Cyberattacks and damages due to email breaches dramatically increased again this past year. The FBI estimates $5 billion in losses worldwide as email continues to be a primary attack vector for the initial compromise, with business email compromise accounting for $676 million in losses alone in 2017.
As SMB organizations move their email infrastructure to cloud solutions like Office 365 and Gmail to reduce operational costs, gain additional capabilities etc., time is ripe for revisiting existing legacy security measures and replacing them with cloud-centric security controls.
Download this whitepaper to learn:
- Why protecting cloud email like Office 365 and Gmail is different from on-premises email infrastructure;
- What native security protection offered by cloud email vendors does and does not do;
- What is different about attacks specific to cloud email, such as account takeovers.
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