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With Record Revenues, AXENT Puts Down a Solid Fist
Cybercrime and information security attacks are not going to go away. AXENT's three protection products, Intruder Alert, Raptor Firewall, and NetProwler contain

secure bind  Pathways, Inc. - 1997 Secure Network Consulting - 1998 Raptor Inc. - February 1998 PassGo - March 1999 Originally Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) was AXENT's flagship product. However, since the acquisition of Raptor, their Raptor firewall is the product that is more renown in the industry. Vendor Strategy and Trajectory AXENT will continue to expand its security product line, acquiring smaller security players along the way. With an approach to security called Security Lifecycle, Axent has put into

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