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SenSage announces support of Symantec Messaging Security through integrations with Symantec Mail Security, Symantec Brightmail AntiSpam

SAN FRANCISCO -- SenSage, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise event data management solutions, today announced SenSage support of Symantec Messaging Security through integrations with Symantec Mail Security for SMTP and Symantec Brightmail AntiSpam. The partnership provides Symantec customers with an enhanced method for better understanding, monitoring and reporting on their electronic messaging environment.

The cornerstone of this new offering is the SenSage Solution for Symantec Messaging Security, developed by SenSage and certified through the Symantec Technology Enabled Program (STEP), which allows data to be pulled directly from the Symantec messaging security solutions. The solution is powered by SenSage’s patented event data management and analytics engine that can collect hundreds of millions of events per day and provide cost-effective storage and analytics on that data over years. The solution allows organizations to benefit from expanded manageability and compliance monitoring, with the ability to quickly see the health of their messaging infrastructure, as well as instantly research system issues and perform detailed compliance investigations. Out-of-box reporting allows administrators to track e-mail messages across all system components, produce compliance reports and perform root-cause analysis of failures.

“Symantec is committed to protecting our customers against the risk of e-mail threats at the earliest point of network entry – the SMTP gateway,” said Matt Hartwell-Herrero, group product manager, Symantec Information Foundation. “Together, Symantec and SenSage have teamed to offer a complete reporting solution that provides full visibility for administrators across Symantec’s messaging security solutions.”

SenSage Inc.

Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC)

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