Manageable Security as the viewpoint behind AnubisNetworks’ Mail Protection Service

Rui Serra By Rui Serra • March 27, 2018

The underlying architecture of AnubisNetworks’ Mail Protection Service (MPS) is based on our commitment to creating a solution which incorporates strong security technology and security practices that are easy for users to implement.

This mutually beneficial relationship between AnubisNetworks and our users led us to create our Email Protection as a multi-tenant cloud service that service providers, hosted service providers, resellers, and partners could use to provide security to their end user companies.  

This would allow them to feel protected by their closest partners and benefit from a strong business relationship, MPS is now implemented by many telecommunications companies and service providers who also bring partners into this platform (who in turn bring their third parties). The operations and implementation are handled by the companies or delegated to the partners, which in turn, can escalate up to the Service Provider itself.  

Those service providers will have dedicated and secure message silos, proper access management, and auditing taking place on all operations.

MPS always aimed to simplify security as much as possible. Within the product,  everything flows around a simple pipeline of filters for each message - from the most common security and control features (DLP, reputation, multiple anti-virus), to the most advanced (anti-fraud detection, outbound quota management, dynamic malware analysis).

This also includes some particular features to the platform itself - authentication control (for detecting users authenticating from different places in a short amount of time), multitenant user auditing, or inheritance of blacklists across the multitenant system. 

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