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New Dr.Web course on e-mail security: there’s no such thing as too much protection!

May 22, 2013

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has released a new course, General principles of email traffic protection. The course is designed for technicians who are responsible for corporate network security, which includes mail servers. This training will help them acquire the knowledge required to maintain email security, pass the examination and, if successful, acquire the status of certified Dr.Web technical specialist.

Corporate e-mail is an essential component of any organisation. Mail servers that have reliable anti-virus protection will secure confidential information and documents from unauthorised access and ensure the uninterrupted operation of an entire company. After all, email is one of the most popular channels through which viruses and spam are distributed.

In a compromised corporate network, email often becomes a source of malware that can use contact information and email databases to spread infections to the computers of your partners, colleagues and customers. The new course on the basics of email security will give Dr.Web users the information they need to establish reliable protection for their corporate email.

Upon completion of the course, all students can take an exam to test their knowledge and, if successful, become certified Dr.Web specialists in email security. You can apply to take the exam at any time convenient for you. To do this, you must register on the My Dr.Web Training Portal. If you have not previously registered, you must first fill out an application.

Doctor Web wishes you successful training!

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