Six Step Guide to Email Security Best Practice

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The popularity of email as a collaboration tool shows no sign of abating. In fact, research group Radicati predicts that in 2020 the number of emails sent and received per day will exceed 306 billion. Also, with so many employees now working from home, organizations have never been so reliant on email to keep communication and productivity flowing.

However, with collaboration comes risk. Phishing, spam, viruses, business email compromise, data loss (accidental or otherwise) – email has to cope with a large number of cybersecurity risks and threats, so it’s no wonder IT teams have to think carefully about deploying the right solution to keep their organization protected.

In providing that much needed layer of security, Secure Email Gateways need to minimize the risks and threats but do so without impacting an organization’s ability to conduct business. The right solution will also enforce email policy without overburdening IT department, email administrators or messaging teams.

To help IT teams define a robust email security policy and determine what’s required from an email security solution, we’ve put together a new guide. Download our guide to Email Security Best Practices and follow our six easy steps:  

1. Determine what data needs to be protected
2. Be clear about the dangers
3. Establish a robust and sustainable email security policy
4. Close the zero-day window
5. Encrypt sensitive data
6. Monitor behavior and performance

Clearswift has helped organizations protect and secure data for over 25 years. Using award-winning adaptive redaction technology, its email and web security solutions offer organizations the ultimate protection against cyber threats and data loss, without compromising day-to-day collaboration.

Download the Guide

Additional Resources

On-Demand Webinar: Introduction to the Clearswift Secure Email Gateway

Datasheet: Secure Email Gateway

Blog: What is a Deep Content Inspection Engine? 

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