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New tools aim to secure corporate IT

A bevy of technology companies–both big and small–on Monday unveiled a slew of security products aimed at protecting corporate IT infrastructure. The announcements were made in conjunction with the RSA Conference 2003, which started Sunday and runs through Thursday in San Francisco. Well-known companies at the conference like Hewlett-Packard and VeriSign and lesser-known ones such as Netegrity and Renesas Technology America are showcasing technologies to secure corporate networks, mobile devices, storage systems and Web services. VeriSign said it will introduce software that adds security to Web services applications through its hosted security service. The gateway software resides on a company’s premises and connects via the Internet to VeriSign’s public key infrastructure (PKI) encryption security service. Full Story

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