Security aspects in comparison to Exchange 2010 Vs Exchange 2013

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We would like to know, what are the Security aspects in comparison to Exchange 2010 Vs Exchange 2013. We need to push this information to our Executive users audience. Please suggest some relevant links or Information.

Security aspects can be in terms of Exchange Services, Exchange server to client communication etc...
Syed ZeeshanAsked:
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
Some differences are the

Exchange Server 2010 – No data loss prevention features were included.


Exchange Server 2013 – With Exchange 2013, Microsoft made it possible for administrators to easily protect a company’s sensitive data so it didn’t leak via outgoing email.

Exchange Server 2010 – With this version of Exchange Server, you get Connection Filtering, Content Filtering, Recipient Filtering, and more.

Exchange Server 2013 – Microsoft has improved their spam filtering with Anti-spam agents on Mailbox servers and Edge Transport servers.
Exchange 2013 also has each database runs in its own dedicated process, so a hung process in one database will not cause problems in other databases. Overall with such showing of improvements in high availability and site resilience with DAG, it helps in relieving worries on outage, but no large overhauls are expected in those areas. Then focus can be on security capabilities.

Another highlight is the DLP in 2013, the use of DLP-fired reminders lets users be aware when they are putting something like a credit card number or personal ID in an email. The built-in DLP policies are based on regulatory standards like PCI.

Adding on 2013 extends antispam to a broader set of antimalware capabilities, such as to block phishing attempts.

Quick summary checklist
https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ucando365talks/2014/02/28/exchange-server-2013-vs-2010-vs-2007-quick-comparison-notes-new-features-concepts/
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Syed ZeeshanAuthor Commented:
Thanks btan. well, we need more of security stuff like support of SSL 3.0 was a security issue in Exchange 2010. similarly, some more information and links please.
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
For cipher support of Exchange there isnt much difference which is why I state the security capabilities. I rather you see the TLS support for exchange protocol. Both can still support the higher level of secure protocol with the available patch version

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/exchange/2015/07/27/exchange-tls-ssl-best-practices/
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
For author advice.
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