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ISS debuts M10

Internet Security Systems (ISS) has announced the Proventia M10 integrated security appliance aimed at small to medium sized businesses.

Internet Security Systems (ISS) has announced the Proventia M10 integrated security appliance, which is aimed at remote offices and medium-sized enterprises that lack dedicated security resources and budget, but want protection from online attacks and productivity losses caused by spam, unwanted web content and network downtime.

“The Proventia M10 integrated security appliance reduces the total cost of ownership usually associated with having a complete security solution,” says Peter Stremus, marketing director, EMEA, ISS.

“Not only is the Proventia M10 simple to install and manage – it provides out of the box protection against a wide range of sophisticated new Internet threats,” he adds.

Proventia integrated security appliances are designed to stop Internet threats before they impact business, preserving network uptime, improving productivity and preventing embarrassing security breaches.

With its combined functionality, the Proventia M10 automatically blocks viruses, worms, hackers and major Internet attacks like SQL Slammer, Code Red and MS Blaster. Proventia security appliances also receive updated protection, from ISS’ X-Force research and development team, for new software vulnerabilities to keep organizations ahead of the next threat.

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