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Insite’s security services are multi-faceted and allow us to help you manage and mitigatethe risk to your data and IT assets.

Our team of highly educated engineers offer the following services:


  • Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking from outside your firewall
  • Monitoring, Analysis and Patch Management
  • Internal monitoring of employee IT activity
  • Managed End-Point Security
  • Managed Email Security
  • Security Consulting
  • Network Analysis
  • Encrypted Email

PiranaMail also provides Managed Anti-Spam and Anti-Virus for E-mail


PiranaMail is a professional solution to spam. Our system can handle up to 25 million mail messages a day and screens all incoming mail, blocking viruses and spam oriented e-mail before it ever reaches your inbox.

 

The PiranaMail Spam Firewall is an integrated hardware and software solution, designed to protect your email server from spam, virus, spoofing, and phishing and spyware attacks. The PiranaMail Spam Firewall is compatible with all e-mail servers and can fit into nearly any corporate or small business environment. With no per user license fee, PiranaMail offers the most affordable enterprise-class spam and virus protection available.

 

Nothing to setup at your office all email flows through our secure datacentres before being delivered to your email server for distribution. All known SPAM and Viruses are deleted, questionable email is quarantined and users are notified to whitelist or blacklist the questionable e-mail.

 

Overview

  • Determine potential threats to the business and IT environment and suggest protection protocols
  • Create customized processes tailored to respond to those threats in the best way to support customer business requirements
 
 
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