F-Secure ties up with RSA to secure virtual private networks

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F-Secure has joined RSA Security’s strategic partner program to support interoperability with its digital certificate software. F-Secure’s updated VPN+ 5.0 now protects every link in the corporate network including clients, servers, and gateways.

Interoperating with RSA Keon public key infrastructure (PKI) software, VPN+ 5.0 offers full PKI support through automated certificate enrolment using the SCEP protocol, certificate revocation lists (CRL), and lightweight directory access protocol for retrieving certificates and CRLs. F-Secure also supports all leading smartcard readers and profiles.

Tanya Candia, vice president of global marketing for F-Secure, said: “The rapid acceptance of eTransactions requires comprehensive solutions. The collaboration between F-Secure and RSA Security exemplifies the strongest approach we know of in the authentication arena. RSA KeonPKI software is a perfect complement to our VPN software, and pairing these products will provide the safety and the confidence in conducting business online.”

F-Secure Corporation offers integrated anti-virus, file encryption, distributed firewall and VPN solutions for workstations, servers, gateways and mobile devices. Founded in 1988, the company is headquartered in Espoo, Finland with North American headquarters in San Jose, California, as well as offices worldwide.

RSA Security has almost 20 years of experience in helping organizations build secure foundations for eBusiness through its encryption and digital certificate management systems.



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