Human error is involved in 95% of all security breaches. Casual mistakes happen all the time and lead to debilitating financial and intellectual property loss.
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Knowing where to look and what to watch out for is half the battle. Download this report to understand the most pervasive types of email threats, how security professionals perceive them and what they’re doing to combat them. Most importantly, you’ll walk away with actionable steps to improve your organization’s email security and cyber resilience.
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Organizations have moved in droves to cloud-based email solutions, bringing limitless scalability and accessibility at a lower cost. Office 365 is the cloud email management service of choice for most companies, but it comes with inherent risks and security gaps.
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Often, confidential data is lost or exposed by
carelessness or accident. Sometimes, all it takes is a
click. But it doesn’t matter how it happens: once the
information goes public, it can be problematic for the
company. Security breaches cost companies roughly
$600 billion in one recent year, and 95% of those
breaches involved human error.* **
While moving to Office 365
basically lifts the on-prem
Exchange infrastructure and
moves it to the Microsoft cloud,
controls or other complementary
services don’t move with it.