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SECNAP SpammerTrap is Changing the Way Security is Delivered

All-In-One Solution Strategy Provides Total Email Security

BOCA RATON, Fla., May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The All-In-One Solution revolution has begun. SECNAP(R) Network Security Corporation announced today that its SpammerTrap(R) Email Security solution deploys a comprehensive email security delivery strategy that is superior to expensive a la carte offerings and delivers enterprise-class protection at SMB rates.

SpammerTrap combines anti-spam and anti-virus protection with Denial of Service and Directory Harvest Attack prevention and protection against Trojans, worms and other email-borne malware. This innovative solution also incorporates in and outbound TLS encryption and content filtering, archiving, SSL certificate import, mailbox-based routing and a host of other features in one smart appliance, available at one recession-friendly price.

The SpammerTrap all-in-one solution ensures that clients receive complete protection, including daily routine software updates and hourly updates against critical or emerging threats. This enterprise-class solution is delivered in a single appliance at a single price per model. All seven models are backed by a six-month 100% money-back guarantee.

By contrast, other providers offer types of protection and features individually with component-based pricing that adds up quickly.

"We believe this all-in-one strategy will transform the way email security is delivered in the future," said Jim Garrity, vice president of sales and marketing for SECNAP. "It's especially attractive to the growing SMB market, where 42 percent of businesses lack email security and 33 percent are unprotected from email-borne viruses. However, this bundled strategy is compelling for the enterprise client as well."

SECNAP is introducing the SpammerTrap all-in-one solution to a select audience of Tech Data value-added resellers at the TechSelect Partner Conference in San Diego next week. The invitation-only conference assembles a highly active group of Tech Data VARs to review the latest innovations in technology.

The SpammerTrap Email Security appliance recently won the 2009 Tomorrow's Technology Today and Global Product Excellence Customer Trust awards sponsored by Info Security Products Guide.

Free 30-day product evaluations are available on request.


SECNAP Network Security is a leading provider of security solutions for business. In addition to award-winning SpammerTrap Email Security, the company's managed Network Security solution ensures unrivaled 24/7 protection of network and information assets. A portfolio of Security Services includes external penetration testing, security and compliance audits, web application and Wi-Fi assessments and more. For details visit www.secnap.com.

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