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Sophos

Antivirus software from Sophos Plc, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England (www.sophos.com) that runs in a wide variety of environments including Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix and Network Appliance storage systems. Used worldwide, Sophos offers a variety of network, server and end user packages. For example, Sophos provides unified threat management (UTM) and firewall protection for networks. For servers, virtualization and network storage protection is available, and for end users, Sophos Cloud offers remote management and automatic updates to all end user devices. See antivirus program.
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M&S has partnered with Sophos for more than 11 years with a focus on government and education customers and small-medium businesses.
In addition to Sophos Secure OS, Sophos is also adding a new AWS Test Drive for their endpoint security solution featuring Sophos Enterprise Console.
The first version of the Sophos Mobile Encryption apps allows user access to encrypted files stored in the Dropbox cloud-based file storage.
As Sophos products and services are sold exclusively through channel partners, it's extremely important that we select partners who are knowledgeable, reliable, and committed," said Chris Doggett, vice president of global channels at Sophos.
In addition, the Sophos anti-virus engine also shares information with IronPort's Mail Flow Monitor(TM) feature, which provides a single view into all email in the network--increasing visibility and reducing administration time.
Sophos Anti-Virus supports the following UNIX platforms; Linux Intel, FreeBSD Intel, Solaris SPARC, Solaris Intel, AIX for RS6000 and SCO.
With the seamless support of Opal self-encrypting drives, Sophos, PC OEMs, and end-user organizations will be able to implement and integrate hardware encryption solutions efficiently and easily.
Mojave will be adding a rich cloud-based web security solution to Sophos Cloud, the firm's combined cloud-managed security offering.
Sophos Anti-Virus for Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista, version 6.
To assist the NHS in running a computer environment impermeable to virus attacks, Sophos is making this service available free of charge.
The transaction, worth $23 million in cash, thrusts Sophos into the leading position in meeting the expanding secure content management needs of businesses worldwide.