Staying current with the strategies cyber attackers use can be, let’s face it, overwhelming. Mimecast makes it easy to keep your finger on the pulse by giving you threat intelligence specific to your environment, letting you see how you’ve been targeted, what cyber threats have been blocked and why, how you compare with others, and what actions you can take to ensure protections are optimized.
This threat intelligence data is used to enhance Mimecast’s Email Security 3.0 protections across all three zones – at your perimeter, inside your network & organization, and beyond your perimeter. And thanks to our flexible and growing library of APIs, it can also easily be integrated with third-party tools to make your IT team and entire security ecosystem smarter.
Even the most sophisticated security teams can have trouble extracting meaning from indicators of compromise. The Mimecast Threat Intelligence Dashboard presents information that is in context, easily consumable, instructive and actionable. Your team can view overall trends specific to the cyber attacks on the organization and dig more deeply into items that warrant closer scrutiny.
Was a malicious email forwarded to the entire company? Sensitive data sent to the wrong person? As IT professionals (and human beings), we expect mistakes to happen. The key is minimizing damage when they occur. With Mimecast Threat Remediation, you can help prevent the spread of malware by remediating malicious files or messages post-delivery.
Using our connectors and APIs, organizations capitalize on threat intelligence to build stronger overall security systems. Easily integrate Mimecast Threat Feed, an API, with the third-party tool of your choice to get information to minimize attacks and keep your organization safe. Incorporate threat intelligence into your SIEM, SOAR and more.
The Mimecast Threat Center is back with the latest Threat Intelligence Report, which explores the major attacks that hit the globe from October to December 2019. The report analyzed more than 202 billion emails, and rejected 92 billion.