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January 31, 2014

Broadview Strengthens Email Security Arsenal to Combat Cyber Threats

Broadview, a provider of cloud-based communications, realizes the importance of protecting mission critical business data, and has strengthened its email security and archiving arsenal, provided by McAfee (News - Alert), to give its customers peace of mind. Considering that email is commonly being used for business communication, it has directed its efforts in that direction.

“Since email is the primary form of communication for today’s businesses, it is vital to provide customers with secure protection while also meeting regulatory compliance requirements with ease and affordability,” said Brian Crotty, chief operating officer at Broadview.

Considering that McAfee provides the ultimate in security and flexibility, Broadview is in a strong position to tout its e-mail security and archiving capabilities. It offers multilayered scanning to ward off malware and phishing attacks, protects against spam and also from massive-scale email attacks.

For those who require advanced protection, Broadview offers optional email encryption, and its archiving and compliance services preserve emails and all attachments for the purpose of regulatory audit or compliance.

In addition, the Broadview solution also guarantees greater business continuity by ensuring redundancy at all network layers, full support for regulatory and compliance requirements and other powerful features.

Broadview offers assurance to those who are in the cloud. The security connected framework from McAfee enables businesses to integrate multiple products and services, for centralized and effective collaboration, with all security controls in place to support their goals. The security connected concepts can be adapted to suit unique risks of individual companies.

Another advantage that the security connected approach affords is that it gives visibility into who is using what device or system and what is going on. All servers, applications, network devices and databases are under the scanner.

Broadview’s security and archiving services complement its Hosted Microsoft (News - Alert) Exchange services, and with the two stalwarts around – Microsoft and McAfee - businesses can hopefully defend themselves better against stealthy malware threats that are always doing rounds.

Crotty noted that “With the termination of Google’s (News - Alert) email security platform, Postini, at the end of 2013, Broadview is also offering free consulting and trials to customers who have been affected by this change.” 




Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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