Israel startup Vanguard Security Technologies last week unveiled an e-mail security application that lets corporations control and secure their messaging systems better. Mailguardian Enterprise defines, maintains and enforces corporate messaging security policies such as privacy, authentication, content screening and delivery. The Vanguard tool runs on Windows NT and requires an SMTP-based messaging server. Due next month, Mailguardian Enterprise starts at $2,495 (#1,459) for 25 users. www.vguard.com.
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