Protecting the Microsoft Exchange 2007 and 2010 Environment
Source: Trend Micro
Since its debut in 1996, Trend Micro Scan Mail for Microsoft Exchange has seen many changes in email threats and scanning technologies. Scan Mail scanning software has always provided customers with a high-performance, low-administration solution that effectively keeps critical organizational email free of unwanted and malicious content in the face of an ever-evolving threat landscape. Enterprise security professionals understand that the motivation behind malware has shifted from creating chaos to making money. The server roles that can be present in Exchange 2007 and 2010 deployments are Client Access, Edge Transport, Hub transport, Mailbox and Unified message. According to the Radicati Group, there are an estimated 1.3 billion email users worldwide that send and receive nearly 210 billion emails per day. TrendLabsSM has found that almost 90% of email is unsolicited bulk email spam. At least 80% of spam is English-language. Today's email threats have become much more sophisticated and insidious. Organizations increasingly find that they need A strong antispam defense, including sender and content-oriented inspection, to help stop malware, Dedicated detection of malware that includes spy ware, Trojans, and other threats-not just viruses, Zero-day protection that acts independently of pattern-file updates- Identification of links to malicious sites, instead of just malicious attachments and new security techniques and models to defeat cyber criminals at the "Change the pattern-file game". The solution no longer has not clustered mailbox servers, nor does it use the Windows Failover Cluster resources.