Check Point readies Secure Virtual Network

    Date28 Jun 2000
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Check Point Software Technologies is set for Phase II of its Secure Virtual Network (SVN) architecture for e-business application security, claiming it has advanced its SVN architecture to provide a common security backbone for e-business applications, such as SAP, Oracle, Citrix, . . . Check Point Software Technologies is set for Phase II of its Secure Virtual Network (SVN) architecture for e-business application security, claiming it has advanced its SVN architecture to provide a common security backbone for e-business applications, such as SAP, Oracle, Citrix, and Broadvision.

    The first products in this version of the SVN architecture are UserAuthority API and UserAuthority, which should be available in early July, according to Check Point.

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