Posted by: Bcournoyer
Network and application security, News
There’s a new player in the endpoint security market.
Networking giant Novell has acquired Senforce Technologies and plans to integrate the Draper, Utah-based vendor’s products into an endpoint security suite. The move should help Novell go up against security vendors like Symantec and McAfee, as well as its traditional competitors in the networking market. It will also give value-added resellers (VARs) and systems integrators (SIs) a new option to help protect their customers against malware and data leaks.
Our colleagues over at SearchSecurity.com have the full story on Novell’s acquisition of Senforce. Meanwhile, here at SearchITChannel.com, you can learn how to sell endpoint security and find out more about the data leak prevention market.