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Sophos Becomes the First Email Protection Solution to Offer Predictive Security with ATP & Anti-Phishing

Sunil Sharma, Vice President – sales, India & SAARC at Sophos
Sunil Sharma, Vice President – sales, India & SAARC at Sophos

To save your e-mails, Sophos Email Advanced includes CryptoGuard technology in the sandbox to stop ransomware

Now the mails will be boosted by artificial intelligence, protects emails on Microsoft Office365, Google G-Suite, Exchange 2003+, New anti-phishing authentication using SPF, DKIM, and DMARC, Cloud-managed protection through Sophos Central.

According to a recent study conducted by Sophos it was found that 50 percent of organizations worldwide have suffered a ransomware attack in the last 12 months. To save your e-mails, Sophos Email Advanced includes CryptoGuard technology in the sandbox to stop ransomware before it makes it to your employee’s inboxes. Another primary defense against ransomware and phishing attacks is Time-of-Click protection, which scans the URL at the time of click, preventing stealthy and delayed attacks. Outbound scanning and multiple policy support can prevent a compromised organization from unintentionally forwarding malware or sending spam out to customers or partners, reducing the community impact of an attack and protecting an organization’s reputation.

It is easy to avail the facility of Sophos Email Advanced from registered Sophos partners worldwide. Additional information can be found on the Sophos website.

“Ransomware-As-A-Service (RaaS) and packaged malware kits have made it easier for cybercriminals to customize and deliver more complex, targeted attacks through email. It is expected that business and consumer emails will reach 319.6 billion per day by the end of 2021. As malware attacks from emails become more effective, it is important for organizations to put in place a robust IT security infrastructure to protect against threats. According to the Phishing Temperature Check report conducted by Sophos along with Freeform Dynamics in association with The A Register, 41% of IT pros report daily phishing attacks and 66% of malware was installed via malicious email attachments, which is a testimony to the urgent need of email security in organizations. As a result, creating a culture of security and data protection awareness has risen in priority with the greater risk of email born ransomware and the introduction of new legislation such as GDPR.” said Sunil Sharma, Managing Director Sales at Sophos India & SAARC.

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