IBM and Intel are teaming up to promote a standard for Internet security features across multiple hardware and software platforms.
The two companies said this week they will push Intel?s Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA) for the Internet, so that software firms can write to a single standard rather than different proprietary standards.
Intel developed the CDSA standard three years ago, and has succeeded in winning backing from the Open Standards Group, as well as other suppliers such as Netscape, Hewlett-Packard, Sun Microsystems, and Motorola.
As part of their promotional activities the two companies will conduct joint seminars and technical conferences to educate IT managers on using CDSA.
In addition, IBM announced plans to ship its first CDSA-based product, Keyworks, which is based on the security standard for AIX, OS/390, and OS/400 operating systems.
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