Sophos, a world leader in corporate anti-virus protection, has
today announced that its software has been selected by Corpex, the
Internet hosting and solutions company. Corpex has chosen Sophos
Anti-Virus to feature in its ArmourPlate anti-virus solution.
As part of the ArmourPlate service, Sophos's virus engine will
be used to provide customers with complete protection from
Internet-borne viruses and malicious code.
"We chose Sophos Anti-Virus technology on account of its
exceptional detection rates, ease of integration and its
outstanding reliability," said Tristan Palmer, Managing Director of
Corpex. "This partnership will provide customers worldwide with a
superior anti-virus solution which will guarantee the highest
possible levels of security."
"The continued threat posed by computer viruses emphasises the
need for effective protection," said Graham Cluley, senior
technology consultant for Sophos Anti-Virus. "Protection against
Internet-borne viruses is a significant element of any security
strategy and we are delighted to be part of the ArmourPlate
ArmourPlate is a dedicated anti-virus facility which scans every
email sent to and from any organisation at the Internet level. The
ArmourPlate system scans communications for viruses prior to them
reaching their destination. Any email that is suspected of being
infected is then quarantined pending further instruction from the
sender or the recipient.
Corpex is one of the UK's leading business Internet service
companies. It has pioneered the intelligent development of
practical, effective technical solutions that get real results for
Established in 1996, with operations in the UK and Germany,
Corpex provides a wide range of Internet services to thousands of
businesses - many of them household names - helping them achieve
their online goals by providing sound advice and supplying
services. Clients include Austrian Airlines, Business Link London,
Flightbookers, Hays, The Institute of PR, McCann Erickson,
Pilkington, Pringle, Shell, Southern & Scottish Electric, Times
Newspapers, Daily Telegraph, Thameslink, Unilever, Virgin Direct,
Walkers Crisps and Zoo Media.