Secure Computing

Secure Computing

Secure Computing Corporation, or SCC, was a public company that developed and sold computer security appliances and hosted services to protect users and data. McAfee acquired the company in 2008.

The company also developed filtering systems used by governments such as Iran and Saudi Arabia that blocks their citizens from accessing information on the Internet.

Read more about Secure Computing:  Company History, Use of Company Products For Governmental Censorship, TrustedSource Reputation System, Web Security Products, Mail Security Products, Secure Firewalls, External Links

Other articles related to "secure computing, secure":

Secure Computing - External Links
... Secure Computing Corporation web site Cost Profile of a Highly Assured, Secure Operating System, an overview of the LOCK system ... Is Your Network Secure?, an early Byte magazine article on the Sidewinder firewall ...
David Burt (filtering Advocate) - Filtering Industry and CIPA
... In 2003, N2H2 was acquired by Secure Computing, which hired Burt to promote Secure Computing's filtering and other network security products ... In 2006, Burt left Secure Computing for his current position promoting network security products in Microsoft's Security and Access Services Division ...
Internet Censorship - Content Suppression Methods - Technical Censorship - Use of Commercial Filtering Software
... Among the most popular filtering software programs is SmartFilter by Secure Computing in California, which was bought by McAfee in 2008 ... was, according to the OpenNet Initiative, due to Secure Computing wrongly categorizing DailyMotion as pornography for its SmartFilter filtering software ... DailyMotion due to satirical videos about human rights violations in Tunisia, but after Secure Computing corrected the mistake access to DailyMotion was gradually ...

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