Email data protection is essential for every organization, and especially for companies that manage the personally identifiable information of customers, patients and consumers. Not only does business email frequently contain sensitive information, but cyber criminals often use email attacks to gain access to computer systems and databases containing Social Security information, credit card numbers and other data that can be used to steal identities and commit fraud. Damages to organizations that fail to stop an email attack range from fines and legal action to loss of business and customer trust.
While the need for email data protection is clear, the methods for delivering it have traditionally been challenging. As threats grow in volume and become more sophisticated, organizations must also evolve their cyber security defence strategy and technology. While businesses could adopt a wide range of point solutions to stop individual threats like spear-phishing, ransomware and impersonation attacks, more organizations today are turning to Mimecast for a single, all-in-one solution that improves email data protection while minimizing the burden of managing it.
Mimecast makes email safe for business by combining solutions for email security, archiving, continuity, backup and recovery, compliance and e-Discovery into a single subscription service. As a SaaS-based solution, Mimecast is easy to use and fast to implement, with no hardware or software to purchase, install or maintain.
Mimecast provides email data protection by ensuring that email is always available, always replicated and always safe. Administrators can configure and monitor all Mimecast services from a single pane of glass, simplifying the task of business email management. With Mimecast, organizations can achieve email data protection with tools that increase cyber resilience, streamline compliance, reduce complexity and keep email flowing at all times.
Mimecast email security services scan all inbound, outbound and internal email, spotting suspicious messages by comparing content to the latest threat intelligence, to corporate security policies and to authentication services like DMARC. (What is DMARC? Learn more.)
To enable email data protection, Mimecast provide services that include:
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