The State of Email Security 2018 Report
The latest threats, confidence killers and bad behaviors—and a cyber resilience strategy to fix them
It’s a common misperception that email-borne attacks come only from the outside. While most attacks do start from the outside, attackers will typically look to land and expand inside an organization. One way to gain this foothold is to use a compromised account or remote access malware to send an internal email as that internal user to spread the attack laterally to others in your organization or even outbound to your external contacts.
In most cases, without their knowledge or understanding, your employees play an integral role in these attacks by forwarding attack emails to others in the organization.
To combat internal email threats, you need to inspect internally generated emails for malicious links, files, or for sensitive content, and prevent the spread of attacks or data leaks. Organizations need continuous protection from delivered email-borne files that are later determined to be malicious. Mimecast Targeted Threat Protection - Internal Email Protect enables you to monitor, detect and remediate threats that have landed internally or that originate from within your email system, whether the emails are destined to other internal users or to external recipients.
Key capabilities include:
Internal Email Protect is a threat monitoring and remediation service for internally generated email, delivered as a purely cloud-based security service. Learn more in this downloadable datasheet.Download Now
Mimecast Targeted Threat Protection – Internal Email Protect provides advanced threat monitoring and remediation services for internally generated email – delivered as a 100% cloud-based security solution.
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