Messaging-security gateway defined

October 2007
Network World;10/15/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 40, p48
Trade Publication
The article discusses the messaging-security gateway, a firewall for electronic mail (e-mail). It is said to scan both inbound and outbound e-mail, a messaging security gateway which applies all in of the e-mail-specific protection needed to do business in a spam, virus and malwareladen world. An overview of the four security features of a messaging-security gateway includes spam filtering, virus and malware blocking and content filtering, is offered. Moreover, it is believed that businesses needs content filtering and archiving features, where messaging-security gateways are moving to provide these services.


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