Ransomware

The Challenge

The U.S. government reports that ransomware attacks have increased at an alarming rate, with 4,000 incidents a day being reported and more than $1 billion of ransoms being paid per year. Any organization, large or small is the target for a ransomware attack, but many are not ready for ransomware as they have neither effective prevention nor a plan for zero downtime or fast recovery.

Mimecast Solution

The Mimecast solution helps organizations likes yours prevent email-borne ransomware as well as protect email system from downtime or data loss. Unlike vendors of standalone security or backup products, Mimecast tackles ransomware with a layered cyber resilience solution, bringing together protection, continuity, archiving, and recovery capabilities for your email from a single cloud solution.

Mimecast’s cyber resilience for email solution helps:

  • Prevent email-borne ransomware infections.
  • Avoid email outages and maintain user productivity.
  • Eliminate data loss with archiving.
  • Automate the quick recovery of impacted email and attachments

The Mimecast cloud-based security service provides always-on, always up-to-date protection without the complexity and cost of traditional email security systems.

 

RECOVERING FROM A RANSOMWARE ATTACK

Mimecast’s co-founder and CTO, Neil Murray, discusses how an organization recovers from a ransomware attack and the unique capabilities of the Mimecast ransomware offering.

Solution Brief

Layered Protection Against Ransomware

Many organizations mistakenly believe that their antivirus and other prevention-oriented security products …


Case Study

Reminger Attorneys at Law Simplifies and Secures Office 365 Email with Mimecast

Reminger Attorneys at Law Simplifies and Secures Office 365 Email with Mimecast


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