Email content analysis

Email content analysis is a feature of Egress Prevent

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Preserve ethical walls in your organisation

Through a combination of contextual machine learning and advanced DLP rules, we scrutinise an email’s subject line, message body and the data within attachments to make sure that no sensitive information is accidentally or intentionally leaked.

This means, we analyse all aspects of an email message in order to keep information barriers in place and, ensure your compliance, and prevent a costly breach of security and preserve ethical walls where required.

How content analysis works

Interrogation of subject line

Our contextual machine learning examines the content in every email's subject line against the intended recipient(s) to ensure data is shared appropriately.

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Scrutiny of message content

We also inspect the words and characters within the message body to check for any sensitive data that the user wouldn’t normally send to the recipient(s) included.

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In-depth attachment analysis

We scan the data inside all attachments to ensure they're being shared correctly, going beyond traditional name and type analysis

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Did you know we scan the body of emails to protect data? Email message body analysis

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