Secure Computing intros next-gen SMB Network Security Appliance

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Tim Higgins

TrustedSource provides behavior-based reputation scores for IPs, domains, URLs

and email messages. Using this real-time scoring, SnapGear with TrustedSource allows organizations to drop connections from malicious sources at the gateway to help prevent security threats such as spam and phishing, reclaim bandwidth and reduce downstream server processing.

The SnapGear appliance line is available immediately starting at $249 MSRP. For a limited time, all SnapGear customers are eligible to receive a six-month trial license for SnapGear with TrustedSource at no additional cost.

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