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|Originally Published: Sunday, 9 April 2000||Author: Derrick H. Lewis|
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Guardian Digital, Inc. Releases SecurityNews.org
[GD] Guardian Digital, Inc. has released a website that was specifically designed to display as much news as possible in a clean, easy to read format. Here is the press release sent to secure.linux.com .
April 10, 2000 -- "Security News for Security Professionals."
Responding to the rising demand for network security information, and recent influx of security related news, Guardian Digital, Inc. is releasing SecurityNews.org, today. This is the second major website release for Guardian Digital. In February, LinuxSecurity.com, "The Linux Community's Source for Security," was released. Guardian Digital hopes that SecurityNews.org gains popularity in the technical community as quickly as LinuxSecurity.com.
"SecurityNews.org was specifically designed to display as much news as possible in a clean, easy to read format. It is intended to be read by security professionals, system administrators, and technology enthusiasts who have little time to spend sifting through countless news stories looking for security related information," said Benjamin Thomas (Project Leader). SecurityNews.org indexes news chronologically making it easier to browse new headlines.
SecurityNews.org contains in-depth information on a wide range of security topics. These topics include: Security Organizations, Education, Certification Programs, Jobs, Books, Mailing Lists, and News Groups. The link database contains encryption, Unix/Linux, NT, underground, and security vendor links. Visitors will find SecurityNews.org a valuable source for getting quick, up-to-date information.
For more information, visit: http://www.securitynews.org
About Guardian Digital, Inc.
Guardian Digital, Inc. is an upstart open-source security company and the primary sponsor of LinuxSecurity.com and SecurityNews.org. Guardian Digital provides consulting, installation/support and computer-security services to businesses looking to use the Linux open-source operating system. Founded in 1999, Guardian Digital is headquartered in Upper Saddle River, NJ. The company can be reached by phone at: (201)934-9230.
Guardian Digital, and the Guardian Digital logo, are service marks. LinuxSecurity.com, SecurityNews.org, and their logos are all trademarks of Guardian Digital, Inc.
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