ISS and Nokia launch entry-level intrusion protection


BRUSSELS, Belgium -- Mobile communications company Nokia and US software provider Internet Security Systems (ISS) said in July that they had launched a low-cost intrusion protection and management software bundle aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises and branch offices in Europe.

The package, which costs $7,995, includes: continuous network surveillance software designed to intercept and respond to security breaches and network abuses; software that unifies the management of network

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