Protecting your email network with a layered security architecture

Friday, 26 August 2005, 2:55 PM EST

As an enterprise IT manager, your biggest email headache today is viruses. Yesterday it was spam. Tomorrow it will be Denial of Service attacks. Or perhaps customer privacy, regulatory compliance or employee misuse of email will consume your time and attention.

The truth is, no single product is a silver bullet. Large enterprises with complex networks need to take an architectural approach to email security.

In this informative 50-minute webcast, Sendmail will explain.

* The four basic layers of email security architecture
* Typical security gaps in complex email networks, and how to fix them
* Best practices to improve email security in a multi-vendor environment

At net-security.bitpipe.com, free registration required.

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