From phishing attempts to malicious attachments, email servers are constantly under attack.
The risk of falling victim to a cyberattack has significantly increased throughout 2021. This is largely due to the covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent growth in remote working.
Currently unsolicited and malicious emails account for more than half of global email traffic. While working remotely, users may open an email/ click a link that previously they would have checked with a colleague. Anti-phishing email protection is essential to protect devices that are now operating outside of the secured perimeter.
How can your organization deal with a phishing attack?
If your organisation is hit with a phishing attack today, do you have the necessary tools and procedures in place to quickly recover? Can you identify the source of the attack, and are you in a position to prevent similar follow-up attacks? Organisations must be prepared for a cyber-attack at a moment’s notice.
At S2 computers we use a secure email protection solution to keep client emails safe. This blocks malicious links and phishing attempts but allows genuine emails to enter the client’s inbox. Our solution has a market leading 99.99% Spam Catch Rate.
Cyber-criminals are always one step ahead of many traditional email filters when implementing new techniques to target organisations. Whereas our solution has the ability to anticipate new, previously unknown, attacks using predictive technology.
Our email security solution is easy to manage, packed full of features, with more being added all the time. It prevents malware and phishing by scanning all inbound emails in real-time. It then applies comprehensive content filtering rules that provide a high degree of granularity needed to protect against malicious threats.
As well as filtering inbound emails, our solution also scans all outbound emails for both spam and malware. It blocks any that may result in the associated organisation´s IP address from being blacklisted.
Make email safe for your business – contact us today to learn more.