SolarWinds MSP today announced the launch of SolarWinds Mail Assure, a cloud-based email malware protection and spam filtering solution, that acts as a protective layer for all incoming and outgoing email.
The global leader in delivering comprehensive, scalable IT service management solutions to IT solution providers and MSPs has created the threat detection system to continuously update over two million domains in over 85 countries.
The Mail Assure spam and threat protection also helps to effectively shield users from email threats; to act as a failsafe if a company’s primary email service goes down.
The solution provides business continuity and user access to email flow. Mail Assure also allows users to:
- Integrate with virtually any on-premises or cloud-based email service, including Microsoft Office 365 and Exchange
- Brand the solution with company logo and interface colour scheme
- Specify the location of servers within North America or Europe for regulatory compliancy
- Use any web-connected device with responsive UI design
- View comprehensive, detailed mail logs and reports
- Search indexed archives for copying and compression of all inbound and outbound emails
- Import existing archive data and export searched data to normal formats
Greg Lissy, vice president of product management at SolarWinds MSP, said: “The most vulnerable vector for malicious business attacks is email.
“According to recent research, 91% of cyber attacks and the resulting data breach begin with a spear phishing email. In this high-threat world, it’s more important than ever for IT service providers to provide a reliable and stable mail protection solution that offers spam filtering and seamless integration at an affordable price.
“Even if customers have a primary layer of security, as with Microsoft Office 365, Mail Assure provides an additional layer of defence to prevent spam, virus, and ransomware attacks-providing users with increased reliability, email continuity, and top-of-the-line email security.”
Written from press release by Leah Alger