Sonicwall 01-Ssc-5349 Software License/Upgrade 1 License(S) 3 Year(S)SKU: 01-SSC-5349
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SonicWall 01-SSC-5349. License quantity: 1 license(s), License term in years: 3 year(s), Software type: Upgrade
Email is vital to business communications and operations. However, as the volume of email increases, so too does the amount of ransomware, phishing, business email compromise (BEC), spoofing, spam and virus attacks.
What’s more, government regulations (e.g., PCI, HIPAA, GDPR, etc.) now hold your business accountable for protecting confidential data, ensuring it is not leaked and supporting the secure exchange of email that contains sensitive customer data or confidential information.
Deploying and maintaining an on-premises email security solution is CAPEX-intensive and creates administrative overhead. Organizations can benefit from replacing legacy solutions with an easy-to-use, affordable cloud-based security solution. This helps protect organizations from email-borne threats such as ransomware, zero-day attacks, spear-phishing and BEC ─ all while meeting email compliance and regulatory mandates.
The new SonicWall Email Security 9.1 solution now includes email continuity to minimize business impact during planned and unplanned outages to your email servers.
Hosted email security
SonicWall Hosted Email Security (HES) offers comprehensive cloud-based email protection to stop ransomware and other email-borne threats before they reach your network.
Email attachments are scanned by the SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service, a multi-engine sandbox that automatically detects and prevents advanced threats from reaching your network. The solution blocks ransomware and zero-day threats in the cloud and ensures only safe emails are delivered to your inbox. Get the scalability you need with no upfront costs and predictable subscription rates.
Why email continuity is important
Business are global, operate 24/7 and depend on email. Outages to email services have significant impact on an organization’s productivity and disrupts business.
Traditional approaches to email continuity — designed to ensure high availability with on-prem email deployments — have proven costly and ineffective. In many cases, this leaves organizations with continued outages.
Small- and medium-sized business (SMB) can rarely justify the cost of building a highly redundant messaging infrastructure. Moving to cloud-based solutions enables organizations to lower costs and deliver better service, but outages are inevitable.
For example, Microsoft Office 365 claims a high degree of service availability (via their service-level agreements, or SLAs) at a global level, but when individual regions or businesses are involved, impact can be high. (For a helpful resource, outages to cloud service providers are recorded at downdector.com.)
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