Defending your organization against cyberthreats is a complex task that often requires a diverse and complex set of tools. Adding technologies is easy. Getting them to work together can be far from simple. However, the ability to do so is not just essential to optimizing your investments – it’s the key to ensuring your organization stays as safe as possible.
At Mimecast, we believe in the power of together. That’s why our technology was built for the cloud from the ground up. Our purpose-built, cloud-native platform – known as Mime|OS – provides an extensible architecture that lets you quickly and easily integrate Mimecast with existing investments. With pre-built integrations plus example code and documentation that help you easily create your own, you’ll have the flexibility to build a sustainable cyber resilience strategy and leverage the collective power of the best technologies in the industry. The result? Reduced complexity, lower risk, and optimized investments.
Access enhanced logging with visibility to administrative changes, account access, message lifecycle to provide a thorough assessment of the email security landscape. Seamlessly integrate to SIEMs to provide a comprehensive view of an organization's full security estate.
When working with multiple security platforms, the combined knowledge of these platforms is critical for the most expansive protection possible. Mimecast allows you to take information from other sources and preventatively strengthen your email security posture.
When a security incident has been discovered, an organization wants to take every possible measure to remediate and prevent the threat from spreading, or gaining exposure. The Mimecast API provides the capability to block addresses, IPs, URLs and remediate existing risks.
When looking into a potential incident, robust searching capabilities are essential. Mimecast provides powerful message tracking to identify issues in real-time, which can be quickly used to address a concern quickly.
Utilizing Mimecast's archiving features, more expansive search abilities become available. The archive search provides enhanced filtering to programmatically search within a single user's archive, or across the entire organization with granular role-based permission.
Registered Managed Service Providers, can use APIs to automate account provisioning, updating licensing, manage configuration changes and disable legacy accounts.