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Altor Networks has announced that Winsert has selected the Altor VF virtual firewall to secure its virtual environment and mitigate an attack before it could hit their network. After installing Altor VF, Winsert was able to quickly secure its virtual machines (VMs); and for the first time had real time visibility and rule-based control of packet flow in and out of each VM. Winsert, the leading developer and tester of alloy solutions, was using physical servers to support all of their IT applications including Exchange, DNS, file backup, SQL database and an ERP system The company moved to a virtualized environment to achieve high availability and protect against catastrophic failure. “After moving our production applications to a virtualized environment we realized that we lacked security; I had no visibility into what was going on between VMs and a virtual attack co... (more)

Altor Networks selected as InformationWeek Startup 50 Tech Company

Altor Networks announced today that InformationWeek selected Altor Networks as one of the top Startup 50 tech companies shaking up IT. This prestigious award recognized Altor Networks for its innovation, value and enterprise-readiness, as well as reader votes. “It was difficult to limit ourselves to 50 startups because there’s a lot of exciting companies out there. That said, we believe the Startup 50 have innovative solutions to critical business problems and are worthy of enterprise consideration,” said Andrew Conry-Murray, Business Editor, InformationWeek. The Information W... (more)

Third Party Integrations Should Be An Integral Part of Product Plans

Security requirements of enterprises are varied, and contrary to the one-stop-shop movement, enterprises still buy security products from multiple vendors. While some enterprises do it as a part of an IT plan, most companies end-up with disparate products due to niche needs, acquisitions, etc. In this environment of multiple security products, the customer is typically left holding the ‘integrator bag’. Most security products do not interoperate or integrate with others in the infrastructure, leading to operational nightmares, and may undermine the very problem they are trying to... (more)

Avoid Pitfalls by Baking Security into Virtualization Deployments

At last week’s SAN’s virtualization security summit some 120 security managers, newly tasked with protecting their expanding virtualization environments, were eager to learn how to establish control and achieve compliance. Whether the representatives came from the DOD and civilian agencies or large scale commercial enterprises all agreed that growth of virtualization adoption is already happening.  The cost savings in data center footprint and power consumption alone are simply too great to pass up especially given today’s economic climate. One challenge with virtual machine (VM)... (more)

New San Jose Law Firm Focused on Complex Litigation

San Jose, Calif. -Sept. 28, 2009 - Seasoned trial attorney and litigator Robert M. Vantress announced today the formation of Vantress Law Group, a new San Jose boutique firm that is focused on complex litigation matters including intellectual property, computer and Internet, employment, real estate and other complex or commercial disputes. Vantress was formally with international law firm Baker & McKenzie and co-founded Silicon Valley Law Group, a business law firm, 15 years ago. "Given the current changes that are occurring in the business, financial and legal markets, it is th... (more)