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July 26, 2010

INTEGRITY unveils INTEGRITY Secure Consolidated Client (ISCC)

Enables organisations to keep sensitive data in one domain while running totally open and unsecure networks

By CBR Staff Writer

INTEGRITY Global Security, a wholly owned subsidiary of Green Hills, has unveiled INTEGRITY Secure Consolidated Client (ISCC), based on Secure Separation Kernel, which allows businesses to use a single physical system to access and securely separate multiple networks.

The company claims that ISCC enables organisations to keep sensitive data in one domain while running totally open and unsecure networks, such as the Internet, on another domain with out any fear.

According to INTEGRITY, Secure Separation Kernel and virtualisation layer provide different ‘containers,’ separating the resources required for multiple security domains.

ISCC eliminates one or more computers from a user’s workspace without having to change their networks or data centers, simplify their operations and deliver the security.

The company said that to run ISCC its specific requirements include Intel Core vPro processor, Intel chipset and network card that support Intel vPro technology, 2GB Ram per security domain, SATA HD capability, CD/DVD and USB.

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