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  • Dell SonicWALL names Dicker Data as NZ disti

    Dicker Data New Zealand has become an authorised distributor for network security vendor Dell SonicWALL. Dicker Data will distribute the full portfolio of SonicWALL products, including the recently announced Dell SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access (SMA) 100 Series OS 8.5 and SonicOS 6.2.6 firmware.

  • Dell unveils BYOD-focused mobility product plans

    Dell today unveiled enterprise mobility software for Google Android or Apple iOS that supports employee "bring your own device" use by selectively applying VPN controls only to the corporate apps on the device, not the employee's personal apps.

  • Dell: We can beat Cisco in enterprise and Cloud security

    Dell can trump Cisco in the information-technology security market, say Dell's executives in describing how the company with its multifaceted approach will hold an edge against some powerful rivals that also include HP and IBM.

  • Cisco, Juniper, Check Point, Palo Alto among firms in security contest

    In the <a href="">security</a> popularity contest of the moment, <a href="">Cisco</a> and Juniper are down and Palo Alto Networks and Check Point are up when it comes to network firewalls, according to one research firm.

  • Cisco and NSS Labs still arguing firewall vulnerability test results

    NSS Labs today is expected to say four out of five vendors -- Palo Alto Networks, Juniper, Fortinet and SonicWall -- whose firewall equipment it said was vulnerable to a hacker exploit have corrected the problem. The fifth, <a href="">Cisco</a>, maintains its ASA firewall isn't susceptible to the exploit known as the "TCP Split Handshake," which lets an attacker remotely fool the firewall into thinking an IP connection is a trusted one behind the firewall.

  • Cisco going to NSS Labs to sort out alleged firewall issues

    Cisco today is expected to confront more directly last week’s allegations from NSS Labs that Cisco firewalls are vulnerable to a hacker exploit known as the “TCP Split Handshake,” an attack that would fool the firewall into thinking the IP connection is a trusted one inside the network.

  • SonicWall directors accept buyout offer

    SonicWall directors have accepted a US$717 million offer to sell the company to a group headed by Thoma Bravo, a private equity investment firm, with the aim of growing the company faster and developing products quicker than it could as a listed company.

  • SonicWall ditches ITW

    IT Wholesale has been given the axe as a SonicWall distributor &#8211; seven months after it was appointed.