San Diego, CA, June 05, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Cafesoft announced today that it is now shipping the 3.0 release of the Cafesoft Access Management System (Cams™). This new release of Cams enables web single sign-on and centralized access management across web and application servers such as Apache, IIS, Sun ONE, BEA WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, JBoss, Oracle and Tomcat.
"The release of Cams 3.0 represents another significant company milestone," said Gary Gwin, Cafesoft president and CEO. "Customers such as NASA, German Federal Government, Panda Resteraunt Group, British Police Information Technology Organization (PITO) and the United States Department of Defenese are using Cams to provide single sign-on for and protect their important web resources. In fact, the broad Cams feature set is empowering customers to dispose of their more expensive and difficult to manage competitive solutions in favor of Cams."
Significant new features for the Cams 3.0 release include:
o Cross-DNS domain web single sign-on and sign-off
o Windows impersonation for single sign-on to IIS secured resources such as SharePoint and OWA
o Cross-scripting and buffer overflow attack prevention
o HTTP 500/403 errors replace Cams error/denied pages
o X.509 digital certificate authentication
o RSA SecurID one-time password authentication
o VASCO Digipass one-time password authentication
o Internationalization enhancements
o Performance and fault tolerance enhancements
o Tomcat 5.5 web agent support
Cams makes sites more secure and manageable by centralizing web application security policy decisions and management, rather than implementing security within web applications and web servers. This centralized approach to web security enables companies to reduce development and administration time, complexity and costs, while improving time-to-market, site security and software life-cycle flexibility. Cams also provides web single sign-on to eliminate the cost, risk and pain associated with multiple user accounts and sign-ons for the same web site.
The Cams service oriented architecture provides the security middleware foundation to easily deploy customized solutions into heterogeneous environments. The lightweight, Java-based Cams policy server is easy to install and configure and scales to meet the requirements of large enterprise sites. Cams virtual directory facilitates integration with one more user directories, including Microsoft Active Directory, LDAP servers, SQL databases and more. Other product features include:
o Web single sign-on to web and J2EE application servers
o Access control based on roles (RBAC), HTTP query parameters, database values, date/time, location and custom rules
o Simplified and centralized security policy administration
o Security event logging, analysis and real-time notification
o Flexible customizations via open APIs
o Cross-platform support including Windows, Linux and Solaris
A free Cams Tour is available online at http://www.cafesoft.com. The Cams Tour is the best way to learn about Cams terminology, architecture and web application security in general. Cams software licenses are available starting at $4,995. Free evaluation licenses, which have access to the production Cams policy server and web agents, are available for download upon request.
Cafesoft develops and markets Cams, which is a secure, flexible and affordable web single sign-on and access management software solution. Organizations around the world use Cams to give employees, customers and partners secure access to protected web content and applications. By using Cams, customers: 1) simplify and accelerate web application security implementation and management; 2) reduce web application software lifecycle costs; and, 3) improve security compliance and accountability. Please see http://www.cafesoft.com
for more information.
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