Security Systems
announced the launch of the Yoggie Gatekeeper, a revolutionary credit-card
sized computer that brings all corporate-class security applications within
the reach of mobile and remote workers. For the first time ever, mobile
workers can access the Internet from hotspots, airports and hotel rooms, safe
in the knowledge that their laptop is protected by the Yoggie Gatekeeper(TM),
which provides the same level of security enjoyed by counterparts within the
corporate network – all through a device that fits in the palm of your hand.

The Yoggie Gatekeeper(TM) represents a major shift in content security
technology. It is a miniature and robust computer that uses a fully hardened
and secure embedded OS with the sole purpose of protecting the Windows XP
platform. The Yoggie Gatekeeper(TM) eliminates the need to have multiple
security applications on Windows XP that may conflict between each other, and
drastically reduce end user computer performance. The technology presents an
alternative to the recently introduced OS virtualization implemented by
software, as the Yoggie appliance physically separates security applications
by placing them on dedicated hardware. The hardened OS, security applications,
and powerful platform enable a high level of security with hassle-free
installation while high performance is guaranteed.

“The Yoggie Gatekeeper is changing the security landscape as we know
it,” says Shlomo Touboul, CEO and founder of Yoggie Security Systems. “We
have developed an appliance that is dedicated to protecting its host computer.
This is a completely new concept and will dramatically enhance worker
productivity while improving security, manageability and operability of the
traveling computer.”