hummingbird offers Microsoft SharePoint solution with Enterprise eDOCS for SharePoint
Hummingbird Ltd. announced the general availability of Hummingbird Enterprise eDOCS for Microsoft SharePoint, which provides access to and interaction with content managed by Hummingbird Enterprise through Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003. eDOCS for Microsoft SharePoint will also integrate with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 when it is launched.

eDOCS for Microsoft SharePoint enables organizations to leverage their investment in Hummingbird Enterprise, by providing workers using SharePoint Technologies with access to Hummingbird’s document and records management capabilities in support of regulatory compliance.

The product provides a central point of access to documents, folders and workspaces and offering Hummingbird’s full-text search capabilities through SharePoint products and technologies. It offers customizable document/folder views based on secure metadata and login access rights.

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