2019 State of Email Security Report
Actionable steps to improve your organization’s email security and cyber resilience.
Email security threats are constantly evolving.
Email security threats continue to be among the biggest risks to organizations worldwide. 1In fact, more than 90% of hacking attacks today begin with some kind of email phishing attack or spear-phishing threat. The headlines are full of companies who fall prey to email security threats, and new lines of attack such as ransomware and CEO fraud are on the rise.
The cost of email security threats on an organization can be enormous. Aside from the fines and legal actions that result when sensitive customer information or financial data is breached, email security threats can cost millions of dollars in reduced customer confidence, damage to reputation and, ultimately, loss of business.
Combating email security threats requires superior technology that can adapt to meet the most sophisticated attacks head-on. When choosing a partner to help combat email security threats and protect the business, companies worldwide turn to services from Mimecast.
Mimecast offers fully integrated cloud-based solutions for email security, archiving and continuity. Using comprehensive and multi-layered security and content controls, Mimecast effectively protects employees and organizations from the dangers of a broad range of email security threats.
Mimecast’s Secure Email Gateway uses sophisticated detection engines and continually updated threat intelligence to protect against spam, malware, advanced threats and zero day attacks. With Mimecast, administrators can set email security policies from a central console and easily apply them in rea-time throughout the organization. Mimecast also provides greater visibility and control, enabling organizations to avoid compliance violations and improve security measures while stopping email security threats before they reach the network.
Mimecast’s comprehensive security solutions include:
Learn more about combating email security threats with Mimecast.