Proactively identify email security risks
Granular reporting that rapidly pinpoints email risk and delivers ROI
Rapid email analytics across your human layer
Egress Analytics gives you granular reporting to drill down into your human layer security posture so that you can rapidly identify vulnerabilities and highlight where breaches have actually been stopped by Egress solutions.
Comprehensive analytics into multiple sources of email risk, including how employees are interacting with Egress advice, provide the visibility you need to proactively monitor risks and safeguard compliance, and then effectively offer clear solutions to senior leadership and the wider business.
Gain visibility into your human layer
Access instant intelligence across your email information flows.
Proactively reduce email risk
Don't be reactive. Get ahead by tracking risks in a matter of clicks.
Prove breaches you've stopped
Highlight gains in human layer security in order to prove ROI.
Rapidly identify the number of incidents prevented with simplified datasets. A drop-down menu of different time periods and an interactive timeline also allow you to assess risk levels over time.
Tracking multiple sources of risk
Gain visibility into specific sources of human-activated threats: misdirected emails; insecure domains; display name impersonation; large recipient lists; multi-domain emails; as well as new, and mis-spelled, aliases
A list of top users, as well as exportable details of all relevant emails, including whether advice was accepted or rejected, allow you to quickly understand how users are interacting with Egress advice over time.
Fine-grained user analytics
Search for, and analyse, specific individual profiles and rapidly pinpoint where specific employees may need targeted, additional training support.
Email analysis software
Automatically analyse email content to prevent accidental data breaches
Three-quarters of Government organisations are not fully secure
People-centric data security company Egress has found that only 28% of gov.uk domains have been proactive in setting up DMARC appropriately, in line with UK Government Digital Service (GDS) advice in preparation for the retirement of the Government Secure Intranet (GSI) platform in March 2019.