Protection Using Cisco Secure Email
It is foolish to think your email is safe. Threats come in many varieties… attachments, embedded code, executables, or outright phishing attempts. With our IronPort filter service, you can rest assured you have eliminated the biggest threats to your network.
Business email compromise
A business email compromise (BEC) is an email from a sender or email address that looks legitimate. The intent is to trick the recipient into sharing their otherwise secure information. The email accounts of corporate executives or wire transfer staff are often spoofed.
Cisco Secure Email technologies address weaknesses in Office 365 security and many other email systems. It blocks advanced email threats, including BEC, ransomware, phishing, spoofing, and spam. It also provides a full graphical email conversation stack that shows the entire scope of compromised messages, including inbound, outbound, and internal user-to-user messages.
Malware is software designed to infiltrate your computer and damage or destroy computers and computer systems. In 2018, Gartner reported 10.52 billion malware attacks globally. There are many types of common malware to include Trojan viruses, viruses, worms, spyware, adware, and ransomware.
Cisco Secure Email detects malicious content. With Cisco Advanced Malware Protection, it combats ransomware hidden in attachments and with Threat Grid, it defends against sandboxing.
Phishing is an attack on your system in which case the email sender sends a fraudulent emails which appears to come from a reputable source. The goal of the attack is to steal personal and sensitive data including credit card and account login information. Gartner reports that 27 percent of the data breaches in 2020 involved the theft of credentials by phishing.
The content of every message is analyzed by Cisco Secure Email to identify phishing, BEC, and spam.