Messaging Architects' M+Guardian Addresses the Risks of Corporate Email Security with Stronger Protocol-Based Defenses and Multiple Autonomous Spam Engines
Messaging is the lifeblood of doing business today. The challenge is managing seamless, secure, 100% available, compliant communication across networks. Compatible with any mail server and built on a modular extensible platform, M+Guardian integrates cutting-edge multi-layered anti-spam technology with state-of-the-art virus protection, adaptive reputation filters for outbound scanning, and granular security policies, all ensuring your collaboration system is able to meet the demands of your business.
The new version of the M+Guardian Appliance continues the "Fire-and-Forget" concept underlying Messaging Architects' Guardian technology which is designed to simplify email management, eliminate spam, and help businesses stop data loss, while complying with industry regulations through a centrally-managed, directory-services-enabled policy engine, and delivering clients uninterrupted availability of their collaboration systems.
- Improved connection control
- Spamhaus Project SBL for maximum protection against malicious IP addresses
- Dynamic local IP reputation
- Real-Time and Historical Dashboards of System Activity
- Configurable Executive Reports
- Multiple autonomous spam engines to meet the latest Internet-based security threats
- Unprecedented scalability
The new M+Guardian release is also the first email firewall to offer multiple, autonomous anti-spam engines that operate completely independently from one another and are developed and maintained by independent development and engineering teams. By layering a number of autonomous engines, M+Guardian eliminates the single point of failure that arises when spammers circumvent a given algorithm in the engine and offers a much higher level of resistance against spammers and more solid protection of clients' messaging infrastructures.
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