Given the current, rapidly evolving email threat landscape, 62% of organizations are planning on reevaluating their email security controls, and nearly two-thirds plan to increase spending on email security controls in the next 12 months. Increased investment in automated phishing controls, end-user security awareness training, and encryption services lead the list of email security priorities. Email is one of the top forms of communication used in business, so it is important to make sure it is a top priority for keeping your business and data secure (especially in the era of working-from-anywhere). Most view email as a top-five cyber threat vector, with phishing, considered the leading email security concern.
This guide will go in-depth as to why a majority of organizations run cloud-delivered email, and how most plan to use third-party controls to fill native security gaps. It covers why more training is necessary, and how this training can actually increase the security and productivity of employees.
As organizations struggle to stop phishing-based attacks, increased investment in automated phishing controls, end-user security awareness training, and encryption services lead the list of email security priorities.