April 21, 2009
(RSA Conference) -- eEye Digital Security (www.eeye.com), an expert in integrated security and threat-management solutions, today announced the general availability of Blink Server 4, an integrated protection platform for all types of Windows servers and applications.
Blink Server offers complete protection for all mission-critical servers by combining multiple-layers of server security capabilities and leverages an intrusion-prevention engine that protects against zero-day attacks including the most recent threats posed by Conficker. It also provides buffer overflow and patent-pending ActiveX protection.
"The addition of Blink Server helps round-out our product suite, which also features endpoint security and vulnerability assessment," said Chris Silva, eEye's Chief Architect and VP of Products. "We developed the solution based on the needs of our customers to enhance server security and combat threats in real-time as they migrate away from stand-alone anti-virus point solutions and adopt comprehensive endpoint management. When used along side of Blink Professional, Blink Server Edition helps them deploy a unified technology solution to both desktop and server platforms allowing for streamlined management."
Blink Server 4 includes eEye's SecureIIS Solution; a Web-Server Application Firewall that meets section 6 of the PCI DSS v1.2 requirements.
Blink Server further meets customer needs by thwarting 100 percent of all remote intrusion attempts on mission-critical servers such as those that host databases, financial, e-mail and Web-facing applications. Blink Server does this by providing a complete protection platform with integrated threat-management capabilities:
-- Optimized rules and performance for server communications -- File monitoring for change control and tamper monitoring -- Application and system firewall for application communications control -- Virus and spyware protection -- Protocol-based intrusion prevention -- Vulnerability assessment to meet PCI, HIPAA, SOX, GLB, and FERPA compliance -- Patented system protection featuring Execution and Registry protection and monitoring -- Zero-day attack protection including buffer overflow and patent- pending ActiveX protection -- Configuration management enforcement and reporting Blink Server 4: Primary Business Benefits:
-- Optimizes defenses against viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans, cross- site scripting, SQL injection attacks, e-mail server protection, mis- configurations, and other malicious zero-day exploits through layered security protection -- Provides significant administrative time savings and reduces system resource requirements for memory by consolidating multiple security agents into a single light-weight agent -- Reduces security costs by more than 70 percent by eliminating the licensing and support costs associated with buying and maintaining multiple security solutions -- Offers centralized attack, risk, vulnerability and overall security management in a single Web-based user interface when deployed in combination with REM, eEye's Security Management Console Pricing and Availability Pricing for the eEye Blink Server 4 starts at $99 USD in North America, which includes One Node and Standard support. Available now, the software can be purchased through eEye channel partners or in combination with eEye's Security Account Managers. Customers and partners interested in volume discounts should contact an eEye Security Account Manager at [email protected] or call 866-282-8276.
For more information on Blink Server 4, visit http://www.eeye.com/html/products/blink/server/index.html
About eEye Digital Security eEye Digital Security is a leader in vulnerability management, endpoint security, anti-virus software and IT security research. The company's advanced security solutions help technology professionals protect the networks and digital assets of more than 9,000 corporate and government organizations worldwide. Founded in 1998, eEye Digital Security is headquartered in Orange County, California. For more information, please visit www.eEye.com.
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