IBM on Thursday detailed new products and services aimed at securing corporate networks and announced it will spend $1.5 billion on security product development and marketing in 2008.
The computing giant's approach is to combine technology with consulting services that focus on mitigating risk.
The centerpiece of the announcement are products IBM gained through its $1.3 billion acquisition of security services firm ISS last year. IBM added data inspection software meant to prevent loss of valuable data and related services.
The company also introduced enhanced data security software to track, report, and investigate potential security breaches on … Read more