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Nesher, Israel, 2010/07/21 - PineApp experts address the latest in email and web security for enterprises, including attacks and vulnerabilities, content compliance, and virtualization of security.
PineApp™, one of the world’s leading security solution providers for Information Technology, is launching its Enterprise IT Security blog this week.
Due for first publication on July 21, the blog (2.pineapp.com//blog) will address the most pressing issues in IT security today: What problems does the recession pose for security? How can ISPs provide the best security, and stay off blacklists? How can small businesses reduce insider threats? Where do (and don’t) content compliance and security intersect?
According to CEO Hezi Erez, these issues are currently among the most discussed and commented on in the “blogosphere”.
“One of the challenges we’ll address is data leakage by employees who accidentally or intentionally transfer confidential information to third parties, “he said.
“Another major challenge is through infected hosts (ISPs and Telecom) which black-list the enterprise’s IP address. These and other issues connected to effective enterprise security will all be addressed in our blog.”
PineApp provides email and web security solutions for enterprises of all sizes, including schools, banks and major ISPs with a team of experts on all the security issues that plague an organization.
PineApp is a leading security solution provider for Information Technology. The company offers comprehensive email security, email archiving and web filtering solutions that are available as an appliance or software (on a server or VMware platform). PineApp’s solutions are also available for service providers (ISPs) who wish to offer Cloud-Managed-Services and a DRP (Disaster Recovery Plan) solution to their customers.
Founded in 2002, PineApp (pineapp.com) is headquartered in Israel, with branch offices in the US, Canada, UK, Spain, Italy, France, Russia and Singapore and has distributors in more than 50 countries.