Symantec Messaging Gateway from the market leader in messaging security extends unparalleled antispam capabilities with personalized protection against unwanted email. Organizations can now customize their definition of unwanted email to personalize the protection they receive, meeting the varied demands of their individual environments. In addition, Symantec Messaging Gateway allows for tight integration with data loss prevention and encryption solutions to protect outbound communications. Virtual deployment of Symantec Messaging Gateway is fully supported to offer customers flexible, cost-effective options for fighting spam.
With Symantec Messaging Gateway, organizations can now block more unwanted email with the controls to better define acceptable inbound communications. Symantec Messaging Gateway includes handling for marketing email and newsletters as well as emails containing suspicious URLs, such as shortened URLs where the target has been obfuscated. In addition, Symantec continues to improve its antispam engine to increase effectiveness.
Symantec Messaging Gateway extends its integration capabilities with Symantec Data Loss Prevention. In addition to the existing on-box integration, Symantec Messaging Gateway gives customers a simple add-on option for Symantec Data Loss Prevention, to provide a robust messaging security and data loss prevention solution from one vendor.
Symantec Messaging Gateway integrates seamlessly into Symantec Protection Center, a single sign-on Web console that provides administrators full access to configuration management, report generation and dashboard views of multiple protection technologies. By bringing together global trends from the Symantec Global Intelligence Network with local threat feeds from integrated security products, Symantec Protection Center provides actionable intelligence to reduce risks and simplify management.
Built for virtual environments
Symantec is helping to drive the adoption of virtualization technology for messaging security with Symantec Messaging Gateway. Symantec offered one of the first virtual appliance offerings in this market, and Symantec's VMware Ready virtual appliance has grown to represent more than 45-percent of production deployments.