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Solving the Web Security Challenge
Email and web are the top two vectors for cyberattacks, serving collectively as the initiation point for 99% of successful breaches. Because cybercriminals use these channels together, a seamless, simple, and scalable web security strategy for protecting them together is essential. Protect your employees and guests against malicious websites and malware.
 

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Defending your organization against cyberthreats is a complex task that often requires a diverse and complex set of tools. Adding technologies is easy. Getting them to work together can be far from simple. However, the ability to do so is not just essential to optimizing your investments – it’s the key to ensuring your organization stays as safe as possible.
 

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The number of phishing sites detected is up 30%

Owned domains are easily spoofed.
Brand imitation is on the rise.
Spoofing attacks are difficult to detect and even harder to resolve.
 

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At Mimecast, we believe in the power of together. That’s why our technology was built for the cloud from the ground up. Our purpose-built, cloud-native platform – known as Mime|OS – provides an extensible architecture that lets you quickly and easily integrate Mimecast with existing investments.
 

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Only 1 in 5 organizations offer monthly awareness training to employees
 

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Your customer's brand is valuable - It’s also bait.


Cybercriminals consistently take advantage of how easy it is to impersonate an organization’s email or website. To combat this, you need full visibility, speed of discovering spoofing attacks and timely remediation. It’s no longer enough to protect just what’s yours. It’s time to move from defense to offense.
 

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Defending your organization against cyberthreats is a complex task that often requires a diverse and complex set of tools. Adding technologies is easy. Getting them to work together can be far from simple. However, the ability to do so is not just essential to optimizing your investments – it’s the key to ensuring your organization stays as safe as possible.
 

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Web Security Starter Kit​

Cybercriminals use a combination of spoofed domains and phishing to get your end-users to click on malicious links. They'll utilize not only email, but social networks and other business communication tools making it more likely for your end-users to click on something they shouldn't. Using traditional attempts to block access like firewalls, web proxies, and unified threat management systems aren't enough to protect users outside your organization's network.
 

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The number of phishing sites detected is up 30%
  • Owned domains are easily spoofed.
  • Brand imitation is on the rise.
  • Spoofing attacks are difficult to detect and even harder to resolve.
 

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Cybercriminals use a combination of spoofed domains and phishing to get your end-users to click on malicious links. They'll utilize not only email, but social networks and other business communication tools making it more likely for your end-users to click on something they shouldn't. Using traditional attempts to block access like firewalls, web proxies, and unified threat management systems aren't enough to protect users outside your organization's network.
 

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51% of organizations have suffered from a ransomware attack​

On average, organizations experienced 3 days of downtime as a result.

Only 1 in 5 organizations offer monthly awareness training to employees​

Without frequent training to enhance “the human firewall,” organizations are exposing themselves to even greater risk.

85% believe the volume of web or email spoofing will remain flat or increase​

Organizations have been made aware of 9 web or email spoofing attacks in the last year – that’s just what they know about.
 

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Solving the Web Security Challenge

Email and web are the top two vectors for cyberattacks, serving collectively as the initiation point for 99% of successful breaches. Because cybercriminals use these channels together, a seamless, simple, and scalable web security strategy for protecting them together is essential. Protect your employees and guests against malicious websites and malware.
 

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Justin was panicking. A huge deal was on the line; but try as he might, his company’s email system kept rejecting his attempts to email the final 25-page contract to the client. Then he remembered a Dropbox promotion sent to his personal email. He set up an account and logged in, uploaded the contract, and sent the link to his client. Easy as that, the deal was done. Three weeks later, however, he couldn’t find any files on his computer. After days of troubleshooting, IT discovered his credentials had been stolen. Justin had used his corporate credentials to create a Dropbox account on what turned out to be a spoofed website. All his new client’s information was now exposed, along with details from all his other accounts. How Mimecast Could Have Helped • Mimecast Web Security would have blocked access to the spoofed Dropbox site, preventing Justin from handing over his credentials • Mimecast Large File Send would have allowed Justin to send/receive his contract without leaving Outlook • Mimecast Large File Send would have applied expiry, no print/forward, and an optional password on the file • Mimecast Large File Send would apply content controls to the file to ensure compliance
 

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Email is core to business operations but also presents organizations with their biggest risk: phishing. Phishing is both the most well-known and the most-effective cyberattack. It’s also one that many cybersecurity professionals themselves have admitted to (almost) falling for once or twice. In 2019, global security decision makers reported that 18% of their external data breaches involved phishing attacks.1 Many of the most effective ones come in the form of business email compromise (BEC) attacks. BECs are impersonation attacks in which the email appears to come from within the company, typically from management or someone in authority
 

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Additional Third-Party Controls Still Needed While many previously believed that native security controls included in cloud-delivered email solutions would secure their organizations, 50% later realized the need to supplement with additional, third-party controls to close gaps
 

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It’s quite easy for attackers to impersonate a brand on the internet. Even unsophisticated attackers can register a similar brand domain or host a website designed to trick customers, partners, and employees, destroying the value and trust that brand owners may have taken years or decades to build.


The number of phishing sites detected is up 30%
 
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