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SECNAP Enhances SpammerTrap With Email Content Filtering

New feature enables clients to monitor and control the content of inbound and outbound email messages and enforce policies to prevent sensitive data from being leaked

BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- SECNAP' Network Security Corporation has further enhanced its award-winning Email Security Gateway Powered by SpammerTrap' with the addition of Email Content Filtering, enabling clients to monitor and control the content of inbound and outbound email messages and enforce policies to prevent sensitive data from being leaked. The addition is one in a series of ongoing enhancements that keep SpammerTrap on the cutting edge of email security.

A recent Identity Theft Resource Center report indicates that more than 35 million data records were breached last year in the U.S., and that the overall number of breaches jumped 47 percent. Data leakage, whether intentional or inadvertent, has become an enormous problem.

SpammerTrap email content filtering provides an additional layer of security against this threat. Client system administrators use a simple set-up screen to specify rules for filtering personally identifiable information (PII), such as social security and account numbers, along with keywords, customized expressions, and patterns of content. Several other features add to client convenience, including:

- Filtering of either subject content, email body content, or both - Four options for control of individual emails containing specified content (tag, quarantine, whitelist, or block) - Robust reporting functionality for tracking content filtering results and measuring performance.

"This enhancement provides advanced data protection," said SECNAP chief technology officer, Michael Scheidell. "It also facilitates compliance with SOX, HIPAA and GLBA regulatory requirements, and helps clients avoid the unwanted publicity that can result from compromised email."

Offered through the SECNAP partner network, the SpammerTrap Email Security Gateway was dubbed "King of Spam Filters" by SC Magazine and won the Best Anti-Spam Product Award in 2008 from Network Products Guide. A complimentary 30-day evaluation of the SpammerTrap is available on request.

About SECNAP SECNAP Network Security is a leading provider of email and network security innovations for organizations ranging from small businesses to global enterprises. In addition to the Email Security Gateway Powered by SpammerTrap, SECNAP offers the Network Security Solution Powered by HackerTrap, a patent-pending managed service that provides unrivaled 24/7 protection of network and information assets, and Security Services that include external penetration testing, security audits, SOX, HIPAA and GLBA compliance audits, web application and WiFi assessments and more. For details visit www.secnap.com. Available Topic Expert(s): For information on the listed expert(s), click appropriate link. Michael Scheidell https://profnet.prnewswire.com/Subscriber/ExpertProfile.aspx?ei=72768

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

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