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M86 Security Updates E-mail Content Management Solution

February 17, 2011

M86 Security has enhanced capabilities of its MailMarshal E-mail Content Manager (ECM), which offers centralized management, increased scalability and support for Microsoft Exchange 2010.

Designed to meet both current and future needs of e-mail content management and policy enforcement, M86 MailMarshal ECM is like other products in the M86 MailMarshal product family. M86 Security has developed a solution that allows companies to apply precise and granular policy control over all messages passing through their Exchange infrastructure as they are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of managing internal e-mail in addition to inbound and outbound e-mail.

M86 MailMarshal Secure Email Gateway (M86 MailMarshal SEG) provides total e-mail content security through unified threat management, anti-spam, content security, policy enforcement and data leakage prevention, the company stated in a press release.

“Having a multi-layered solution gives our customers the flexibility to use the right tools in the right places, which is essential for effective email content management and security," said Werner Thalmeier, vice president of Product Management, M86 Security. "With M86 MailMarshal E-mail Content Manager (ECM) and M86 MailMarshal Secure E-mail Gateway (SEG), organizations can choose to manage and deploy solutions appropriate to their environment and business needs.”

M86 MailMarshal ECM provides features such as In-depth centralized reporting; an entirely updated content inspection engine; integration with the M86 Marshal Reporting Console; Centralized policy management for enterprise Exchange environments; and support for Microsoft Exchange 2007 and 2010, the company stated in a press release.

Recently, the company released a report where it stated that there had been significant drop in spam in recent months. However, the report said cyber criminals were strengthening their foothold with creative new phishing methods. Cyber criminals were making exploit kits more robust to gain further presence. M86 Security Labs mapped trends in H2 2010 for its bi-annual report and analyzed spam, phishing, and malware activity, and tracked global Internet security trends.

Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf

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