Symantec MessageLabs Email AntiSpam.cloud
According to Symantec.cloud Intelligence Report figures,
around 75% of worldwide email traffic is spam. If left
uncontrolled, this volume of unsolicited messages would add huge
costs to the processing, storage and control of email, and make it
virtually unusable as a business tool.
The Symantec MessageLabs Email AntiSpam.cloud service
dramatically cuts the amount of spam reaching your organisation, so
that employees no longer waste time reading and deleting spam, and
the processing, storage and bandwidth costs associated with these
unsolicited emails is reduced.
Symantec.cloud Multilayered Spam Defences
The Symantec MessageLabs Email AntiSpam.cloud service employs a
multi-layered defence. At the perimeter of the infrastructure,
innovative Traffic and Connection Management capabilities identify,
slow down and reject known unwanted email.
The next spam barriers are commercial scanners that stop known
threats, and finally Skeptic™ identifies unknown and new spam by
using predictive technology, incorporating thousands of heuristics
rules, Bayesian learning, smart signatures, fuzzy fingerprinting
and dynamic header analysis.
Skeptic™ learns from each message it sees, evolving and updating
in real time to actively protect against the latest spam techniques
while limiting the number of false positives.
Clients have a range of completely customisable handling options
at their disposal for messages identified as spam at the various
layers of the service.
Intuitive administrator and end-user spam quarantine tools
provide for a flexible and productive antispam experience.
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