As organizations learn to navigate life in the cloud, they need a higher level of preparedness. The volume of cyberattacks organizations face has seen increased this year and includes ransomware, phishing and impersonation fraud. The world was been rocked by two massive malware outbreaks of Petya and WannaCry last year.
Email is the most prevalent and common entry point for attackers looking to gain any foothold into an enterprise system and obtain sensitive data. Email security includes multiple methods to keep sensitive information in email communication and account safe against unauthorized access, or compromise. Email as a channel is maximum used to propagate malware, spam and phishing attacks. Hackers use deceptive messages to entice recipients to share sensitive information, open attachment or click on hyperlink, that will install malware on the victim’s computer.