SecurityGateway 6.0 – Now With Message Archival and Enhanced Data Leak Protection

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Although the types of attacks that cybercriminals are capable of launching these days vary wildly, email is still the number one way they gain access to networks.

As an administrator, you’re the place the buck stops, so one of the the highest priority items on your list of responsibilities should be finding an email security vendor you can rely on.

If you use Microsoft Exchange, MDaemon or another on-premise email server, SecurityGateway from Texas-based MDaemon technologies should absolutely be on your radar.

Out of the box it’ll provide you with highly effective protection against viruses, spam, phishing and spyware, plus short term retention for users, and in this latest release we see enhancements in the very topical area of Data Leak Prevention (DLP) and the addition of basic message archival.

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Coming Soon: CryptoSafeGuard Ransomware Protection for BackupAssist

When the Australian development team at BackupAssist let me know there would be an anti-ransomware feature available so soon after the recent high profile cryptolocker attacks, I have to admit, the timing seemed almost a little too convenient.

Until any concrete evidence comes to light, we’ll work on the basis they just know the market, but my investigations will continue nonetheless 🙂

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How to Analyse MDaemon Logs Using Microsoft Excel

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A popular feature of MDaemon is its ability to let administrators quickly pinpoint message activity and session information using detailed logs. Sometimes, however, what’s required is more an overview of server usage such as how load is being shared across users or mailboxes for example.

In this post I take a look at how you can use Microsoft Excel to query data you may not even be aware is available in MDaemon!

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