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Secure64 and Men & Mice Sign Agreement to Provide Integrated IP Address Management (IPAM) and DNSSEC Signing Solution

August 6, 2009 by  

Web Hosting ToolsDENVER, CO and REYKJAVIK, ICELAND – Secure64 Software Corporation and Men & Mice today announced a joint marketing agreement that will provide U.S. government and international customers with a completely integrated IPAM and Domain Name Security Extensions (DNSSEC) signing solution. Through this agreement, customers in the United States, Europe and other parts of the world will be able to utilize Secure64 and Men & Mice solutions to quickly and easily implement IP Address Management (IPAM) with automated support for DNSSEC signing.

Men & Mice will support Secure64’s FOSE-award winning DNS signing software appliance, Secure64 DNS Signer. Secure64 is the only company currently offering a deployed DNSSEC software appliance that fully automates DNSSEC key generation, key rollover, zone signing and re-signing processes.

DNS security is a critical IT issue, and an OMB mandate requires that all U.S. federal government agencies deploy DNSSEC by December 2009. DNSSEC addresses vulnerabilities in DNS, a core Internet infrastructure, making it an open target for cyber threats. The recent July 4th cyber attacks demonstrate the continuing vulnerability of the U.S. government’s technology infrastructure.

“We are really excited about the opportunity that this partnership represents,” remarked Men & Mice CEO Jon Kristjansson. “It is a rare occasion that two innovative companies have such a complimentary product offering. The combination of the Men & Mice Suite and the Secure64 DNSSEC automation tools will enable far better Internet security, and make implementation of DNSSEC less of a challenge for organizations worldwide.”

Secure64’s DNS Signer product will be supported by The Men & Mice Suite – a management software solution built to meet the challenges of DNS, DHCP and IP address management in large computer networks. It provides a sophisticated management layer for the existing DNS and DHCP infrastructure integrated with advanced IP address management capabilities.

“Men & Mice has been in business since 1990 and have a best-in-breed IPAM solution used by customers across the globe,” said Steve Goodbarn, CEO and Director of Secure64. “As a recognized authority on DNS and DHCP with a worldwide customer base, Men and Mice meets customer needs for world-class management solutions while allowing Secure64 to maintain our focus on delivering trustworthy and secure DNS and DNSSEC products.”

About Men & Mice
Founded in 1990 in Reykjavik, Iceland, Men & Mice is a market leader in the development of cutting-edge DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management (IPAM) solutions. The Men & Mice Suite enables organizations to leverage their existing enterprise DNS and DHCP investments by providing centralized management through one simple, secure interface. Whether Windows, BIND, Cisco or a combination – Men & Mice brings control and flexibility to network management.

About Secure64 Software Corporation
Headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado, Secure64® is a software company offering high-performance DNS server software that makes the DNS trustworthy and secure. Secure64 currently offers two DNS server applications based on SourceT® – the company’s patented technology. Secure64 DNS Signer is the first DNSSEC signing software to make DNSSEC deployment simple and secure. Secure64 DNS Authority is secure DNS server software that is available at all times -– even during network attacks or restarts.

By using Secure64 software, organizations can break the costly and reactive patch management and OS hardening cycle because only Secure64 software is immune to compromise from rootkits and malware and resistant to network attacks that are the source of today’s most serious security threats. For more information, visit www.secure64.com.

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