The State of Email Security 2018 Report
The latest threats, confidence killers and bad behaviors—and a cyber resilience strategy to fix them
Prevent spear phishing attacks with Mimecast.
As phishing and spear phishing attacks continue to become more prevalent, organizations are seeking advanced solutions to prevent spear phishing and other targeted threats.
Spear phishing is a variation on email phishing scams that seeks to entice users to click on a malicious URL in an email that appears to come from a trusted source. Attackers may use spoofed Internet addresses or domain names, as well as social engineering techniques to fool employees into trusting the content of an email.
The risks are significant. 1More than 91% of hacking attacks today began with a phishing or spear phishing email and roughly 23% of phishing emails are open by employees even after they have received training to spot potential fraudulent messages.
To prevent spear phishing and other targeted threats, Mimecast provides a leading email security service to stop phishing emails from infiltrating corporate email infrastructures.
Targeted Threat Protection is part of Mimecast's all-in-one subscription service for managing email security, archiving and continuity more effectively. This solution helps prevent spear phishing and other advanced threats such as CFO Fraud andvirus ransomware by defending against malicious links email, weaponized attachments and social engineering techniques.
Mimecast helps prevent spear phishing attacks by providing comprehensive protection that can be easily managed and requires no additional infrastructure or IT overhead.
To prevent spear phishing attacks and other similar threats, Mimecast Targeted Threat Protection provides phishing protection against the three most dangerous attack techniques:
Learn more about how to prevent spear phishing with Mimecast, and about solutions for stopping Office 365 phishingattempts.