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eSafe Version 8.6 Has Been Released

Discover eSafe Content Security v8.6

When it comes to content security, it is essential to stay ahead of the times by incorporating new features and functions for a more secure email and web gateway. We are glad to announce the release of eSafe Content Security v8.6  managed availability from June 28, 2011

New Functionalities & Enhancements

The highlights of this release of eSafe include:

  • Additional Data Loss / Leak Prevention (DLP) functionality with an advanced dictionary creator tool
    - Allows create unique and costume DLP dictionaries per the organization needs with full Unicode support
  • New Transparent SSL Mode
    - Intercepts and scans encrypted SSL/HTTP traffic is now built-in part of the eSafe bridge/router installation mode
  • Web Quota Control enhancements
    - New competitive feature allowing monitor and enforce company policy for users/groups that exceeded their daily web quota
  • Mail IP Reputation features
    - New Anti-Spam engine that rejects spam email based on the sender IP reputation on connection time.
    - Rejects and eliminates 80% of spam email before they even establish SMTP connection
  • New dynamic URL Filtering Engine
    - 80 URL categories, over 100m URLs categories - More than 90% URL category classification
    - No more huge local DB, only local dynamic cache with common URLs
  • New Web 2.0 Script analysis engine
    - New faster and better script analysis engine to treat the latest up-to-date malwares and web exploits
  • Central Management functionalities enhancements

For more information about the new eSafe v8.6 version and evaluation process, please contact your local SafeNet sales representative

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