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Webroot E-Mail Security SaaS Delivers Perimeter Protection for SMB Market

Helps prevent data loss

Webroot has released Webroot E-Mail Security SaaS (Software as a Service). Targeted at small- to medium-sized businesses that want easier-to-manage perimeter security, Webroot’s new security SaaS solution delivers better protection and lower total cost of ownership.

Webroot E-mail Security SaaS is the result of Webroot’s November 2007 merger with Email Systems, an SaaS security provider in the UK. Email Systems, now Webroot, protects more than 1,500 businesses and 2.5 million e-mail boxes worldwide with this e-mail management, protection and compliance solution. When integrated with Webroot AntiSpyware Corporate Edition with AntiVirus end-point protection, companies can have a multi-layered approach to security that provides an effective alternative to the traditional hardware- or software-based perimeter solutions. Webroot’s e-mail security service uses up to five different antivirus and two different spam filtering engines.

Webroot E-mail Security SaaS resides outside an organization’s network, requiring no additional hardware, software, or personnel resources to manage daily security operations. In addition, Webroot’s content filtering and data archiving capabilities prevent against data loss and help to fulfill compliance and data storage requirements. Webroot also guarantees a 99.999 percent service availability to ensure that customers have access to a secure e-mail communications environment.

Webroot E-mail Security SaaS features:

  • Antivirus
  • Anti-spam and Anti-phishing
  • Encryption
  • Content Control
  • Image Filtering
  • Business Continuity
  • Archiving

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