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Third Brigade Launches Security Software for Cloud Computing

Deep Security 6 protects traditional, virtual and cloud environments

Third Brigade has announced the availability of Third Brigade Deep Security 6, server and application protection for dynamic datacenters. It is comprehensive protection software to unify security across cloud computing, virtual and traditional datacenter environments to help prevent data breaches and business disruptions, enable compliance with key regulations and standards, including PCI, and support operational cost reductions that are necessary in the current economic climate.

In this latest release, Third Brigade adds three significant product enhancements to complement the existing Deep Security host intrusion prevention system (IDS/IPS) and ICSA-certified firewall. First, integration with VMware vCenter provides deployment and visibility into an organization's VMware environment. Second, Deep Security 6 now includes two new product modules, integrity monitoring and log inspection, that further support PCI compliance initiatives and detect malicious behavior targeting virtual machines and physical servers. The new integrity monitoring module alerts on critical operating system and application changes that could signal attacks, while the new log inspection module is built using the multiplatform log monitoring capabilities of the OSSEC open source host intrusion detection project. Finally, all Deep Security product modules - IDS/IPS, firewall, integrity monitoring and log inspection - can be deployed and managed via the powerful, centralized Deep Security management system.

Deep Security 6 allows both virtual machines and physical servers to become self-defending. Having visibility into whether a virtual machine is 'paused' or offline has significant impact on the ability to deploy and manage protection of the virtual infrastructure. Integration with VMware vCenter(TM) enables this visibility.

In cloud computing environments, network-based IDS/IPS no longer offers protection for virtual machines residing outside the enterprise perimeter. Deep Security 6 enables perimeter-like defenses to be applied directly to mobile, virtual machines. Combining these defenses with the integrity monitoring and log inspection capabilities in Deep Security 6 renders virtual machines cloud-ready and enables organizations to deploy them in public cloud computing environments.

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