Simplicita, Sana Help Remove Bots

Simplicita and Sana team to supply ISPs with an automated system for protecting their subscribers from zero-day malware

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

March 5, 2007

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DENVER -- Simplicita and Sana Security today announced a strategic partnership to supply Internet Service Providers (ISPs) with an automated system for protecting their subscribers from zero-day malware that eludes typical anti-virus products and hijacks PCs for use in botnets. As part of the alliance Sana Security's Primary Response SafeConnect anti-malware detection, removal and reporting software will be integrated into the Simplicita ZBX zombie remediation system. Simplicita will demonstrate ZBX with Sana integration at the CableLabs Winter Conference 2007 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, March 4-7.

The Simplicita-Sana Security solution enables ISPs, without any manual intervention, to offer a botnet security service that instantly notifies consumers when their machines have been hijacked, removes the malicious software within minutes, and allows users to automatically resume their Internet services with ongoing protection. In addition, Sana will join Simplicita's Reputation Data Partner (RDP) Program, which is designed to aggregate real-time feeds from the world's leading providers of internet reputation data into the Simplicita ZBX.

Simplicita Software Inc.

Sana Security Inc.

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