CipherTrust service protects against nefarious net traffic

Garretson, Cara
February 2006
Network World;2/6/2006, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p45
Trade Publication
The article reports that e-mail security technology vendor CipherTrust is prepared to introduce the Real-time Anti-fraud Data and Resource (RADAR) service to prevent customers' brands from being stolen in a phishing attack, and to prevent their computers from being utilized by spam senders. The service is of two types. RADAR Inside tracks a company's e-mail sending patterns and warns administrators whenever there are telltale signs of an attack. RADAR 360 includes RADAR Inside features but is focused at companies that are most vulnerable to phishing attacks.


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