Check Point Software Technologies announced its new Integrity Anti-Spyware on Monday, becoming the latest major vendor to offer its anti-spyware to corporate users.
Integrity Anti-Spyware, scheduled to hit the market in November, is designed to detect, automatically quarantine and remove spyware programs. Check Point, primarily a seller of firewalls and virtual private networks, historically has been slow to introduce new products. With this move, the company has joined McAfee and Symantec, which introduced enterprise anti-spyware products in the first quarter.
Check Point is offering its anti-spyware application with its SmartDefense Anti-Spyware Service, which provides updates from real-time spyware information collected through its network of ZoneAlarm users. Integrity Anti-Spyware will be offered as an add-on-module or part of the Integrity product suite.