The State of Email Security Report
Actionable steps to improve your organization’s email security and cyber resilience.
Was a malicious email forwarded to the entire company? Sensitive data sent to the wrong person? Act fast with Mimecast Threat Remediation. As IT professionals (and human beings), we expect mistakes to happen. The key is minimizing damage when they occur.
With Mimecast’s Threat Remediation capabilities, you can quickly identify the source of problems and take action on the spot to help stop the spread of a cyber attack, protect sensitive data, and minimize damage.
Research shows that two-thirds of cybersecurity compromises take months or longer to discover* and that 31% of C-suite executives have shared information with the wrong recipient**.
The ability to protect sensitive data and take proactive steps to minimize the impact of a damaging cyber threat is essential. With Mimecast’s Threat Remediation tools at your fingertips, you can confine, lessen, or even reverse the impact of security incidents, rapidly minimizing or eliminating your exposure.
*2018 Verizon Data Breach Report
**Mimecast 2018 State of Email Security Report
With Mimecast Threat Remediation, you can help prevent the spread of malware both internally and to external parties by remediating malicious files or messages post-delivery.
Key Capabilities of Threat Remediation:
Immediately perform remediation and restoration actions.
Remove targeted attack messages from Microsoft Office 365™, Exchange, and the Mimecast Archive to help prevent end-users from accessing dangerous content.
Receive notice when automated threat intelligence finds existing attacks that were previously delivered.
Search for suspicious files and messages so they can be investigated and remediated if necessary.
Download a sample of the message for further investigation if desired.
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.