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Prevent ransomware with Mimecast
As ransomware attacks continue to plague companies worldwide, organizations are looking for the most effective ways to prevent ransomware from disrupting business.
Ransomware like Cryptolocker or Locky are usually initiated through email. The message usually contains a malicious URL that launches the ransomware virus when clicked, or an attachment that contains malicious macros to execute the virus when opened by an unsuspecting user.
Once the virus has infected a machine or system, it prevents access to or encrypts files and data. Individuals or organizations must pay a ransom in order to get access to their data again.
To prevent ransomware, you need a sophisticated security solution that provides multiple tools to detect and block ransomware before it can cause damage. And to truly protect your organization from ransomware, you also need the ability to backup and recover data quickly in the event of a ransomware attack. Mimecast can help on both fronts.
Mimecast's cloud-based subscription service provides solutions for email security, continuity and archiving that help to minimize the risk, cost and complexity of managing business email.
Mimecast helps both to prevent ransomware by identifying and blocking potential attacks, and to bounce back from ransomware attacks quickly through continuous data protection that enables users to access email during and after an attack.
As a comprehensive SaaS-based solution, Mimecast eliminates the need to deploy and manage multiple point solutions from a variety of vendors in order to prevent ransomware. And with easy-to-use tools for managing security and archiving, Mimecast reduces the burden on administrators while increasing their control over email management.
To prevent ransomware, Mimecast provides a suite of tools within its Targeted Threat Protection solution for superior ransomware and Cryptolocker prevention.
Learn more about Mimecast solutions to prevent ransomware.