Cloudmark protects Network Solutions Email Solution

Messaging security firm Cloudmark ( announced on Wednesday that Web hosting provider Network Solutions ( has selected the company to provide spam, phishing and virus protection for Network Solutions' email subscribers.

By using mail transfer agent Cloudmark Gateway in combination with Cloudmark Authority, Network Solutions' hosted email customers will receive a fast, flexible and accurate message filtering solution.

After the company re-launched its Network Solutions' business class email solution in February, the company sought an advanced messaging solution that would offer increased spam and virus protection for hosted email customers, as well as increased operational efficiency.

The company decided on Cloudmark because of its continued accuracy in preventing messaging threats and abuse across multiple vectors.

Following the installation of the Cloudmark solution, Network Solutions has already seen an increase in its filtering accuracy by 10 to 15 percent, while letting the Web host scale as its customer base grows.

"Cloudmark gives us the ability to offer our customers the fastest and most accurate response against spam attacks," says Navin Ganeshan, senior director of Web presence services for Network Solutions. "For small businesses, email is a lifeline to their customers so it is very important to us that we offer our customers the most effective spam and virus protection software in the industry."

As a high-performance MTA, Cloudmark Gateway with Cloudmark Authority stops unwanted email from entering user inboxes and messaging infrastructure by performing intelligent protocol and content filtering at the perimeter of the hosted environment.

The combination of Advanced Message Fingerprinting technology and real-time corroborated feedback from Cloudmark's Global Threat Network system lets Cloudmark detect messaging abuse with about 98 percent accuracy and near-zero false positives. As a result, end users are protected against new threat outbreaks and attacks.

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