Fidelis Email Security for Office 365 Offers 100% Visibility; Stops Data Theft
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Fidelis Cybersecurity unveils Fidelis Email Security for Office 365, with the aim to provide transparency and control over email traffic on any device that is connected to cloud applications. The new solution helps firms to identify the inbound and outbound threats like malware and malicious attachment.
When Fidelis Email Security encounters a threat, it notifies and halts the unauthorized transfer of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and other intellectual propriety using email. It also cautions and prevents mail delivery.
“Organizations of all sizes are moving their core business applications to the cloud. But with the convenience of cloud-based applications and services comes new security risks” says Kurt Bertone, CTO at Fidelis Cybersecurity.
There are times when security analysts fail to detect threats and suspicious activities coming from cloud based email applications. Fidelis Email Security for Office 365 addresses this concern by making it easy for security analysts. It helps enterprises in overcoming the challenges by extending network sensor and detection technologies to provide increased protection of valuable data in cloud-based email environments.
Fidelis security tools provide 100 percent visibility into Office 365 mail traffic to and from a Microsoft Exchange Server. By leveraging Microsoft Azure cloud, it also provides interaction without requiring any physical appliance.
Some highlighting features of the solution include: scanning of each mail message in real time and apply proprietary threat intelligence to identify and quarantine inbound and outbound threats; Visibility to security analysts so that they can review past activity and investigate potential incidents using current threat intelligence and newly acquired indicators of compromise; Stopping unauthorized access and transfer of PII and confidential data; automate threat detection and investigation capabilities.
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