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Symantec's Messaging Security: The Best Protection for Email
Speakers: George Maculley, Technical Field Enablement, Symantec Ron Poserina, Director of Messaging and Web Security, Symantec
Google and Microsoft have recently made announcements they are significantly de-emphasizing their support of mail security solutions for their customers. On August 16th Google announced they would be retiring their Postini product and moving all customers to a brand new solution built on the Google Apps platform. Similarly, Microsoft announced on September 12th they would discontinuing further releases of Forefront Protection for Exchange (FPE), adding extremely limited mail security functionality in the Exchange 2013 release.
If you are currently using either Google Postini or Microsoft Forefront Protection for Exchange (FPE) it is advisable to start immediately looking for a different solution in order to ensure that you have continuing email security. Google and Microsoft have both recently made announcements they are significantly de-emphasizing their support of mail security solutions for their customers.
Even if you aren't currently using one of these products we would like to let you know that Symantec is as strong as ever when it comes to email security and will continue on that same path.
Join our upcoming webcasts to learn how you can:
Increase employee productivity while reducing the risk of security breaches.
Quickly respond to new messaging threats with this market leading messaging security solution.
Keep your confidential data from leaving, protecting your company's reputation.
Whether you prefer an on-premise or SaaS, Symantec has email security solutions that ensure the least amount of spam and malware get to your end users while also helping prevent outbound sensitive information from leaving your environment.