This is a discussion on SN#12273 Sun's New Security Solutions, Technologies Fight Cyber Threats - SUN ; SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS Vol 72 Issue 2 2004-02-09 Article 12273 from section "News" New Services, SNAP and Advanced Board Features At Sun's product launch, CEO Scott McNealy addressed the concern many customers have about security of computer systems ...
SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 72 Issue 2 2004-02-09 Article 12273 from section "News"
New Services, SNAP and Advanced Board Features
At Sun's product launch, CEO Scott McNealy addressed the concern many
customers have about security of computer systems by highlighting how
Sun products such as Java[TM] technology, the Solaris[TM] Operating
System (Solaris OS) and Java Card[TM] technology help prevent security
New security solutions and technologies announced:
Sun[SM] Managed Security Services
Sun Managed Security Services (SMSS) has been expanded to enable Sun and
VeriSign to deliver comprehensive, integrated network security
Reference Solution for Secure Network Access Platform (SNAP)
To build secure global government computing networks, evaluate the new
reference architecture based on best practices from Sun customers such
as the U.S. Department of Defense Joint Intelligence Center Pacific
(JICPAC), which provided the business and technical requirements
necessary to create the solution for role-based network access and
Advanced Features for the Sun[TM] Crypto Accelerator 4000 Board
The board has been upgraded so it can be configured for more security
bandwidth or for more system resources. For technical details on the Sun
Crypto Accelerator 4000 board, see article .
Solaris 10 OS
Solaris 10 OS will have new security features such as Process Rights
Management, Solaris Cryptographic Framework, Minimized Install and IP
Filter (for details, see article ).
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