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MANAGED SECURITY SERVICES NEWS Web Security Services 2.0 MessageLabs Price: Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware and URL filtering start at a combined price of $5 per user per month MessageLabs' Web Security Services 2.0 is built on a proprietary Web-scanning architecture and features full integration with MessageLabs' existing email and instant messaging services. It is offered as two services: URL filtering, which enforces acceptable-use policies for Web browsing; and Anti-Spyware and Anti-Virus, which combines best-of-breed technology with MessageLabs' proprietary Skeptic. Skeptic uses Converged Threat Analysis, taking recent threat and reputation information from other protocols, such as email, and applying that knowledge to Web traffic. Web Content Manager Postini Price: Complete with filtering and scanning, it starts at $67 per user per year Postini's Web Content Manager service provides protection against Web-based malware and policy violations. Postini announced the service with Web-scanning service provider ScanSafe. The URL filtering and antivirus/antispyware ... Access >>>
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