LR Launches Security Directory

Light Reading launches network security product directory

July 13, 2005

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NEW YORK -- Light Reading ( today launched an online directory of network security products, with the goal of helping prospective purchasers identify products in this rapidly evolving market.

The directory already lists 148 products from 41 vendors, and more entries are being added daily. It will be available not only on Light Reading, but also on its affiliated Websites – Byte & Switch (storage networking), Unstrung (wireless infrastructure), and the Next-Gen Data Center Forum (data center technology) – which collectively address several hundred thousand readers.

"The network security market is becoming a jungle, as new products and companies emerge and mergers and acquisitions continue," says Peter Heywood, Founding Editor of Light Reading. "This research tool will help readers keep pace with developments by identifying products that meet their requirements."

Access to the directory is free of charge to registered users of Light Reading or its affiliates. To view the Security Product Directory, visit:

The database allows users to filter entries according to a product's primary functions, the security threats it addresses, its target market, and its format. Results can be viewed as tables displaying product information.

Help Make Our Directory Better!
Vendors can submit entries for the new directory free of charge, simply by downloading and completing a questionnaire and returning it to Light Reading.

Light Reading's Security Product Directory is the latest of a growing family of research tools on its Website. Other directories cover:

  • • Ethernet Services, currently listing 459 services from 255 companies:

    • IP Services Software, currently listing 185 products from 114 companies:

For more about Light Reading's product directories, please contact:
Peter Heywood
Founding Editor
Light Reading
[email protected]

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