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Protect against ransomware with Mimecast
As you consider solutions to protect against ransomware, it's important to think not just about preventing attacks but about recovering from them quickly as well.
This new paradigm of cyber resilience is based on an understanding that despite all of your efforts at ransomware prevention, it's possible that one day an employee may click on a link in an email or open an attachment that will launch the next Cryptolocker or Cryptowall ransomware.
To truly protect against ransomware, you need to do everything possible to avoid ransomware attacks while also making plans to minimize the impact should an attack be successful. After all, cyber criminals never stand still – they're constantly devising new ways to outsmart your best defenses, and it may be only a matter of time before one of their many attacks gets past your defenses.
When you want to protect against ransomware by implementing the most sophisticated email security as well as the most powerful backup and recovery tools, consider the all-in-one, cloud-based services from Mimecast.
Mimecast provides best-of-breed solutions for email security, archiving and continuity in a subscription service that radically simplifies business email management. With Mimecast, you can stop worrying about how to manage multiple point solutions from a variety of vendors – Mimecast's comprehensive SaaS-based service delivers all the tools you need.
To protect against ransomware, Mimecast provides anti ransomware security solutions that help to identify attacks in email and prevent employees from clicking links or opening attachments. And to minimize the effects of a successful attack, Mimecast provides continuous access to email data via a multipurpose archive.
Mimecast's services to protect against ransomware include:
Learn more about Cryptolocker prevention and how to protect against ransomware with help from Mimecast.