Security & Risk Management

Evaluating, analyzing, and managing the risk and security

How to improve email protection

One of the best methods to avoid hackers is a strong, automated email defence.

This can prevent fraud, phishing and other attempts to compromise your email system and let intruders get inside your computer network.

To frustrate hackers, beef up your defences with proven technology that works exceptionally well with Microsoft 365 and other systems.

On the job all the time

Look for a system that continuously monitors all emails while scanning web pages and URLs. You want a system that studies behaviour – of senders and receivers – and spots threats or unusual activity.

Yes, it will cost money, but it will be money well spent because it reduces the chances of ransomware and other malware shutting down your system.

I can hear you now: “But we just spent a bunch of money training our staff about ways to avoid phishing and all those other sneaky tricks.”

Remember, to err is human, and automated technology systems can correct the inevitable human error that weakens your system.

Peace of mind

You will sleep better if your system automatically removes all suspicious messages. This is available with automated tools that quickly remove threats and suspicious messages. 

An automated system also can stymie credential theft, “zero-day phishing,” and other sophisticated efforts at infiltration.

Mark Wiener

CEO

Mark Wiener, CEO, BizCom Global has spent 30 years in the digital transformation industry even before it was a term.  Focusing on bringing together Operational productivity needs, Financial compatibility and IT standards and integration including security.  He works with companies from the halls of the fortune 500 down to the local mom and pop business focusing on how companies looking through the lens of a cloud first strategy can help achieve improved operational performance with planned and proper implementation of technology which include appropriate cybersecurity controls.

Mark prides himself on his ability to really listen to the customer, honestly assess their needs, and work relentlessly to assure the final solution exceeds the customer’s expectations.

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