CyberGuard offers zero vulnerability security with their dedicated focus on firewalls and network security solutions.
In 2000, CyberGuard introduced its first premium firewall appliance, which became the first to achieve the prestigious and internationally recognized Common Criteria EAL4 certification. In 2001, CyberGuard enrolled in the Common Criteria Assurance Maintenance scheme, ensuring that all subsequent releases of CyberGuard firewall product will retain their EAL4 rating. An EAL4+ rating was achieved in 2002.
In January 2003, CyberGuard acquired certain assets of NetOctave, a leading provider of security processors, accelerator boards and cards for the SSL (secure sockets layer) and IPsec (Internet protocol security) markets.
In November of that same year, CyberGuard acquired SnapGear, a leading developer of embedded Linux security solutions and firewall/VPN appliances for mid-sized businesses and replicated sites.
In February 2004, CyberGuard announced a suite of Total Stream Protection? technologies that would transform the ways in which organizations secure their networks. Total Stream Protection? (TSP) redefines the traditional role of the firewall by incorporating a comprehensive set of features for securing business applications and organizational data.
To support its Total Stream Protection strategy, CyberGuard acquired Webwasher AG in April 2004. The Siemens spin-off offers the Content Security Management (CSM) suite of enterprise-class Web and e-mail content security solutions.
CyberGuard will continue to develop its Total Stream Protection? framework through ongoing development of its core technologies and via strategic acquisitions.
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