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SECNAP Launches Next-Generation Email Security Appliance

Email Security Gateway Powered by SpammerTrap provides advanced antispam technology

BOCA RATON, Fla., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- SECNAP(R) Network Security Corporation, a leading provider of security solutions, has launched its next generation email security appliance with an aggressive promotion for the first quarter of 2009. The advanced Email Security Gateway Powered by SpammerTrap(R) protects businesses from spam-borne viruses, Trojans, worms, DoS and DHA attacks, and other malware. SECNAP enables organizations to experience the benefits of award-winning, next generation email security technology at prices they'd expect to pay for far less robust appliances. And with a recession-fighting promotion now available, organizations who have never tried the SME, ENT or GEM models have no reason to wait. For each SpammerTrap appliance purchased within the free 30-day trial period, SECNAP will apply a credit of $995 toward the purchase, representing up to a full year of support. Next-generation SECNAP anti-spam solutions offer a unique combination of features and benefits not available with similar email security appliances, including:

-- Anti-spam, anti-virus, anti-malware and more in one box; no additional equipment needed, nothing more to buy. -- Quick installation with no ongoing administrator maintenance required; in fact, the appliance was awarded five stars for ease of use in a product review by SC Magazine. -- Virtually 100% accuracy and zero false positives in identifying and blocking malware, earning "Best in Anti-Spam" recognition from Network Products Guide. -- Highly advanced firewall, 4,000 security tests, tarpitting, and comprehensive sender reputation filter work in concert to achieve exceptional results. -- Email archiving, encryption, SSL certificate import, mailbox-based routing, and a robust reporting package are standard with most models.

"I've been in the technology industry a long time," said Jim Garrity, vice president of sales and marketing for SECNAP, "and I've never encountered a security solution that offers more advanced functionality or a more aggressive price-to-value ratio. It's one of the reasons I joined SECNAP. The SpammerTrap email security appliance is ahead of the pack-and our developers intend to keep it there."

The Email Security Gateway Powered by SpammerTrap was recently named one of ten BuzzWorthy Products by Everything Channel, and in a review by SC Magazine this advanced email security appliance was dubbed "The king of spam filters." A complimentary 30-day evaluation of the award-winning anti-spam solution 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(R), available as an appliance or hosted service, SECNAP offers the Network Security Solution Powered by HackerTrap(TM), 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 and compliance audits, web application and WiFi assessments and more. For details visit www.secnap.com .

SOURCE SECNAP Network Security -0- 01/06/2009 /CONTACT: Gail Blount of SECNAP Network Security, +1-561-999-5000, [email protected]/ /Web site: http://www.secnap.com /

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