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Providing comprehensive security controls before, continuity during, and automated recovery after an attack.
The Mimecast service combines internally developed and third‐party technologies with dozens of internal and external threat intelligence sources. This provides a multi‐layered inspection system that is effective against both widely used commodity attacks as well as customized and highly targeted attacks - all from a single, cloud service. By serving tens of thousands of customers globally, Mimecast leverages massive economies‐of‐scale that improve security, makes it easier to manage, and lowers cost without compromise.Learn more about threat protection
Email may be forced offline by a cyberattack, or purposely by IT to contain a current threat. This can directly impact business operations by preventing or limiting the ability to communicate. Access to files held in the email system can be impacted, too. To prevent these types of outages, Mimecast provides an email system that remains 100% available while ensuring the integrity of the data stored within.Learn more about durability
Cyber-attackers are continually evolving and adapting, and the risks increase every day. Organizations can no longer rely on a defense-only strategy to keep them safe. They need a plan to keep email flowing in the event of an attack and the ability to recover lost or locked data quickly after an attack.
Watch this video to learn about a new approach – Cyber Resilience for Email.
Catch up on the past week’s cybersecurity news. This week’s news covered the gambit of issues that continue to crop up in the cybersecurity world, no matter how much some try to educate. There are still internet scams people fall for and employees d…
Catch up on the past week’s cybersecurity news. The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came back in the news this week with two related items: the United States is finally seeing a similar regulation come into effect (at least …