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February 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
® (NASDAQ: CTCH), a leading provider of Internet security technology and cloud-based services, today announced that Info Security Products Guide, the industry's leading information security research and advisory guide, has named Commtouch a finalist for the 2013 Global Excellence Awards in five categories:
Anti-Malware, Anti-Spam or Antivirus (Commtouch Messaging Security Service)
Email Security and Management (Commtouch Messaging Security Service)
Social Media, Web Filtering, and Content Security (Commtouch GlobalView™ URL Filtering)
"We are honored that Info Security Products Guide has recognized Commtouch's messaging and URL filtering services as technological leaders in the industry," said
Shlomi Yanai, CEO at Commtouch. "Through constant innovation and a focus on easily deployed cloud-based OEM security solutions, Commtouch technology protects thousands of organizations and hundreds of millions of users worldwide. We believe this recognition from Info Security Products Guide further validates our commitment to our customers and their security needs."
The prestigious global awards recognize security and IT vendors with advanced, ground-breaking products and solutions that are helping set the bar higher for others in all areas of security and technologies. The winners will be announced and honored at the annual Info Security Products Guide awards dinner in
San Francisco on
February 27, 2013.
About Commtouch Messaging Security Service
With an average of more than 87 billion spam messages emailed each day, organizations face ever-increasing security costs and the constant challenge of maintaining performance for valid email traffic. The Commtouch Messaging Security Service offers service providers and security companies the ability to combat spam at the perimeter and reduce the number of incoming messages by more than 85 percent before they ever enter the network.