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Symantec.cloud

SymantecCobweb has partnered with Symantec.cloud and specialises in using their technology to help you protect your business.

Data is the lifeblood of every company – email, websites, documents – and Cobweb keeps it safe from viruses, spyware, accidents, theft and loss. Symantec.cloud services address three key issues:

  • Data protection - encrypt, backup, archive, recover and secure email communications and documents to protect your business and its confidential information
  • Communication security - protect users from email-borne spam, viruses and inappropriate content and enforce 'acceptable use' policies
  • End-user protection - keep your employees safe from web-based threats and viruses that attack laptops, desktops and servers, wherever your employees are working

 

Email Content / Image Control
Email Antivirus
Email Antispam
Identify and control confidential, malicious or inappropriate email content and images from entering or leaving your organisation. Protect your business with 100% protection from known and unknown viruses, ensuring only virus-free email is delivered to your mail servers. Dramatically cut the amount of spam reaching your organisation so your employees no longer waste time reading and deleting spam.
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