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Sophos was founded in 1985 and is hedquartered in the UK. Sophos released its first virus scanning engine in 1989 and is a provider of IT security and data protection. They offer protection and control against malware, spyware, intrusions, unwanted applications, spam, policy abuse and data leakage, and providing comprehensive network access control (NAC). Their products protect over 100 million users in more than 150 countries.
Sophos offers a full range of complementary encryption, endpoint, email, web and NAC solutions that protect data, filter traffic for security threats, spam and policy infringements, control access to the network, and keep businesses free of viruses, spyware and other malware.
Sophos offers multiple threat protection such as:
» Anti-virus and anti-spyware
» Anti-adware and potentially
unwanted applications » Application Control – VoIP, IM, P2P
» Device Control – removable storage
and wireless networking protocols
» Behavior analysis (HIPS)
» Client firewall
» Email content control
» Malicious website blocking
How to buy
Contact Sophos sales
Tel: +61 2 9409 9100
Sophos Pty Ltd
One Elizabeth Plaza
Tel: +61 2 9409 9100
Fax: +61 2 9409 9191
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