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SECNAP Delivers Email Security From The Cloud

Virtual Private SpammerTrap provides email security in the cloud for clients who prefer not to purchase or maintain their own hardware

BOCA RATON, Fla., May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- SECNAP' Network Security Corporation is making it easier than ever to test-drive The Next Big Thing: its SpammerTrap' Email Security solution. The technology firm has augmented its popular SpammerTrap product line with a Virtual Private SpammerTrap (VPS) offering, and new clients can initiate a free 30-day trial within 48 hours or less.

The all-in-one SpammerTrap Email Security solution protects businesses from spam-borne viruses and other malware and offers encryption, content filtering, archiving and more in one smart appliance, at one recession-friendly price.

The Virtual Private SpammerTrap provides email security in the cloud for clients who want the performance, accuracy and features of the function-rich appliance, but prefer not to purchase or maintain their own hardware.

"Cloud applications and virtualized services are getting tremendous attention as businesses look for real savings in today's economy," said Jim Garrity, vice president of sales and marketing for SECNAP. "We send clients simple login instructions within a few hours, and in most cases we're filtering email the same day. Now, anyone can easily experience the feature-rich SpammerTrap as a virtual solution, and see the amazing results for themselves."

The Virtual Private SpammerTrap is scalable to support clients with 25 to more than 25,000 email users, and can also be deployed as a hybrid solution in tandem with client-premise equipment. The robust SpammerTrap appliance series accommodates as many as two million users.

A risk-free six-month 100% Money Back Guarantee is standard with all SpammerTrap models. This innovative guarantee takes the risk out of making the switch from a current email security solution to the all-in-one SpammerTrap appliance. Free 30-day product trials are also available.

Offered exclusively through the SECNAP Channel One partner network, the SpammerTrap Email Security solution recently won the 2009 Tomorrow's Technology Today and Global Product Excellence Customer Trust awards sponsored by Info Security Products Guide.

About SECNAP SECNAP Network Security is a leading provider of security solutions for business. 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, security and compliance audits that address HIPAA, GLBA, FFIEC, SOX and other regulatory requirements, web application and Wi-Fi assessments, and more. For details visit www.secnap.com.

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CONTACT: Gail Blount, of SECNAP Network Security Corporation, +1-561-999-5000, [email protected]

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