Security In Unity
VirtualConnect Technologies, an 'Internet security provider', has
announced its partnership with ScanSafe Inc., a managed Web security
company. VirtualConnect would provide its customers ScanSafe's 'Web
Filtering', 'Spyware Screening', 'Web Virus' and 'IM Control solutions'.
ScanSafe security solutions do not require any hardware, maintenance or
upfront capital costs and it give real-time protection from attacks. Its
services enhance productivity, reduce bandwidth utilization and offer a
low ownership cost. ScanSafe's service can be deployed very rapidly
through scalable, high-performance Internet-level processing units. It
makes sure that customers can carry out URL filtering and scan malware in
real-time to avoid dormancy. Apart from this, ScanSafe provides
enterprises with tools that are easy to use to design enforce and proctor
'Web and IM use' policy.
David Setzer, President, VirtualConnect, said that keeping the web and IM
safe from viruses, spyware, adware and undesirable content is a critical
security issue for all businesses. However, security control options
available for small and medium-sized firms have been limited. By joining
with ScanSafe, it is now possible for VirtualConnect to provide its
"Server Message Block" customers the best possible 'Web Security' and 'IM
Control' in a regulated service. This way, the service can be easily
deployed and affordable.
According to Roy Tuvey, President, ScanSafe, Web and IM threats cause
significant worry to businesses worldwide. A ScanSafe solution is a
managed service that eliminates this worry by removing malware and
unwanted matter before they reach the corporate network. This helps to
free internal IT resources to focus the company's attention on projects
more inclined to core business.
ScanSafe is happy about how VirtualConnect understands and reaches into
the SMB market area. ScanSafe has built a reputation to protect e-mails
based on a responsibility to provide enterprises with 'quality e-mail
security' at an affordable cost for SMBs.
The company says that this threat protection is based on 'Outbreak
Intelligence Investigative technology' that's pending for the patent. This
technology provides protection from internal and external attacks,
including 'Zero-hour' threats that do not wait for the availability of
signature to appear.
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» SPAMfighter News - 9/27/2006