Email is a vital communication tool for enterprises – but it’s also the number one cause of data breaches.
Most email protection solutions still take a one-size-fits-all approach, without taking into account the real-world risks to data as it travels over untrusted networks to potentially untrusted recipients, and without considering human error and malicious behavior.
For over 20 years, UK Government organisations have used the ‘gsi-family’ of email domains to secure email communication between departments.
Did you know that 37% of the average Office 365 deployment budget is currently spent on third-party solutions?
Gartner published its ‘Market Guide for Email Security’ in June 2019. In it, Gartner explores how large-scale migration to cloud email platforms (primarily O365) has necessitated a strategic shift in security.
Another day, another data breach hits the headlines. And on top of unfavourable media attention, Ponemon Institute reports that enterprise organisations can now expect these incidents to cost an average of $3.92m.
Despite increasing investment in cybersecurity tools, there’s been a significant rise in the number of data breaches, specifically those relating to insider threats.
GDPR has come into force - and for many organizations this has highlighted the complexity of securing data in employees' mailboxes. From ensuring all sensitive data is encrypted, to fulfilling subject access requests and reporting on risk across corporate email networks, the challenges are beginning to stack up.
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