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Threat detection from Mimecast
As cyber threats become more sophisticated and ubiquitous, organizations must rely on superior threat detection to protect data, employees and reputation. And because the vast majority of cyber crime begins with a phishing or spear-phishing email, any effective threat detection solution must center on your email system.
To combat ever-evolving attacks, you'll need threat detection services that provide a multi-layered approach to cyber security. No single threat detection tool can stop every kind of cyber security attack.
While some attacks use malicious URLs and weaponized attachments, others use advanced social engineering techniques that won't show up in all threat detection solutions.
Mimecast provides cloud-based solutions for email security, archiving and continuity in a single, integrated subscription service. By providing threat detection tools to ensure security as well as continuity and archiving tools to ensure availability, Mimecast helps to achieve cyber resiliency for your email system.
Mimecast's threat detection services scan incoming and outgoing email to quickly and effectively identify and remediate threats. Mimecast's multi-layered detection engines and sophisticated threat intelligence help to block a wide number of threats, including viruses, spam, malware, data leaks and advanced threats like spear-phishing.
Mimecast's detection solutions include a suite of Targeted Threat Protection technologies.
Additional threat detection services from Mimecast include a Secure Email Gateway that provides 100% anti-malware protection, 99% anti-spam protection and a 100% availability SLA. Mimecast also offers sophisticated Content Control & DLP services and Secure Messaging services that can help to prevent inadvertent loss of financial data, intellectual property and other sensitive information.
Learn more about threat detection with Mimecast.