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Security Checkpoint

Sanyo Debuts New Cameras

Sanyo Fisher Company, of Chatsworth, Calif., has announced several products:

* Dome Security Cameras for locations that require around the clock surveillance.

The new cameras are equipped with high-resolution properties, from 380-460 TV lines, coupled with heavy-duty die-cast aluminum.

* A low-light camera. The VCC-6594 digital DSP camera allows for quality color images in low light conditions, down to 0.3 lux in color mode.

* Digital-to-digital connections are available with its DSR-3000-80 or DSR-3000-160 model hard disk recorders and Sanyo's digital multiplexers, MPX-CD93 or MPX-CD163. The digital transport connection allows digital connection between additional DSR-3000 units (up to three) to provide digital series recording.

Reader Response no. 247.


NameProtect, Inc., of Madison, Wisc., has announced plans to launch combined text and image Web monitoring technology. It is licensing recognition technology from LTU Technologies, Inc., of Burlingame, Calif., which will be integrated into NameProtect's next generation of digital brand monitoring.

Reader Response no. 249.

Panda Antivirus

Academic Distributing, Inc., of Dewey, Ariz., and Panda Software, of Glendale, Calif., announced an agreement for the distribution of Panda Software's antivirus programs, including Global Virus Insurance and full line of Panda Antivirus software.

Reader Response no. 251.


SurfControl plc, of the U.K., and Finjan Software, Inc., of Los Gatos, Calif., have announced a licensing agreement that enables Finjan to integrate SurfControl's "Content Filtering Engine" software developer's kit, which includes URL filtering and Web categorization lists, into Finjan's anti-virus and content security program, SurfinGate.

Reader Response no. 252.

Quick Takes

FileDistributor, of Berlin, says CamSurveillance 1.0 offers IP addressable network cameras that can monitor and adjust up to 50 cameras.

Reader Response no. 253.

China's GoldStone Software, Inc., has released Web Protector 2.0, a Web authoring software that protects Web page form unwanted copying.

Reader Response no. 255.

Ft. Lauterdale, Fla. based SavvyData, Inc., has debuted RedAlert, for protecting organizations' intellectual assets.

Reader Response no. 257.

GFI Software ltd., of the U.K., has announced its release of MailSecurity, an e-mail security product that utilizes multiple anti-virus engines, exploit detection, an email threats engine, and more.

Reader Response no. 258.

Watch Out!

WatchdogX Webcam Corp., of Fords, N.J., has released WatchdogX, a multi- camera input version of Webcam's single-camera input Watchdog, for digital video surveillance. The new version is equipped with motion detection and event-triggered recording for each camera. WatchdogX can then either sound an alarm or notify users by e-mail with captured images.

Reader Response no. 250.

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