URL defense is a service that will protect your network by blocking access to malicious URLs in email. These links are carefully evaluated to determine whether or not the link is safe. If the link is detected as dangerous, the URL will be rewritten and you will be redirected to a notification page stating the web page has been blocked. If the link is safe, you won’t see a difference. This protects your sensitive data and prevents malicious software, viruses, and more from entering your network.
Cyber criminals have been fine tuning their skills now more than ever since the term “phishing” has become mainstream. Their phishing emails and websites can appear to look identical to the actual original source. It can be difficult for even the most tech savvy user to know what to look for to prevent becoming a victim of phishing. However, if you remember to look for these 7 signs of phishing, you can easily prevent it from happening to you. Here’s what to look for:
You’ve probably heard a lot of tech news about Intel Security discontinuing McAfee SaaS products and their recommendation to migrate to Proofpoint . I bet your boss has even mentioned wanting to eventually hire someone to migrate to proofpoint but they still have a lot of technical questions… sigh. Here’s 5 technical things your boss wants to know about a Proofpoint migration. You, on the other hand can have fun and learn these 7 Things we already LOVE about Proofpoint Essentials & you will too:
If you asked “What are the Top Email Security Solutions in 2015?” We’re going to show you who won the top 3 best of the best in email gateways and security based on the data collected from the 2015 Gartner Magic Quadrant report. Sure, there’s magazines and big name companies that share their top picks of email security for usability and preference, but when email security is all that matters the world looks at the Gartner Magic Quadrant Report for an objective rating.