The State of Email Security 2018 Report
The latest threats, confidence killers and bad behaviors—and a cyber resilience strategy to fix them
Organizations transmit intellectual property, customer details and other sensitive information, which they need to protect through granular content control policies built into their email service.
Because of careless users, compromised accounts, or even malicious employees, organizations suffer from data leakage via email, including the loss of intellectual property, customer details, credit card information and many other types of sensitive information. This results in serious consequences with regulators as well as reputational damage.
It is important that proper content controls are in place on email communications to prevent data loss.
Mimecast Content Control and Data Leak Prevention (DLP) Encryption provides:
Email subject, body, and attachment scanning to detect, encrypt, or block the sending or receiving of sensitive information.
Email encryption with policy-enforced TLS and the use of the Mimecast secure messaging service.
The detection of intellectual property and other sensitive information using Mimecast provided managed dictionaries, custom terms, and document finger printing.
The conversion of documents to more safely shareable formats such as PDF and ODF, while removing sensitive document metadata.
Automated, policy-based email signatures, legal notices, branding, and other messages to outbound emails.
Mimecast Content Control and Data Leak Prevention (DLP) enables you to support governance and compliance objectives while email compliance policies help meet regulations including PCI-DSS, HIPAA and GLBA. When combined with Mimecast’s other email security tools, Mimecast’s Compliance Security ensures sensitive or confidential information is protected in transit through email encryption and secure messaging.