Quick Takes: Products keep enterprises safe from malicious e-mail

Singlefin recently launched its new e-mail product that blocks unwanted messages and stores them offsite, protecting network efficiency. This item leads off this edition of Quick Takes.


Singlefin product stores unwanted e-mail offsite

San Diego-based Singlefin recently announced the launch of its new product that allows corporate IT managers and small businesses to block unwanted e-mail and viruses at the gateway level. The Singlefin system stores junk e-mail messages offsite to preserve network efficiency. Singlefin's three-step process has a 99% efficiency rate for blocking spam, the company said.

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Sigaba secures e-mail gateways for Bank of America desktops

Bank of America and Sigaba this week announced that the two companies have entered into a strategic agreement. Sigaba will provide secure e-mail gateways, encryption and other services to individual desktops to Bank of America. Bank employees using the Sigaba products will be able to freely receive and send electronic messages and documents containing confidential or sensitive information internally and to clients and suppliers in a secure environment.

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Sendmail's Mailstream Manager available

Emeryville, Calif.-based Sendmail recently reported the availability of its new Mailstream Manager product line. Mailstream Manager is a comprehensive e-mail product that includes Sendmail's Advanced Anti-Spam, Anti-Virus, Message Appender, Copier and Flow Control filters, Switch 3 and Log Management Service. The new product addresses the increasing need to filter unwanted email, monitor content distributed through the network, and simplify email system performance analysis and optimization. The flexibility of the product line gives enterprises and service providers the choice of implementing a comprehensive email flow management solution or selecting the products that meet their individual business needs.

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Lancope, NSA team on securing government networks

Lancope, Inc. of Alpharetta, Ga. recently announced a technology transfer licensing and cooperative research and development agreement with the National Security Agency and multiple defense department research entities. The deal is to build Therminator, an appliance for advanced information security, for both government and private deployment. Bringing together best-of-breed technologies across government and private sectors, Project Therminator will produce a graphical representation of network traffic that allows information security specialists and network administrators to recognize and understand the impact of incoming and outgoing network attacks in real-time.

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Gilian integrates eEye's Retina into G-Server

Gilian Technologies of Redwood City, Calif. announced the integration of Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based eEye's Retina vulnerability assessment technology with Gilian's content protection appliance. As a result of the collaboration with eEye Digital Security, Gilian's G-Server platform will enable both proactive, scheduled scanning and reactive intrusion tracing. Using Retina, the G-Server console can be used to pinpoint potential weaknesses and provide remedies to safeguard networks.

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