The Cisco Content Security Management Appliance (SMA) centralizes management and reporting functions across multiple Cisco email and web security appliances. It simplifies administration and planning, improves compliance monitoring, helps to enable consistent enforcement of policy, and enhances threat protection.
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The Cisco SMA simplifies administration by publishing configurations from a single management console to multiple Cisco web security appliances. You can manage updates and settings centrally on the Cisco SMA console rather than on the individual appliances.
Alternatively, organizations can dedicate specific appliances to individual applications in high-volume deployments. Fully integrated reporting consolidates real-time traffic data from multiple Cisco email and web security appliances. Among its web tracking and reporting capabilities, Cisco SMA:
With Cisco SMA, you can manage updates and settings centrally rather than on the individual appliances. Message tracking aggregates data from multiple Cisco email security appliances, including data categorized by sender, recipient, message subject, and other parameters. Scanning results, such as spam and virus verdicts, are also displayed, as are policy violations. It also:
By centralizing the management of multiple appliances, administrators can enforce consistent acceptable use policies across the organization
The Cisco SMA provides a comprehensive view of security for improved threat intelligence, defense, and remediation. That includes:
The SMA's reporting capabilities can also be used to identify and address key activities and trends for data loss prevention (DLP) and remediation.
Cisco Content Security Management Virtual Appliance (SMAV) helps businesses deploy and manage web and email security wherever and whenever it's needed. This platform virtualization has the same look and feel as the Cisco Web Security Virtual Appliance (WSAV) and Cisco Email Security Virtual Appliance (ESAV).
Here's an easy way to evaluate the Cisco Content Security Management Appliance if you don’t have one: Just download the Cisco Content Security Management Virtual Appliance (SMAV), apply the trial license, and run your virtual SMA. SMAV can manage both hardware and virtual appliances.
2 hexa-core CPUs, 6.0 TB (10 x 600 GB SAS) storage, RAID 10 hot-swappable hard drive
2 hexa-core CPUs, 9.6 TB (16 x 600 GB SAS) storage, RAID 10 hot-swappable hard drive
2 octa-core CPUs, 4.8 TB (8 x 600 GB SAS) storage, RAID 10, hot-swappable hard drive
2 hexa-core CPUs, 3.6 TB (6 x 600 GB SAS) storage, RAID 10, hot-swappable hard drive
2 hexa-core CPUs, 4.8 TB (8 x 600 GB SAS) storage, RAID 10, hot-swappable hard drive
1 hexa-core CPU, 2.4 TB (4 x 600 GB SAS) storage, RAID 10, hot-swappable hard drive
|Small to midsize businesses or branch offices||Up to 1500||
1 hexa-core CPU, 1.2 TB (2 x 600 GB SAS) storage, RAID 1, hot-swappable hard drive.
1 dual-core CPU, 500 GB (2 x 250 GB SATA) storage, RAID 1, hot-swappable hard drive
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