Twenty-Three Products Pass Labs’ Rigorous Testing Criteria
HERNDON, Va.–April 15, 2002–ICSA Labs®, an independent division of TruSecure® Corporation, today announced that it has certified twenty-three, IPSec, firewall, anti-virus, cryptography and PC firewall products in Q1 2002 that meet the industry’s most stringent testing criteria. The ICSA Labs’ Certification Program provides assurance to the user community that certified products meet industry-accepted product standards worldwide.
The companies adding to the list of existing IPSec certified products in Q1 2002 are: NetScreen Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: NSCN); Network Associates, Inc. (NYSE: NET); V-One Corporation; Intel Corporation (Nasdaq: INTC); Nokia Corporation (NYSE: NOK); Avaya, Inc. (NYSE: AV); and Future Systems.
The companies adding to the list of existing firewall certified products this quarter are: Check Point Technologies, Ltd. (Nasdaq: CHKP); Symantec Corporation (Nasdaq: SYMC); NuSoft; NetWolves Corp. (Nasdaq: WOLV); WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: WGRD); Filanet Corporation; Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU); Stonesoft Corporation (HEX: SFT1V); and Netasq.
The companies adding to the list of existing anti-virus certified products this quarter are: Softwin and Symantec Corporation.
The company adding to the list of existing PC firewall certified products this quarter is Sygate Technologies and the company adding to the list of cryptography certified products is ERUCES, Inc.
“We are very pleased that our StoneGate firewall has been tested and certified by the ICSA Labs,” said Jukka Tapaninen, CEO of Stonesoft Americas. “In this business, having third-party validation is critical because it brings an additional level of confidence to our customers that we are delivering the best products possible.”
More information regarding the ICSA Labs Certification as well as vendor product, version and build numbers can be found on the ICSA Labs Web site at: http://www.icsalabs.com. ICSA Labs creates globally accepted security product standards and testing procedures. As the industry leader, ICSA Labs sets the standard by performing extensive research as well as tracking and measuring risks.
“ICSA Labs is the central authority for security product testing and certification,” said George Japak, vice president of ICSA Labs. “ICSA provides end-users of security technology with an objective, authoritative resource regarding product compliance and performance.”
About ICSA Labs
ICSA Labs, an independent division of TruSecure Corporation, offers vendor-agnostic testing and certification of security products. Hundreds of the world’s top security vendors submit their products for testing and certification at ICSA Labs. The end-users of security technologies rely on ICSA Labs to authoritatively set and apply objective testing and certification criteria for measuring product compliance and reliability. The organization tests 95% of products in key technology categories such as anti-virus, cryptography, PKI, IPSec, VPN, firewall, PC firewall, intrusion detection and content security.
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