Optenet Launches New Web 2.0 Content Security Solutions

Optenet has announced the immediate availability of Optenet NetSecure, Optenet MailSecure, Optenet WebSecure and Optenet WebFilter; offering dynamic proactive protection from the latest and most aggressive Web 2.0 threats. These flexible offerings of Web filtering, antivirus, antispam, antiphishing, antispyware, malware, peer-to-peer and instant messaging protection are designed to fit enterprises' budget and security requirements.

Traditional static approaches to content analysis can leave organisations vulnerable to the dynamic virus and malware threats associated with Web 2.0 technologies. To fully protect themselves, enterprises require the latest industry intelligence in a highly integrated and cost-effective offering to combat zero day vulnerabilities, blended threats and the next generation of attacks.

In conjunction with the launch of its updated security solutions for enterprises, Optenet is introducing its automated network for classifying and identifying Web and email content. Optenet's Global Intelligence Acquisition Network for Threats (Optenet GIANT) is a collective intelligence network that studies Internet traffic and pushes updates out to every Optenet installation. As a result, organisations can ensure that new threats are accurately blocked ultimately enabling organisations to respond quickly to potential attacks before they propagate.

Based on the same architecture that has established Optenet as a leader in providing content security solutions to service providers around the world, the company's new security solutions empower enterprises with the real-time performance and positive end user experience service providers already rely on. This architecture - Carrier Class Optenet Transparent Traffic Analyzer (CCOTTA) - provides real-time processing and coordination of all network traffic passing through. CCOTTA enables Optenet to provide real-time performance without requiring expensive hardware. CCOTTA also provides enterprise IT managers with the peace of mind of knowing they will not be in a constant refresh cycle of purchasing faster, more expensive appliances as bandwidth or user requirements increase.

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