Secure Computing Upgrades Portal

Secure Computing unveils the new

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

November 27, 2007

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Secure Computing Corporation (NASDAQ: SCUR), a leading enterprise gateway security company, today announced a new and improved version of the portal. The world’s leading source for intelligence evaluates the reputation of Web entities and communications in real time, based on behavior. Already the most comprehensive reputation system available, monitoring global messaging and communication content, attachments and images, URLs, domains and IPs, TrustedSource™ now also integrates Web traffic and malware data.

“Secure Computing’s TrustedSource acts like a satellite advanced-warning system for the Internet that detects suspicious behavior patterns at their origins, and then instructs security devices to take corrective precautions or action,” said Dr. Phyllis Schneck, vice president of research integration for Secure Computing. “TrustedSource pinpoints reputation by looking at behavior and specific factors such as traffic volumes, patterns and trends, and enabling it to rapidly identify deviations from the norm on a minute-by-minute basis.”

Schneck continued: “The advanced ability to quickly correlate and analyze masses of data like this enables TrustedSource to provide great value for customers. It sets a new precedent in its ability to recognize and block troublesome or nefarious behavior. This is a critical solution for combating today’s Web 2.0 zero-day threats, and managing risk vectors that no other products today can address.”

Secure Computing Corp. (Nasdaq: SCUR)

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