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You’re probably familiar with email viruses and the unpleasant consequences they can have for users, but are you aware of the serious implications that an infection could have for your company?

Despite the existing email protection provided by Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP) in Microsoft 365, 85% of users have experienced an email data breach over the past year. This article will explore where Microsoft 365 email security falls short in safeguarding users and key business assets against credential phishing, account takeovers and the other dangerous threats that cloud email users face daily, and the type of proactive, layered supplementary protection that is required to make Microsoft 365 email safe for business.

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The tide is turning away from relying on endpoint protection alone, as businesses are quickly recognizing that protection that works at the client level on devices such as laptops, desktops and mobile devices is limited in its ability to safeguard users and key assets against phishing, ransomware and other dangerous threats. Despite the widespread use of endpoint protection, cyberattacks and breaches - over 90% of which are initiated via email - are occurring at an unprecedented rate, with one in five businesses getting hacked daily. 

The prevalence and impact of ransomware has become clearly apparent. Earlier this month, the closure of one of the US' largest pipelines due to ransomware highlighted the real-world consequences of a successful cyberattack. Ransomware attacks dominate security news headlines daily, so much so that people have begun to dismiss them as inevitable. But this is far from the truth. While ransomware is a serious threat to all  businesses, the good new is that these devastating attacks can be prevented with a proactive, multi-layered email security solution in place. This article will explain everything you need to know about ransomware and ransomware protection to safeguard your users, your key assets and your reputation.

You’re probably familiar with phishing - the prominent email attack that deceives recipients to gain access to their confidential information - often results in serious consequences for its victims, including loss of revenue, reputation, and even forcing some to cease operations completely.

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