How long can your organization function without email? For better or worse, this communications tool is essential to keeping employees productive, services active, and revenue flowing.
With Mimecast Email Continuity, you can make email downtime a thing of the past, ensuring uninterrupted service during planned or unplanned outages. Equally as important, critical cybersecurity policies can remain active to keep email safe during an email continuity event. Whether you have a cloud-based, on-premises, or hybrid email solution, Mimecast’s business continuity services keep your email lights on, even if all the other lights go out.
It is possible your organization’s email may be forced offline, either directly by a cyberattack, or as a way to contain an existing cyber threat that lands. This downtime disrupts business operations preventing communication with customers, partners and suppliers, as well as internal staff. Access to data held in email can also be affected.
Without a cyber resilience for email strategy, you risk communication and data availability, which could impact business performance. How long can you remain productive without email? The real question is why should you ever be down at all?
Mimecast provides an email continuity solution that gives organizations the ability to:
Maintain email availability with Mimecast’s business continuity event manager.
Analyze inbound emails, URLs, sandbox attachments and prevent impersonation attacks.
Untersuchung interner sowie das Haus verlassender E-Mails, um sicherzustellen, dass von Verstößen betroffene, leichtsinnige oder böswillige Benutzer keine Bedrohungen verbreiten.
Vermeiden Sie Datenverluste und sorgen Sie dafür, dass vertrauliche Informationen und IPs nicht mit unbefugten Empfängern geteilt werden.
Organizations can no longer rely on a defense-only strategy to keep them safe. They need an email continuity plan to keep email flowing in the event of a cyberattack and the ability to recover lost or locked data quickly after an attack.
Watch this video to learn about a new approach – Cyber Resilience for Email.