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SurfControl Intros Bundles for SMBs

SurfControl announces new email and Web protection bundles for SMBs

SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. -- SurfControl (London: SRF), a leading provider of global on-demand, network and endpoint IT security solutions, has introduced a range of new E-mail and Web Protection Bundles to raise the level of security and protection for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

The E-mail and Web Protection Bundles combine SurfControl’s award-winning URL filtering, e-mail spam, and content filtering solutions. An optional Anti-Virus Agent Bundle protects users from e-mail-borne malware, from spyware to worms and Trojans.

The SurfControl bundles deliver multi-layered, comprehensive protection for SMBs that guard against the latest-generation blended threats, which use multiple attack vectors to target networks. The intuitive, centralized management interface enables SMB IT managers to implement, manage and maintain their e-mail and Web security with minimal effort.

“Businesses today are looking for a security solution that offers layered protection against blended threats, yet is still cost effective,” said Harnish Patel, senior vice president of EMEA sales at SurfControl. “With comprehensive protection in a single solution, we’re helping smaller businesses to deploy enterprise-class security on their networks in a way that’s more affordable and easier to manage.”

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