Kaspersky Security for Mail Server works to protect mail on the latest versions of major emailing platforms – including Microsoft Exchange and Linux-based servers.
Intelligent, cloud-assisted spam filtering for Microsoft Exchange and Linux-based mail servers works in real time to significantly reduce the traffic load from unwanted messages.
With a new anti-malware engine, load balancing of server resources, optimized scanning technology, and the ability to exclude specified objects from scanning processes, Kaspersky Security for Mail Server helps to maintain performance and minimize the resources needed to perform antivirus scans.
This solution is particularly well suited to addressing the security requirements, concerns and constraints of these enterprise sectors.
Hijos de Rivera is an independent company and has a large portfolio of products, including the Estrella Galicia brand of beer, mineral water, wine, cider, sangria and spirits. Faced with the need to centralize and unify the company’s IT policies, Hijos de Rivera decided to restructure its IT security at the end of 2013.
In early 2014, Krombacher decided to replace its existing security system with a multi-level security concept. The Kreuztal based brewery has a network of 850 clients spread across three locations, and a number of field staff. Being able to manage the new security solution centrally was therefore absolutely essential.
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Email remains the number one route into attacking and disrupting any major organization. Your choice of email security solution largely dictates the likelihood of:
Ransomware attacking through an infected email or attachment
Systems penetration as part of an APT
Phishing scams, defrauding employees and the business
Time-wasting, resource-hogging spam
Time-wasting 'false positives' generated by over-automated anti-spam
Data loss, and non-compliance with data protection legislation