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Comodo Adds Server Protection To Endpoint Security Manager

Offering also includes remote and centralized management of Comodo Internet Security software on all networked PCs and servers

Jersey City, NJ, May 21, 2009 - Comodo's new server protection software will defend nodes in enterprise networks from malicious attacks. This new safeguard joins the other Comodo branded products protecting enterprises, including security software, encryption and vulnerability scanning.

PC users who adopted Comodo's award-winning security software at home have brought it to work with them. Recently the firm has developed products geared specifically toward enterprises, including disk encryption and server protection.

"Protecting servers is critical to network security," said Melih Abdulhayoglu, CEO of Comodo. "Users can rely on the Comodo brand for complete protection. The Comodo brand is already recognized as being a provider of high-assurance SSL certificates for encrypting communications, and for first-rate vulnerability scanning. Now, enterprises worldwide will trust the Comodo brand for its complete protection of their networks."

Endpoint Security Manager also boasts remote and centralized management of Comodo Internet Security software on all networked PCs and servers. With Comodo Endpoint Security Manager, IT departments can

  • Protect with Comodo's award-winning firewall and antivirus with Default-Deny Protection
  • Seamlessly add or remove security configurations and applications, maintain a sound security policy
  • Receive immediate notification of potential threats occurring on any part of the network
  • Save hundreds of desktop support visits per year to improve reliability and technical staff effectiveness
  • Reduce costs, simplify license management, and provide an immediate ROI

    Other Comodo branded products for enterprises include digital certificates for encryption, and vulnerability scanning and authentication software for compliance requirements. For more information about Comodo Endpoint Security Manager, visit http://enterprise.comodo.com/security-solutions/endpoint-security/

    COMODO PROTECTION FOR ENTERPRISES The Comodo companies are leading global providers of Identity and Trust Assurance services on the Internet. Comodo CA offers a comprehensive array of PKI Digital Certificates, eCommerce Acceleration and Infrastructure Security solutions including User Access Authentication (Two-Factor / Multi-Factor), Network Vulnerability Scanning and PCI compliance services. With over 10,000,000 installations of its threat prevention products, Comodo Security Solutions offers an extensive suite of endpoint security software and services for businesses and consumers.

    Continual innovation, a core competence in PKI and a commitment to reversing the growth of Internet-crime distinguish the Comodo companies as vital players in the Internet's ongoing development. The Comodo companies secure and authenticate online transactions and communications for over 200,000 business customers. Offices in the US, UK, China, India, Romania and the Ukraine serve enterprises around the world.

    The Comodo companies provide businesses and consumers with the intelligent security, authentication and assurance services necessary to establish and ensure trust in online transactions. Comodo " Creating Trust Online. For more information, visit www.enterprise.comodo.com.

    For more information, reporters and analysts may contact: Comodo--Creating Trust Online Email: [email protected] +1 (201) 963 0004 x4073

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