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We pioneered open-source security...
Founded in 1999, Guardian Digital was the first of its kind to take the best-of-breed
security tools in the Linux community, and integrate them in a totally secure,
out-of-the-box software solution for enterprise servers. We introduced a unified security
appliance long before UTM (unified threat management) ever found its way into terminology.
We are continually at the forefront of the security field to ensure that our forward-thinking
engineers preserve our leading edge products and services as threats continue to evolve.
It is this pioneering role we have played in engineering an unprecedented level
of open source security that has made Guardian Digital trusted by so many clients
worldwide for almost ten years.
Our Clients find us...
We take great pride in the fact that we did not seek out our largest, most demanding
clients; they found and chose us. This is a testament to the quality of our products and
services, and Guardian Digital attributes this word-of-mouth advertising to our loyal and
growing community. Since our inception, we have continually supported and nurtured the
open-source world, through our freely available EnGarde Community. A reduced version of
EnGarde Secure Linux Professional with no support, it still allows home users the ability
to set up a network quickly and securely.
It has also allowed us to not only provide effective security for our clients,
but gives us the opportunity to give back, to be involved; to support and thrive in a
community of developers and programmers that have a vested interest in each other's success.
Guardian Digital values this opportunity to be an active participant in the community, and will
always continue our commitment to security in this regard.
Our commitment to security started in 1996...
At a time when open source security was still in its infancy, our CEO Dave Wreski, and
a few loyal programmers decided to create a website providing timely, accurate information
for Linux and security. Aptly named Linuxsecurity.com, this site has been yet another way
that Guardian Digital is fostering knowledge, skills and resources for the open source community.