Retarus playing a role in Zero Trust Threat Prevention

Retarus playing a role in Zero Trust Threat Prevention

Forrester Research has for some time now been proclaiming a “Zero Trust Threat Prevention” paradigm. And Retarus fits perfectly into this framework.

Email security is one of the disciplines of which Zero Trust Threat Prevention is comprised. As companies are increasingly migrating to cloud email services, such as Office 365 and Gmail, the filtering of both incoming emails for undesired and/or malicious content and outgoing emails for leakage of sensitive data is also ever more likely to be shifted into the cloud.

Email security technologies monitor incoming and outgoing mail traffic for spam, phishing, viruses, worms, Trojans and other malware. The functions include anti-spam, anti-phishing, anti-malware, data leak prevention (DLP) and encryption techniques. Email security technologies are able to filter out undesired and/or malicious content in incoming messages, without placing any additional strain on the organization’s internal infrastructure. This reduces costs, while also increasing operational efficiency.

We are offering the comprehensive Tech Tide™ Report “Zero Trust Threat Prevention, Q3 2018” as a free download for users registering to our website.

The Retarus Enterprise Cloud scores with its ability to separate those emails sent from person to person (P2P), those sent from applications (A2P or transactional) and bulk mail transmission from each other, ensuring that business-critical communication remains highly available. More details about Retarus Email Security, Email for Applications, especially in conjunction with Office 365, can be found on our website.

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