Symantec.cloud Email Content and Image Control
The Email Content and Image Control service
provided by Symantec.cloud, identifies and controls confidential,
malicious or inappropriate email content and images from entering
or leaving your organisation. It supports the goal of Data Loss
Prevention and PCI Compliance.
Email Content and Image Control Features:
- Full administrator control
and configuration via the Symantec.cloud ClientNet control
- Scanning within email header
subject, text body and images, as well as supported Microsoft®
Office™, PDF attachments and compressed file types
- Multi-layered image control
service, providing a high level of detection for offensive and
- Administrators set up rules
and determine sensitivity levels in keeping with their acceptable
use policy, with the ability to specify individual senders and
recipients who can bypass the service if required
- Email, which triggers a rule,
is subjected to a range of actions including: block/delete,
redirect to administrator, copy to administrator, tag header, tag
subject line, log only, and compress attachment
- Word list thresholds -
enables administrators to determine how often keywords or phrases
must occur before a rule is triggered
lists of approved senders and recipients, and local image signature
- Dashboard, summary, detailed
and scheduled reporting
Easy to set up and maintain,
this cost-effective, hosted service helps to reduce the risk of
data loss and enables you to establish and enforce an acceptable
use policy, reducing compliance and legal risks, and safeguarding
corporate reputation. This service requires the use of the
Symantec.cloud Antispam, Antivirus service.
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