M86 Security has updated its MailMarshal Email Content Manager security product to boost manageability, scalability and support for Microsoft Exchange, as well as releasing a new virtual appliance version of its web gateway product.
The email policy management product, formerly known as M86 MailMarshal Exchange, supports Exchange 2007 and 2010 and allows IT admins to apply granular policy control over all inbound and outbound messages.
Also featured is centralised policy management and reporting, and detailed content inspection. The product can be used standalone or in combination with the Secure Email Gateway, the firm said.
"Having a multi-layered solution gives our customers the flexibility to use the right tools in the right places, which is essential for effective email content management and security," said Werner Thalmeier, vice president of product management at M86 Security.
"With M86 MailMarshal Email Content Manager and M86 MailMarshal Secure Email Gateway, organisations can choose to manage and deploy solutions appropriate to their environment and business needs."
Also launched today is the virtual appliance version of the firm's Secure Web Gateway, which will sit alongside other delivery options as a regular appliance or hybrid cloud service.
The product features improved detection of dynamic malware, claimed M86.
"The enhancements we have made to our real-time code analysis represent the most accurate malicious code detection and malware protection, even on the most complex dynamic and Web 2.0-based threats," said Thalmeier.
"Just as exciting is M86's ability to offer our industry-leading web security in a virtual appliance version of our Secure Web Gateway, which meets a real market need for flexible deployment of web security."
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