SAMBA FILE SERVERS ARE THE BACKBONE OF THE NETWORK
Even though Samba file servers are UNIX-based, they serve Microsoft® Windows workstations and server domains. The file servers are not just a network repository for the company’s files. Unlike their name suggests, file servers provide critical infrastructure services to ensure communication and interoperability between desktops, printers, and other resources found within the network.
Samba file servers are capable of spreading the following security threats;
Companies can protect their Samba file server deployments from attack by using BitDefender‘s ability to scan for malicious code in files, help ensure compliance to corporate security policies and prevent sensitive data from being distributed outside of the organization.
BITDEFENDER SECURITY FOR SAMBA
BitDefender Security for Samba enables organizations to deploy antivirus and antispyware protection for their Samba network shares running on Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris systems. Deployed and maintained centrally within the network, Security for Samba scans cross-platform data structures and file stores for malware, keeping network users safe from virus infection.
SECURING SAMBA FILE SERVERS WITH BITDEFENDER
BitDefender Security for Samba scans cross-platform data structures and file stores for malware, keeping network users safe from virus infection.
KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS
DEFENSE IN DEPTH
BitDefender Security for Samba file servers is just one element in a comprehensive suite of solutions providing end-to-end protection from the gateway to the desktop. BitDefender’s proactive, multi-platform products detect and stop viruses, spyware, adware and Trojan threats that can compromise your network integrity.
Date added 28 May 2012
Last Updated 12 Oct 2012