The EEMSG is offered at no charge to the end user.
The EEMSG has been designed with a robust architecture that provides high availability through global load balancing across multiple geographically disperse hosting locations. The fault tolerant design includes automatic failover and recovery. The EEMSG will scale to process email for all DoD NIPRNet domains and is currently protecting Defense Enterprise Email (DEE) and several Navy domains totaling nearly 500K mailboxes.
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USCYBERCOM will issue WARNORDs and TASKORDS to direct EEMSG implementation. Please respond to those orders to request further information and to schedule integration into the EEMSG.
The Enterprise E-mail Security Gateway (EEMSG) capability is one of several critical NIPRNet Hardening capabilities deployed by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). EEMSG simultaneously meets USCYBERCOM requirements for defense of the DoD Information Networks (DoDIN) while providing multiple operational communities and end users the mission assured environment required to execute Net-Centric Warfare. EEMSG is a USCYBERCOM planned/directed mandatory capability that provides defense-in-depth protections to existing service-level and enclave-level email systems. All components on the NIPRNet will be required to have inbound e-mail traffic routed through EEMSG. EEMSG is being deployed in three capability phases:
- Phase 1 - Inbound (Internet-to-NIPRNet) e-mail protection-Current
- Phase 2 - Outbound (NIPRNet-to-Internet and NIPRNet-to-NIPRNet) e-mail protection - Future
- Phase 3 - Inbound encrypted e-mail inspection - Future
EEMSG provides the following services for the protection of DoD Email Domains:
- Spam Filtering
- Content Filtering
- Sender Spoofing Detection
- Spear Phishing Detection
- DLP/PII policy
- 30 MG message limit
The EEMSG provides a standard DoD-wide email security policy. No optional features are available.
VALUE TO OUR MISSION PARTNERS
The deployment of EEMSG potentially allows enclaves to consider eliminating e-mail scanning systems that duplicate the capabilities of EEMSG and may be neutered to some extend (e.g., sender IP reputation) with EEMSG in the path.