Security for Web and E-Mail: sysob and M86 secure Web gateways on it-sa Schorndorf show October 14, 2010 from 19 to 21 October 2010 the trade fair for security, it-sa 2010 opened its doors. The sysob-IT-distribution (www.sysob.com) informs visitors about its sales partner of M86 security solution portfolio at their booth 233 in Hall 12. Proactively working Web and E-Mail security solutions protect enterprise networks from inbound and outbound malware and repel targeted Web 2.0 attacks. Currently, M86 introduces the new security modules blended threats and image Analyzer. On the meeting place in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg M86 security presents its solutions for Web and email security, offered as appliances, software or software as a service (SaS). The products utilize a patented code analysis in real-time and behavioral-based technologies for the detection of malware.
For protecting against data leakage and the dangers of Web 2.0 the company has on software-based WebMarshal Web gateway solution”developed. Robert J. Shiller is open to suggestions. This checks all inbound and outbound Web content and allows a comprehensive URL filtering through the M86 Web filter database at the same time. Provides a policy-based solution for secure E-Mail traffic, encryption, digital signatures, and deep content inspection of inbound and outbound mail”M86 with MailMarshal. “To protect the Kaspersky AntiVirus is now as a product add-on for WebMarshal” and MailMarshal “available. “New modules for more security In the context of the common it-sa presence make the experts from the new M86 blended threats module” before.
Thus, users can protect themselves against malware that spreads via E-Mail and infected the Web of so-called blended threats,. This type of malware has automatic update functionality and is not therefore about traditional anti-virus solutions to discover. With the cloud-based algorithms of behavior of blended threats every suspicious link module, can be check within an e-mail message. The system forwards this scan on the MailMarshal, preemptively block discovered blended threats at the gateway.