With the on-premise deployment option, your data resides on your network premises, thus reducing the dependency on the Internet for local mails.
Frequent questions on email security
What is email security?
Email security is a term used to refer to the security practices and technologies used to protect your inbox from email-borne threats. Email is the entry point for a majority of the cyber threats. Email security helps you protect your sensitive email communication from the prying eyes of hackers and protects your data, people, and organisation.
What characteristics should I look for when choosing an email security solution?
Traditional security solutions fail to detect advanced attacks, so you need to have an effective email security solution that can identify latest, emerging, and known email threats. The solution should have an advanced threat protection capability to detect, block and take required action against sophisticated and targeted threats.
What are different types of email threats?
Some common email threats are spam, phishing attacks, and malware. Advance form of email threats includes Business Email Compromise (BEC), Spear-phishing, Ransomware, Domain Impersonation/Spoofing attack, Cryptoware, Advanced malware, Zero-day, Malicious URLs, Whaling Attacks etc.
How could these email threats potentially affect my business?
Email infiltration could result in financial loss and brand reputation damage. Moreover, you could lose critical data / sensitive information, become unproductive at work (since email plays an important part in workplace productivity), have your account compromised, and have to pay compliance fines. You might also lose your intellectual property.
Can I see the threat detection matrix for Logix email security?
Yes, please write to us for the key features and threat matrix table which covers threat detection and the action set.
What are the basic measures that I need take to secure my emails?
1. Protect your account with unique strong passwords.
2. Review email address of senders.
3. Do not engage with email that are suspicious in nature, check the language used in the email, if any spelling mistakes or any urgency shown by the sender to share your credentials or process payment.
4. Do not download attachments from unknown senders or do not click any links mentioned in the email with a malicious site.
5. Conduct security awareness training program so that your staff can effectively deal with email attacks.
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