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LinuxPR: CRYPTOAdmin Becomes Opsec Certified By Check Point Software Technologies

Dec 05, 2000, 22:51 (0 Talkback[s])

"CRYPTOCard Corp., experts in secure password technology, today announced that CRYPTOAdmin has been officially OPSEC Certified by Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., (NASDAQ: CHKP) the worldwide leader in securing the Internet. Check Point's Open Platform for Security (OPSEC) is the leading industry-wide alliance that provides the first security framework to deliver guaranteed interoperability and choice among "best-of-breed" enterprise security products."

"We are proud that CRYPTOAdmin has been OPSEC certified," explained Malcolm MacTaggart, President and CEO for CRYPTOCard. "This indicates that our secure password technology is industry-approved and right on the mark with today's New Economy business needs."

"CRYPTOCard offers customers two factor authentication that is seamlessly integrated into Check Point's Secure Virtual Network (SVN) architecture," said Bradley Brown, director Business Development of Check Point Software Technologies. "We are pleased that CRYPTOCard has maintained their OPSEC Authentication certification since 1998, and recognizes the benefits of a complete integrated Internet security solution."

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