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SECNAP Adds Outbound Filtering, Other New Features to Email Security in the Cloud

New features include outbound filtering for viruses and attachments, outbound content filtering, advanced backscatter protection

BOCA RATON, Fla., March 25, 2010 " Email security in the cloud from SECNAP' Network Security has raised the bar for hosted services with a new enhancement that adds outbound filtering for viruses and attachments, outbound content filtering, advanced backscatter protection, and other new features.

One of SECNAP's most popular products, SpammerTrap hosted service now incorporates virus and attachment filtering for outbound email, serves as an outbound smart host, supports outbound logging, and provides advanced backscatter protection. In addition, Premier hosted service offers outbound content filtering, outbound spam filtering, and optional email archiving.

SECNAP email security solutions prevent phishing, directory harvest and denial of service attacks, provide inbound and outbound TLS email encryption, leverage a sophisticated email firewall, and are compatible with Microsoft Exchange and all other popular mail systems.

SpammerTrap products and services are offered through Tech Data and the SECNAP Channel One Partner community. A free trial is available for businesses who wish to evaluate the cloud-based solution and its features, as well as for those who would like to evaluate the SpammerTrap appliance.

"SpammerTrap hosted service provides email security as a service for businesses who need the performance and filtering accuracy of our feature-rich appliance, but prefer not to purchase hardware," said Michael Scheidell, SECNAP founder and developer of the SpammerTrap. "It's scalable for clients of all sizes, and our integrated support package makes this solution truly seamless."

SECNAP value-added resellers have been highly successful in leveraging the innovative cloud-based service to expand their customer bases, offer competitive rates even to smaller businesses, and generate new monthly revenues.

"Viruses and other spam-borne threats represent an ongoing risk," said Bob Hochmuth, vice president for SLPowers, a SECNAP Channel One Partner. "With many customers deferring capital expenditures right now, SpammerTrap cloud-based service is the ideal solution. Our user community has grown exponentially as a result."

About SECNAP SECNAP Network Security provides exceptional business security solutions. In addition to award-winning SpammerTrap Email Security, the company's managed Network Security solution ensures unrivaled 24/7 protection of network and information assets. A rich portfolio of Security Services includes external penetration testing, HIPAA, GLBA, FFIEC, SOX and other compliance assessments, web application and wireless assessments, social engineering testing, war dial assessments and more. For details visit www.secnap.com.

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