The threat from viruses changes constantly. Today's most prevalent threats are worms and mass-mailing viruses that can spread around the world in a matter of hours. Since the virus threat is actively shifting, shouldn't your defense strategy be active too? To effectively combat the ever-changing virus threat, you should establish an active anti-virus policy. Most companies today understand the need for virus protection. Many have established formal policies defining what form that protection should take, and how it should be used. But very few take the necessary next step to make their policies active. Making a policy active isn't as simple as just changing it occasionally.
Having world-class virus detection and cleaning software on all computers on the network is a good start. Most companies need protection at the desktop, file server, groupware server, and Internet gateway. Active Virus Defense offers industry-leading protection for each of these four network tiers. It includes WebShield for Internet gateway protection, GroupShield for groupware server protection, NetShield for file server protection, VirusScan for desktop protection, and VirusScan Thin Client for remote and mobile users. ePolicy Orchestrator ties it all together, managing and updating your defense from a central console.