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Issue Date: August 2000 (es)

PGP Security earns top honours for network protection and e-business availability

1 August 2000

PGP Security, a Network Associates business recently announced that the Gauntlet firewall has won Network Magazine's prestigious 'Product of the Year' award. The Gauntlet firewall 5.5 for Windows NT and UNIX was selected from thousands of products introduced in 1999, eclipsing leading competitors in the Internet security market. Editors at Network Magazine chose Gauntlet firewall for its superior functionality and breadth of features that protect critical systems from intrusion threats and help maximise network availability for e-business.
Network Magazine recognised Gauntlet firewall as the standout product in an extremely competitive field where security software vendors must go beyond simple packet scanning and port blocking to provide comprehensive features ready for the Internet age. Gauntlet was the first firewall to integrate brand name McAfee anti-virus technology into the firewall in 1999, and most recently pulled ahead of the industry by introducing a plug-and-play appliance called WebShield 300 E-ppliance. With over 10 years on the market, the Gauntlet product has also set itself apart as a reliable product supported by NAI Labs advanced research and COVERT rapid response teams.
Gauntlet firewall provides customers with an integrated package that also includes important VPN capabilities as well as strong PGP encryption and authentication technology. Available as part of the Gauntlet Active Firewall, the Gauntlet VPN server offers complete end-to-end VPN encryption solutions, important for remote access users, and is also able to act as a server to IPSec-compliant clients like Windows 2000 or the company's own PGP VPN desktop application.
For details contact Lloyd Wood, Managing Director of NAI on tel: (011) 700 8200 or e-mail:

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