CAPTCHA, Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart, is widely used as a security mechanism to classify human and computer. This security mechanism is based on the Turing Test, which has been conceived to ensure network security.
I work as a Quality Executive at a Consumer Goods company.
At the moment, we're researching an email security solution. We have 1000+ users.
Among others, we've been looking at these products: Cisco Secure Email, Forcepoint Email Security and Barracuda Email Security Gateway.
Which of those solutions would you recommend? Please explain its advantages.
Would you recommend any diffe...
Top brands don't mean best or most cost-effective. My advice is to look a bit further before you make a decision.
Evidence suggests that most top brands are pretty good at detecting and blocking malicious attachments, best case letting through 1%, but can be worse than 50% when it comes to detecting malicious links in the text of the email.
There are numerous less well-known vendors with lower-cost AI-based solutions that have a far better success rate, also providing employees the ability to report on suspect emails which auto-removes them from other staff members' inboxes until they have been properly assessed. Some will provide a visual risk score to the recipient to give them advance warning to be more cautious.
Combining this kind of capability with staff awareness products keeps your vendor list lower and further improves efficiency.
For around £2 GBP per user per month (less than $3) we provide different vendors depending upon the customer's environment but provided as a managed service. This allows our customers to outsource some of the monitoring and day-to-day management, spread the cost on a monthly basis, and flex how many licences they need on a monthly basis too i.e. if you drop 20 users don't pay for them but if you increase by 20 you don't need complex co-termination and pro rata discussions.
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