The growing number of anti-malware applications present interoperability and security management issues to IT professionals and programmers seeking a common language to classify and manage anti-malware features.
This whitepaper will begin by identifying integration challenges and will then introduce the concept of an object-oriented “universal language” which serves as the basis for an interoperability technology. It will then demonstrate how several different security vendors in the field of remote access, network access control and filtering technologies, successfully implemented this language.
The session will continue by introducing an “object-oriented analysis” approach for anti-malware application management. It will identify attributes (properties) and operations (methods) associated with anti-malware applications and will discuss the advantages of object-oriented architecture and other techniques of solving issues related to anti-malware application management.