Libraesva wins Computing Security Awards ‘Anti-Spam Filter of the Year’ for third consecutive year
November 2016 by Marc Jacob
Libraesva announced it had been named as ‘Best Anti-Spam Solution of the Year’ at the Computing Security Awards 2016 ceremony, hosted in London, United Kingdom. The award sees Libra ESVA named winner of the ‘Best Anti-Spam Solution of the Year’ category for an unprecedented third consecutive year.
Computing Security judges and voters awarded the Best Email Spam Solution of the Year to Libraesva for the third year in a row where it stood out for its ability to help protect organizations against advanced spear-phishing, spam, randsomware and for its flexible deployment options and granular reporting features. Other shortlisted entrants were Forcepoint, Cloudmark and AVG Technologies.
“It’s an honour to be named best anti-spam solution for the third consecutive year when you consider the caliber of email and data security companies shortlisted for the award. This award is confirmation of our customer focused development strategy which is strongly influenced by listening to the ongoing requirements of our customers to ensure our solution continues to help protect organizations against the advanced threats and attacks which are gaining in sophistication and complexity daily” said Paolo Frizzi, CEO & Founder of Libraesva after the awards.
Coinciding with the award, Libraesva officially released version Libra ESVA 4.0 providing users with:
• Url SandBoxing Protection functionality, developed to protect users against advanced spear phishing attacks, zero-day malware and ransomware which could infect systems via the URLs written in the body of the emails.
• High Availability Distributed Setup - Providing virtually unlimited scalability as deployments now benefit from deploying as many nodes as required.
• Advanced Graymail Identification – Libraesva has released a new relay black list based service to block commercial emails, freeing up users’ inbox.
Libraesva email security customers include public sector entities in Italy, Europe and USA, a 120,000 user university and IMarEST, the Institute of Marine Engineering, which won the Computing Security Award 2015 for Best Security Project of the Year in the Private Sector.