Paubox Releases New Email Security Strategy Guide for 2019

Paubox, a leading provider of HIPAA compliant email, announced the release of their new Email Security Strategy Guide. With high profile cyber attacks in the news, this guide gives organizations a blueprint for developing an effective email security strategy to prevent and mitigate threats.

San Francisco, United States - July 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, July 12, 2019 – Paubox, a leading provider of HIPAA compliant email, announced the release of their new Email Security Strategy Guide. With more and more high profile cyber attacks reaching the news, this guide gives organizations a blueprint on how to develop an effective email security strategy to prevent and mitigate threats.

Topics in the Email Security Strategy Guide includes defining what email security really means, the business impact for not having a robust strategy, common threats and best practices to combat cyber attacks.

“We often get asked about our thoughts on the state of email security, especially the more high-profile inbound threats like ransomware,” said Rick Kuwahara, Chief Marketing Officer of Paubox. “This guide is our way of outlining what elements a good email security strategy should have, which includes understanding what threats are already out there.”

According to IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach Study, the global average cost of a data breach is $3.86 million. Making threat prevention even more of a priority for businesses in various industries.

The urgency for solutions has become even more heightened with the recent news of municipalities paying six-figure ransoms to retrieve their data from successful ransomware attacks. The cause of the breaches having stemmed from successful phishing attempts made through email.

Part of the solution outlined in the Paubox Email Security Strategy Guide is having the right technical solutions in place, along with the right training processes to help employees identify suspicious emails, links, and attachments. As the guide points out, no software is perfect which means “questionable emails may still get through from time to time, so employees should know how to assess messages.”

To read the full guide visit: https://www.paubox.com/blog/email-security-strategy-guide

Paubox is a leading provider of HIPAA compliant email security. Paubox Inbound Security provides spam filtering and advanced threat detection like ExecProtect, which identifies display name spoofing attacks in real-time and prevents them from reaching users.

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Address: 981 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States
Website: https://www.paubox.com

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