Whether it’s a malware infection or a phishing attempt, the consequences of a cyberattack are just too costly for you to overlook security. It can hold your critical data or entire systems hostage, and when a data leak happens, it not only affects your company but your reputation as a business owner as well.
So what has that got to do with your communications? Your inbox is the primary method that hackers take advantage of to gain entry into your system. According to this SANS survey, online threats enter via email attachments at an estimated 75% and via users clicking on a seemingly harmless web link in their email at 46%.
And we have the numbers to prove it
Low false positive rate lets you sleep at night knowing your email will
always be protected and spam is blocked even before they reach your inbox