2019 State of Email Security Report
Actionable steps to improve your organization’s email security and cyber resilience.
Mimecast incorporates email scanning into all email security services. Block or quarantine email-borne threats before they infiltrate your business.
Organizations today are increasingly turning to email scanning to prevent a wide variety of threats.
Email represents the #1 attack vector for cyber criminals attempting to breach an organization's defenses. It's no wonder why – email is the most widely used application for business communication, and employees can be notoriously naïve when it comes to spotting and avoiding email-borne threats.
With email scanning technology, organizations can automatically review every email message to check for viruses, malware and spam. Even more importantly, scanning solutions can evaluate links and attached files to identify malicious URLs and weaponized attachments that may be part of a ransomware attack. Email scanning services can also look for suspicious addresses, domains and other signs of email spoofing that is often used in an impersonation attack.
Choosing the right email scanning solution is key. With so many other priorities and strategic initiatives to manage, IT administrators need an email scanning technology that is easy to implement and simple to use. That's why so many companies worldwide turn to email security solutions from Mimecast.
Mimecast provides an all-in-one solution for email security, continuity, archiving, compliance and backup and recovery. Available as a cloud-based subscription service, Mimecast's technology requires no investment in hardware or software and provides easy-to-use tools that can be managed from a single pane of glass, reducing the burden on IT teams.
Mimecast incorporates email scanning into all email security services. Mimecast can scan all inbound, outbound and internal emails, comparing emails to the latest threat intelligence and to corporate content control and DLP policies to block, quarantine or flag email that may contained any number of threats to the organization.
Mimecast uses email scanning technology to identify:
Learn more about email scanning with Mimecast.