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FortiMail

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Specialized Email Security Solutions

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Datasheet

Flexible Email Security System to Defend Against Spam and Malicious Content

Email is a Mission Critical Business Application In today’s networks, email is one of the most predominant business communication methods. Unfortunately, email has also become one of the most common vehicles for proliferating blended threats comprised of viruses, worms, spyware and spam. These blended attacks can negatively impact business productivity, cause business downtime and lead to identity theft. In response, companies have leveraged point product security technologies, such as antispam, to patch against single threaded attacks. In addition, legislation has been introduced to ensure that companies comply with security best practices for email archiving that enable forensic and legal audits. Email is a mission critical application for all businesses that must be secured.

Complete Email Security in One Appliance FortiMail™ is a specialized email security system that provides multi-layered protection against blended threats comprised of spam, viruses, worms and spyware. The FortiMail system relies on a customized operating system that cleans emails through corresponding FortiMail antispam, antivirus and antispyware engines. To ensure up to date email protection, FortiMail relies on Fortinet FortiGuard™ antivirus, antispyware and antispam security subscription services that are powered by a worldwide 24x7 Global Threat Research Team. FortiMail provides unparalleled deployment flexibility and powerful bi-directional email routing, Quality of Service (QoS), virtualization and archiving capabilities with a lower total cost of ownership.

Key Solution Features and Benefits

Complete Multi-Layered Security

Complete solution providing industry leading security features including antispam, antivirus and antispyware with signatures continually updated via FortiGuard service.

Highest Levels of Performance and Reliability

Specialized Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) engine manages peak capacity while applying intelligent routing and QoS policies. High-availability configurations are available to ensure maximum up-time.

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Deployment Flexibility

Only email security solutions that can be deployed in transparent, gateway or server modes.

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Cost-Effective to Own and Operate

Integrated antispam, antivirus and antispyware protection without per user or mail box pricing restrictions.

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Multi-Layered Email Security Securing email requires multi-layered protection against inbound and outbound risks that proliferate spam, viruses and spyware to email infrastructure and users. At the same time, email content policies must be enforced and good email must be archived for compliance purposes. Unique to inbound risks, are DHA (Directory Harvest Attacks) and DOS (Denial of Service) attacks, which must be part of a multi-layered email security strategy. For outbound risks an email security solution must ensure that infected zombie PC’s that relay spam do not lead to a legitimate enterprise network becoming added to a Real-Time Black List (RBL).

Block DHA Attacks

Block Spam and Phishing

Block Viruses, Spyware and Malware

Apply Policy to Company Email Content

Block

Apply Policy

Archive

Viruses, Spyware

to Company

“Good” Email

and Malware

Email Content

Content

Protect

Block

Network from

Spam and

RBL

Phishing

Archive

Block

“Good” Email

Spam Zombies

Content

and Bots

OUTBOUND ACTIONS

SMTP

INBOUND ACTIONS

SMTP

Block DDoS DoS Attacks

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