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And how industry analysts from Gartner, Forrester and 451 Research are recognizing Tessian for email security and data loss prevention.
According to the latest 2021 Gartner Market Guide for Email Security report, “Email continues to be a significant attack vector for both malware and credential theft through phishing. Ransomware, impersonation, and account takeover attacks are increasing and causing direct financial loss, as users place too much trust in the identities associated with email inherently vulnerable to deception and social engineering.”
Gartner recommends that security and risk managers for email security should:
“Use email security solutions that include anti-phishing technology for business email compromise (BEC), protection that uses AI to detect communication patterns and conversation-style anomalies, as well as computer vision for inspecting suspect URLs.”
“Consider products that also include context-aware banners to help reinforce security awareness training.”
Gartner predicts that by “2023, at least 40% of all organizations will use built-in protection capabilities from cloud email providers rather than a secure email gateway (SEG). The report also states that advanced email security capabilities are increasingly being deployed as Integrated Cloud Email Security (ICES) solutions rather than as a gateway. Increasingly, the combination of cloud email providers’ native capabilities and an ICES is replacing the traditional SEG.
Get your complimentary copy of the research to learn more about Gartner’s recommendations and find out why Gartner has named Tessian a Representative Vendor in the 2021 Gartner Market Guide for Email Security.
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New Forrester Consulting research commissioned by Tessian shows Security and Risk leaders feel little control over risks posed by employees and legacy solutions aren’t enough to protect enterprises today.
On the other hand, organizations that deploy Human Layer Security technology feel more prepared to face email security threats and data breaches and display more control over business disruptions, demonstrating a higher level of security maturity.
The latest Gartner Market Guide for Data Loss Prevention states, “The enterprise DLP market is mature, but integrated DLP and cloud-provider-native DLP solutions offer emerging capabilities that are much needed by security and risk management leaders starting DLP programs. This research offers guidance on market trends and their impact on data security strategies.”
According to Gartner, “The market for DLP technology includes offerings that provide visibility into data usage and movement across an organization, as well as dynamic enforcement of security policies based on content and context at the time of actions on data. DLP technology seeks to address data-related threats, including the risks of inadvertent or accidental data loss and the exposure of sensitive data, using monitoring, alerting, warning, blocking and other remediation features.”
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Tessian provides a layered approach to email security by seamlessly integrating with Microsoft O365 and Google G Suite email infrastructure providers, extending their native capabilities, and protecting against phishing attacks and other inbound and outbound threats.
Your email data is an invaluable source of threat intelligence.
Using machine learning and heuristic models, Tessian’s Human Layer Security Engine detects and prevents threats in real-time. Machine learning models constantly learn and evolve over time.
Automatic, real-time prevention of inbound and outbound email security threats like Spear Phishing Business Email Compromise, Misdirected Emails and Data Exfiltration.
Automatically prevent a wide range of inbound attacks that bypass Secure Email Gateways (SEGs), while providing in-the-moment training to drive employees toward secure email behavior.
Sending an email to the wrong recipient or sharing a wrong file accidentally could have serious consequences. Find out how Tessian Guardian uses machine learning to automatically detect and prevent accidental data loss without the need for manual configuration.
Automatically prevent sensitive information from being exfiltrated to unauthorized, non-business recipients. Enforcer allows enterprises to track and prevent irregular transfers of information to unauthorized destinations.