Symantec MessageLabs Email AntiVirus.cloud
Every day, organisations face potential communication,
operational and intellectual property disruption from malicious
software (‘malware’) and other email-borne threats, such as
The sophistication of email threats has evolved; going beyond
just viruses and spam with virus, spam and spyware writers now
sharing methods. As a result, different types of attack have
started to merge and pose greater threats to your organisation,
leading to a significant increase in email-related costs.
Some attacks are so targeted they never even appear on the
antivirus industry radar and are not properly identified or stopped
by reactive signature-based antivirus scanners.
The Symantec MessageLabs Email AntiVirus.cloud service
represents a significant step forward in the ongoing battle against
unwanted virus writers, because it can deal with known and unknown
threats long before they reach your network.
Symantec.cloud Multilayered Antivirus Defences
At the heart of our services is Skeptic™, a proprietary threat
ecosystem, which has been continuously developed since 1999.
Skeptic™ sits at the internet level, scanning billions of
electronic communications every week, learning from each one and
automatically updating itself. The more it sees, the smarter it
gets, further enhancing its threat detection capability and
providing protection from known and unknown viruses.
As well as providing your organisation with protection from
known and unknown viruses, advanced heuristics are constantly
refined to help combat phishing, Trojans and other malicious
content, which can help you to avoid using valuable time and
resources, dealing with malware outbreaks and the associated clean
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