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Symantec, McAfee Launch Enterprise Anti-Spyware Tools At RSA
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/15/2005 09:15:00 PM.

Symantec and McAfee leveraged the RSA Conference Monday to launch enterprise-wide battles against spyware. Both major security vendors touted new enterprise anti-spyware solutions.

On Monday, the Cupertino, Calif.-based company said it would add anti-spyware detection, deletion, and repair to its AntiVirus Corporate Edition 10.0 and Client Security 3.0 when they roll out next month. Key to its spyware strategy, said Kevin Haley, Symantec's group product manager for its desktop security line, is that the anti-spyware functions will be handled by the existing anti-virus scanning engine.

Rival McAfee also used the forum of RSA, which opened Monday in San Francisco and runs through Friday, to tout its enterprise-grade anti-spyware software. Previously announced as an add-on module to its anti-virus platforms and even available in beta form, McAfee's Anti-Spyware Enterprise will ship March 2, the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company announced at the conference. The new tool integrates with McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 7.1 and 8.0i, said McAfee, and can be deployed and managed with the company's ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) in large firms, and ProtectionPilot in small- and medium-sized companies.

One major difference, however, is that McAfee will charge extra for its anti-spyware layer. According to a spokeswoman's example prices, enterprises will pay between $6.60 per seat per year (for installations of 10,000+ seats) and $20 per seat per year (for 26 or fewer seats) for Anti-Spyware Enterprise. Those prices will be in addition to the per-seat costs for VirusScan Enterprise.

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