Boca Raton, FL, August 11, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Rule18 Email Security and Privacy solution developed by SECNAP Network Security has won five stars in SC Magazine’s 2011 product review of email content management solutions.
Rule18 earned top marks for its rich features, exceptional performance and stellar support, and also scored high in ease of use, documentation and value for the money.
In evaluating the SECNAP email security and privacy appliance, product review staff remarked on the multi-functionality of the gateway device. Robust inbound and outbound content filtering enables powerful, policy-based transport layer security (TLS) email encryption and highly accurate malware, virus and spam filtering.
The Rule18 Email Security and Privacy solution incorporates an advanced email firewall, and leverages SECNAP Network Security’s legendary ease of use. End-user encryption of emails is as simple as pressing Send.
“Rule18 is easy for IT administrators to set up and configure and, as SC Magazine review staff observed, the selection of policy choices is both broad and deep,” said Michael Scheidell. “But we also designed Rule18 for the end-user—particularly today’s mobile professionals whose smartphones are their lifelines. Using Rule18 is transparent for them, with no user portals, special downloads, links to click or keys to exchange.”
Rule18 was the first email encryption product to support the universe of smartphones, including Android, BlackBerry, iPhone and Windows, and in May was named Best Product of 2011 in the Mobile Solutions category by the Network Products Guide.
The Rule18 Email Security and Privacy solution is compatible with all popular email servers and platforms, and complies with HITECH, HIPAA, GLBA and state-specific regulations as well as the Data Protection Act. It is fully scalable to meet the needs of mid-size businesses and global enterprises across all industries, and is available as a gateway appliance or cloud-based service.
The Rule18 Email Security and Privacy solution debuted in October 2010, when SECNAP chief technology officer, Michael Scheidell, presented to a standing-room-only audience at the Hacker Halted USA Conference in Miami.
SECNAP Network Security develops information technology and cybersecurity solutions that enable business to be conducted securely on the Internet, leveraging an Integrated Security Management (ISM) platform to deliver award-winning network security, email security and privacy services in the cloud at total lower cost of ownership. An extensive suite of security audit services includes external penetration testing, internal vulnerability assessment, HITECH, HIPAA, GLBA and other compliance assessments, web application and wireless assessments, social engineering testing and more. For details, visit the secnap.com website.