When it comes to computer security, an alliance always seems to be the smart thing to do - at least in the eyes of security vendors. Earlier this month, WatchGuard Technologies added to the growing list of security alliances with one of its own: the LiveSecurity Alliance. The alliance comprises a host of vendors, each of which has pledged support for the company's LiveSecurity technology, which is built into its Firebox II virtual private network hardware box. To date, nearly a dozen companies, including RSA Data Security, WebTrends, Internet Security Systems and Finjan Software, have signed up. ISS and Finjan each have their own security alliances.
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