Email Content Filtering

Let’s keep viruses, worms and other unsavoury emails away from your inboxes. And protect any sensitive messages you send. By filtering your content we can help keep your email system safe and secure.

All the emails you want and none that you don’t

As the number of emails sent to and from your business grows, so too does the threat from dangerous or unwanted email content. With our email content filtering solutions we can keep your network safe, help you meet compliance, and protect the data in the messages you send and receive.

Whatever email system you use, we’ll work with it so you don’t have any extra costs or expensive downtime.

  • Keep networks safe: Stop spam, worms, viruses, phishing, denial of service and directory harvest attacks reaching your network.
  • Meet compliance: Agree email usage policies and work to best practice.
  • Protect sensitive data: Keep personal information and financial data away from unwanted eyes.

To talk to us about how we can help you with email content filtering, please call 0113 341 0123 or click here and we’ll call you. Or you can email us at hello@itogether.co.uk

 

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