BitDefender Delivers Enhanced Protection for Microsoft ISA Servers
Powerful BitDefender products now include improved filter management, automated failure recovery and antispyware support
BitDefender╝, an award-winning provider of antivirus software and data security solutions, today announced the availability of BitDefender for Microsoft╝ ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition and BitDefender for Microsoft╝ ISA Servers Standard Edition. These two new products are designed specifically for securing the traffic passed through ISA servers against today▓s most malicious viruses and spyware.
BitDefender for MS ISA Servers Standard Edition works for both the 2000 and 2004 versions of Microsoft ISA Server Standard Editions, while BitDefender for MS ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition works for Microsoft ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition. Both products feature antispyware support, which has been added in this version, as well as a host of other improvements, such as automated failure recovery and improved control over the filtering settings.
⌠We have quite a following among users of previous generations of BitDefender▓s ISA servers security products,■ commented BitDefender Product Manager Clara Cismaru. ⌠By offering more filtering options and by strengthening our ISA server solutions with new antispyware and automated failure recovery enhancements, we continue to demonstrate BitDefender▓s dedication to providing our customers with the latest and most powerful IT security solutions available.■
BitDefender for MS ISA Servers is available from the BitDefender online store, as well as from the BitDefender distributors. Pricing remains unchanged from previous versions.
Today, BitDefender is trusted by over 41 million users worldwide and offers the industry▓s most efficient line of anti-virus and data security defense. The company is a recipient of countless awards for its flawless protection of both enterprise and personal computer use software. BitDefender represents the new drivers in the perimeter security market √ challenging established vendors which force users to accept less effective and often more costly security applications.