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SonicWall Email Security Case Study

Monroe Township Police Department


This case study of the Monroe Township Police Department is based on a survey of SonicWall Email Security customers by TechValidate, a third-party research service. The Department is an innovative agency dedicated to the safety and protection of the citizens of Monroe Township, New Jersey. It features an Administrative Division, Detective Bureau, Identification Bureau, S.W.A.T. team, Patrol Division, Traffic Safety Unit, Bike Patrol, Juvenile/Youth Services Bureau, Domestic Violence Unit, and a Senior Citizen Crime Prevention Officer. The Chief of Police is responsible for the efficiency and routine day-to-day operations.

“SonicWall Email Security is reliable and has great tech support.”
—Amy Antelis, Network Administrator


Antelis reports that the Department had previously been challenged by spam and email fraud and business email compromise (BEC), as well as email containing malware, ransomware, zero-day attacks and malicious embedded links.

Use Case

“We use SonicWall Email Security to scan all email coming in,” says Antelis.

SonicWall Email Security appliances provide multi-layered protection from inbound and outbound email threats and compliance violations by scanning all inbound and outbound email content, URLs and attachments for sensitive data, delivering real-time protection.


“We have stopped spam attacks with SonicWall Email Security,” reports Antelis. “I especially appreciate the security of knowing that all emails are scanned.”

The solution leverages multiple, patented SonicWall threat detection techniques and a unique, worldwide attack identification and monitoring network.

Antelis adds that the following features of the solution have helped achieve these benefits:

• Anti-phishing
• Anti-virus/anti-spyware
• Advanced Threat Prevention
• Compliance Policy Management
• Email Encryption

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