Protecting your business network requires effective, robust, and reliable email defenses. McAfee SaaS Email Inbound Filtering is a cloud-based solution that blocks more than 99% of spam, viruses, worms, fraudulent messages, and other malware, helping to eliminate the costs of contamination, remediation, wasted bandwidth, and unnecessary storage. Since SaaS Email Inbound Filtering is an in-the-cloud service, there’s no hardware or software to buy or maintain — lowering spam-related costs by approximately 90%.
Complete inbound email protection — SaaS Email Inbound Filtering is a multilayered, perimeter-based solution that analyzes the email flowing into your organization and blocks spam, viruses, worms, phishing scams, and other malware threats, before they ever reach your network. This solution is backed by more than 20 layers of filtering, our Stacked Classification Framework to detect and stop spam, proprietary WormTraq detection technology to intercept zero-hour mass-mailing worms, content and attachment filtering, and fraud protection.
Easy set-and-forget management experience — Streamline service management through our web-based administration and reporting portal. With the intuitive user interface, it’s easy to customize the service to meet your business needs.
24/7 support and threat management — Experts at McAfee Labs use Global Threat Intelligence to provide a dynamic, proactive defense that protects against the very latest inbound threats. You’ll get around-the-clock threat management, trend monitoring, up-to the-minute research, immediate and automatic deployment of updates and patches, and zero-hour protection. Plus, our highly trained support specialists are available 24/7.
Keep email threats far away from your network. McAfee SaaS Email Inbound Filtering works in the cloud to block more than 99% of all spam, viruses, worms, phishing scams, and other inbound email threats outside your network. Our mail exchanger (MX) record-masking technique conceals mail servers from the public Internet to protect against denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, directory harvest attacks, and mail bombs.
Activate your solution in as little as one business day, with a simple MX record redirection. This quick setup and administration further accelerates time to protection.
Streamline management via our unified web-based administrative console. Automatic and continuous updates unburden IT staff from day-to-day threat management. SaaS Email Inbound Filtering frees IT staff to focus on strategic projects that drive your business forward.
Get the most sophisticated features at the most attractive price point. With the McAfee Security-as-a-Service (Security SaaS) model, there’s no hardware or software to buy, maintain, manage, or update, and no long-term contract commitment.
Reduce business disruption and increase employee productivity. SaaS Email Inbound Filtering decreases IT labor costs and risks associated with in-house email threat management.
You will need your own mail domain, such as yourdomain.com; a static IP address or a host name that resolves to an IP address; and a dedicated mail server, either in-house or hosted by an ISP.
Activation starts with a simple mail exchanger (MX) record redirection. You can begin filtering using pre-established default settings, or you can easily fine-tune the settings to your specifications through our intuitive web-based console.
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