Secure Computing’s SmartFilter awarded as Best Content Filtering Solution by SC Magazine. Sidewinder G2 Security Appliance and SafeWord PremierAccess also honoured as finalists
- 28 February, 2005 12:24
<p>SmartFilter v4.0 web filtering solution has won the SC Magazine Global Awards 2005 Reader Trust Award for Best Content Filtering Solution. Additionally, the Sidewinder G2 Security Appliance was a finalist in the Best Firewall category, and SafeWord PremierAccess was a finalist in the category of Best Smart Card Solution.</p>
<p>“TPP, as a leading reseller of Secure Computing products, is delighted with the global success of the three security products,” says Ced Bradbury, CEO, TPP Group. “ The award for SmartFilter is particularly pleasing” says Bradbury, “because of the importance now placed on security features in web filters to address spyware, phishing, malware and other threats.</p>
<p>Smart Filter offers one of the largest and most accurate databases of web content. The SmartFilter Control List addresses the newest security, productivity, and liability threats with a powerful set of categories, including Instant Messaging, Malicious Sites, Peer to Peer and Spyware. SmartFilter SmartReporter offers leading reporting capabilities through a browser based application; detailed reports of web use for individuals, groups and departments are easily created.</p>
<p>About TPP Group (The Peripheral People Pty Ltd)</p>
<p>TPP Group is an Australian company, based in Sydney’s Norwest Business Park, and has specialised in IT security since 1983. Our customers are in numerous industry sectors, and many have deployed our solutions since our beginning.
TPP’s products are the leaders in the industry with acknowledgement from Meta Group, Secure Computing Magazine and others. Our sales and technical support teams are experts in the product range and deliver excellence in customer service.</p>
<p>Editorial Contact: Geoff Quinn, TPP Group 02 8850 6667</p>
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