Guardian Digital Launches New
ALLENDALE, NJ, January 10, 2005 -- Guardian Digital, Inc., the world’s premier provider of open source security solutions, today announced the expansion of its product portfolio with the launch of EnGarde Secure Linux: Basic Edition, a low-cost alternative to the award-winning EnGarde Secure Linux operating platform. Responding to the economic and network security requirements of individuals and small business users, EnGarde Basic is a flexible platform upon which users can build a comprehensive Internet infrastructure including features that provide leading-edge security, ease of management and standard Internet functions.
This starter-pack edition addresses the increasing demand for economical methods for securely managing Internet resources. Including improved functionality over other EnGarde versions, this new addition completes the collection by ensuring there is an appropriate EnGarde solution for every organization and every budget.
“With the number of threats growing exponentially every day, the critical issue of system security is at the forefront of everyone’s minds. We developed EnGarde Basic to introduce budget-constrained organizations and individuals to the world of secure computing with Guardian Digital,” stated Dave Wreski, chief executive officer of Guardian Digital. “We felt it was our duty, as a highly respected Internet security company, to provide customers with a wide range of solutions catering to every need and budget—the establishment of this new edition assists us in achieving that goal.”
Providing the uncompromising security and flexibility of an enterprise-class
product with the cost-effectiveness and manageability of a small-business
application, EnGarde Basic is priced at $299 and includes:
Additional information about EnGarde Secure Basic can be found on the Guardian Digital website at www.guardiandigital.com or by calling Customer Service toll-free at 1-866-GD-LINUX.