The State of Email Security 2018 Report
The latest threats, confidence killers and bad behaviors—and a cyber resilience strategy to fix them
Healthcare organizations face the daunting task of coordinating care across internal and external parties, while simultaneously protecting patient privacy. Making it even more difficult, attackers intent on stealing valuable medical record data and armed with ransomware are exploiting often outdated security.
In addition to controlling access to funds, financial services firms hold sensitive client data and are subject to strict regulations which force the archiving of client communications. Financial organizations must respond quickly to litigation and other information requests.
Law firms of all sizes must safeguard email communications and highly sensitive client information while keeping email running 100% of the time.
Mounting cyberattacks on state and local government organizations coupled with ongoing fiscal pressures have exposed critical IT security vulnerabilities which disrupt business as usual and increase the risk of personal data being compromised.
High tech moves quickly, and attackers exploit this by targeting busy employees. Business email compromise attacks can quickly siphon employee and customer data or create fraudulent wires. Spear-phishing compromised email accounts are a perfect jumping off point. And any email downtime can result in lost revenue and customer service challenges.
With a mobile workforce, email security, archiving and continuity needs to work wherever construction employees are. Protect the organization against email threats like business email compromise, spear-phishing attacks and disruptions.
Manage retention periods and respond quickly to information requests with an industry leading archiving solution.
Protect your organization against costly ransomware and advanced email attacks that have negatively impacted the industry. Mimecast neutralizes malicious payloads such as URLs and attachments while also protecting against impersonation attacks. DLP and Internal Email Protect keep compromised and malicious insiders from leaking corporate intellectual property.