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Exchange Servers Are Vulnerable - Learn How To Secure Your Email Server Now
2020 and the first few months of 2021 have highlighted the vulnerability of Microsoft Exchange email servers, and the importance of securing Exchange with effective supplementary email protection.
EnGarde Cloud Email Security: The Logical Solution to Cyber Risk in Microsoft 365
With the rapid transition to an increasingly digital society and a largely remote workforce, Microsoft 365 use has skyrocketed, highlighting dangerous risks users face in the platform due to both its immense popularity and inadequate built-in email security defenses.
Buyer's Guide to Microsoft 365 & Workspace Email Security
The proliferation of Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace use for business has highlighted the inadequacies in the built-in email security defenses provided in these platforms, which often leave users and critical data vulnerable to attack by providing a false sense of security. These primitive, single-layered defenses are unable to anticipate and block sophisticated emerging attacks, and there are no preventative measures in place to combat zero-day exploits. Despite existing protection, 40% of users have experienced credential theft in Microsoft 365. 
Buyer's Guide: What to Prioritize in an Email Security Solution
Business email risk is universal - and greater than ever in our increasingly digital society. Understanding the risk you face online is the first step in reducing it. To help you evaluate your current email security solution, as well as other solutions that you may be considering, we’ve put together a email security checklist of key characteristics that buyers should look for in an email security solution for their business.
What Are Zero-Day Attacks & How Can I Prevent Them?
Zero-day attacks are becoming increasingly prevalent and problematic for businesses. The term “zero-day” is used to describe the threat of unknown or unaddressed security vulnerabilities in software or applications.  Thus, attacks that exploit zero-day vulnerabilities often occur without users’ knowledge, and can carry hefty costs for organizations in the form of lost productivity, data theft, system downtime, reputation damage and regulatory actions.
Open Source: A Powerful, Yet Underutilized Weapon against Phishing & Zero-Day Attacks
Phishing scams and zero-day attacks dominate the modern email threat landscape, and these dangerous, costly threats are becoming increasingly problematic for businesses. over 90% of modern cyberattacks begin with a phishing email, and zero-day malware - or malware that does not match any existing antivirus signature - accounted for half of all malware strains detected in 2019. 

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