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Oct 14, 2023
Oct 14, 2023
There are a lot of considerations:1) a tool that provide visibility 2) a tool that could be compliant with your security framework 3) a tool that it's setup is fast and easy.4) a tool that could provide with good reporting
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TC
Sep 4, 2023
A few important aspects to consider when evaluating Email Security tools are: -Effectiveness in detecting and blocking various email threats, such as spam, phishing attacks, malware, and ransomware. -Advanced threat intelligence and real-time updates to stay ahead of emerging threats. -Robust filtering capabilities to prevent false positives and false negatives. -Strong encryption and data protection features to ensure the confidentiality of sensitive information. -User-friendly interface and ease of use for both administrators and end-users. -Compatibility and integration with existing email systems and infrastructure. -Scalability to accommodate the organization's current and future needs. -Comprehensive reporting and analytics to monitor and analyze email security incidents. -Availability of reliable technical support and customer service. -Compliance with industry regulations and standards, such as GDPR and HIPAA.
Alejandro Flores. - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 14, 2023
There are a lot of considerations:1) a tool that provide visibility 2) a tool that could be compliant with your security framework 3) a tool that it's setup is fast and easy.4) a tool that could provide with good reporting 
US
Sep 4, 2023
Sep 4, 2023
Email security tools are important for companies because they help protect sensitive information and prevent unauthorized access. A few other reasons are: -They safeguard against phishing attacks and malware threats. -They ensure the confidentiality and integrity of email communications. -They help prevent data breaches and unauthorized access to company networks. -They provide encryption and a...
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TC
Sep 4, 2023
Email security tools are important for companies because they help protect sensitive information and prevent unauthorized access. A few other reasons are: -They safeguard against phishing attacks and malware threats. -They ensure the confidentiality and integrity of email communications. -They help prevent data breaches and unauthorized access to company networks. -They provide encryption and authentication mechanisms to secure email content. -They help companies comply with industry regulations and data protection laws. -They reduce the risk of financial loss and reputational damage due to email-related security incidents. -They offer advanced threat detection and prevention capabilities. -They provide email filtering and spam detection to minimize the risk of malicious emails reaching employees' inboxes. -They enable companies to enforce email usage policies and control access to sensitive information. -They offer monitoring and reporting features to track and investigate suspicious email activities.
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For most companies, whether they are large or small organizations, cyber threats and hacker attacks are a major concern and an ongoing challenge. Since cybersecurity is a critical part of any enterprise IT environment, it is important for software engineers, security, and DevOps professionals to stay up to date on the most recent trends in order to be well prepared for tackling ever increasing ...
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SB
Apr 8, 2022
I agree with many of these observations.  A trend I noticed as a security professional was that putting bandaids on legacy technology buys little protection and the bigger your enterprise the harder it is to embrace newer safer technologies.  As an example, Microsoft Active Directory is entrenched in most organizations but is so complex and so relied upon it has become a major attack vector.  Newer offerings bring a compelling alternative but the difficulty in switching increases exponentially with the size and complexity of the existing environment.  Ultimately, even the cloud offerings (Web2) are being replaced by Web3 (blockchain-based) technologies offering Immutable file storage and backup today.
Navcharan Singh - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 24, 2023
With zero trust, there are no boundaries, and nothing is inherently trusted. While clearly more restrictive, the benefit of the Zero Trust Security model is it creates a far more secure environment that protects against unauthorized access to sensitive data and digital assets.
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