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Perception Point Advanced Email Security Primary Use Case

JV
Director of Office 365 Services at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees

We use it to scan email for security purposes. 

It's all cloud, there is no on-premise footprint. All the infrastructure is Perception Point infrastructure.

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Operations and Information Security at a tech services company with 1-10 employees

We use them for email security of all our clients. We only use their email protection right now. We don't use their protection for Teams or other services. We use it strictly for email.

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VP Cyber at R-MOR

I have my own company where I use it personally along with my own people and assets. I am also a consultant to a lot of other companies, for which I integrate this system. Basically, they don't have a lot of functions. We use its mail filtration, i.e., mail defense or mail relay. We also use their Office 365 SharePoint feature.

I provide services to about 80 different companies.

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Senior System Administrator at UAS

We have a hybrid Exchange environment with an on-premises email server and also Office 365. We have multiple domains and the challenge was related to the email filter. We were doing a lot of things manually and we wanted a simpler system.

As of now, we are only using this product for email. However, in the future, we may implement some of the other modules such as SharePoint, Dropbox, or other services.

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YS
Chief Security Officer at a hospitality company with 1,001-5,000 employees

Email protection from:

  1. All malicious attachments. 
  2. Phishing URLs
  3. Phishing and spam emails.
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GF
Head Of Security Operation And Response at a hospitality company with 1,001-5,000 employees

We route all of our inbound emails through Perception Point to have it scan for malicious files, malicious URLs, spam—all the attack vectors that can be used via email. 

We're also using it as a sandbox, which is a new feature we started to use in the last two quarters. We use their API to send files and URLs for investigation to the Perception Point sandbox. Based on the verdict, we take action. If it's clean we keep it in the system, and if it's malicious we delete it from our system.

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PS
CEO at IGuardU

It transports rules from our mail system to their scanning mechanism.

It is a very straightforward solution. The mail just goes through their system. They scan it, and if there are any cases of cyber threats, then they will be stopped over there. We don't really feel the system. It is like fire-and-forget.

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Technical Director at Channel Next

Perception Point Advanced Email Security scans incoming emails.

Our majority of clients are using Office 365.

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TH
CISO at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees

We are today using this product for email filtering and we plan to use it later for file filtering on cloud-sharing platforms.

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AP
Principal at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees

Our primary use case is to secure our email channel. We're using Perception Point only for our email users.

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Security Engineer at Global-e

We are currently working only with email protection. The way it's implemented in our company is that it scans 100 percent of our incoming email traffic. Perception Point has seven or eight scanning engines for detecting malicious activity, whether it's a phishing attempt, a malware attack, or any other type of cybersecurity threat. The way it's implemented is inline, so that if their engines detect something, the problematic email will be blocked and the end-user won't get it.

They also have an Incident Response team so that if something looks suspicious the IR team looks into it and approves or releases the emails. It depends on the use case.

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Chief Information Officer at a legal firm with 201-500 employees

The primary use case is email security.

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PL
IT Department at a transportation company with 201-500 employees

We are using it to screen all emails coming into our infrastructure and email system. So, it is screening and blocking anything noted as malicious. It tags anything noted as spam, which gives us a frontline defense on all emails coming into our organization.

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Learn what your peers think about Perception Point Advanced Email Security. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: January 2022.
563,208 professionals have used our research since 2012.