TPP Group is now shipping Secure Computing’s 2005 models of Sidewinder G2 UTM Security Appliance – the world’s most secure firewall.
- 21 February, 2005 14:32
<p>The G2 Firewall is suitable for small to medium sized business through to large corporations.</p>
<p>The Sidewinder has never been compromised after over a decade on the market; no security patches have ever been released and no vulnerabilities have ever been reported by standards authorities.</p>
<p>The Sidewinder range for 2005 includes both high end enterprise models and four models that are specifically intended for small and mid-sized businesses.
The SMB models are priced from as little as $2,000 and all deliver, at high speed, the world’s leading application layer firewall including intruder protection.</p>
<p>The Sidewinder Security Appliance is emerging as the leading product in the UTM (Unified Threat Management) market. UTM appliances are a combination of hardware, software and networking technologies, which combine to perform various security functions including firewall, intrusion prevention and anti-virus. For small to mid sized businesses, UTM’s are becoming the norm as they offer a low total cost of ownership and complete perimeter security. Add on features which block spam and filter web content further enchance the G2’s value to business.</p>
<p>“Business of any size can now cost effectively deploy the same world-class firewall security as is in position at some of the most secure facilities in the world. The Sidewinder G2 UTM appliance range warrants review by any organisation of any size wanting to ensure they have in place the best security, with the best performance for the best price” says Ced Bradbury, CEO, TPP Group.</p>
<p>About TPP Group (The Peripheral People Pty Ltd)
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>
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