IronPort Upgrades Email Security Appliance

IronPort eases messaging administrator's workload with advanced M-Series security management appliance

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

January 28, 2008

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. -- IronPort Systems, a Cisco business unit and a leading provider of enterprise spam, virus and spyware protection, bolstered its award-winning messaging security appliances with significant updates to the powerful M-Series security management appliance. Already installed and operated at the world's largest enterprises and Internet service providers, the updated M-Series features enhancements to its interactive reporting features, unique message tracking capabilities, and built-in data loss prevention functionality. Combined with IronPort's best-of-breed email and Web security appliances, messaging administrators now have a single interface to manage their efforts to secure their networks against messaging threats.

"With spam spewing out at the rate of 120 billion messages per day, a rash of spyware hitting corporate desktops, and malware permeating the network through email and the web, messaging administrators are the first line of defense in enterprise network environments," said Tom Gillis, vice president of marketing for IronPort. "With its unmatched performance, comprehensive reporting, and detailed message tracking capabilities, the M-Series significantly enhances the ability to accurately and effectively manage messaging protection across all layers of the solution."

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