Tessian Cloud Email Security intelligently prevents advanced email threats and protects against data loss, to strengthen email security and build smarter security cultures in modern enterprises.
Tessian has been recognized by Gartner in the Market Guide for Data Loss Prevention (DLP) 2022 as a Representative Vendor for next generation DLP. Gartner makes the distinction that, “DLP is a mature technology, but the emergence of tools with a focus on cloud and insider risk management use cases has provided SRM leaders with the option to invest in a next-generation data security tool.”
The need for cloud native DLP tools is growing in-step with increased public cloud adoption, and the report mentions that, “In 2021, Gartner fielded 29% more client inquiries on the topic of DLP than in 2020.” In the latest Gartner forecast, “Worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow 20.4% in 2022 to $494.7 billion, up from $410.9 billion in 2021, according to the latest forecast from Gartner. In 2023, end-user spending is expected to reach nearly $600 billion.”
Email is a significant threat vector for data loss. In separate research conducted by Tessian (2022), the risk for a data loss event occurring via email is high, with nearly 60% of organizations surveyed having experienced an email data loss incident due to an employee mistake in the last 12 months. Email was also identified as the riskiest channel for data loss, followed by cloud file-sharing and instant messaging platforms.
Gartner underscores the importance of addressing data loss risk on email due to the fact that “email is one of the most prevalent means of sending information and a priority for most clients.” And in reference email security DLP capabilities, Gartner states:
“Some email security vendors’ solutions can also address accidental data loss use cases, such as the sending of email to the wrong recipients or the sending of wrong attachments. These solutions use artificial-intelligence- based algorithms to track users’ email patterns and notify users if they may be accidentally sending sensitive information.”
These intelligent email DLP capabilities are native to Tessian, having the ability to prevent misdelivered emails and misattached files from being sent, as well as preventing malicious attempts at email data exfiltration.
The report identifies three key findings:
Some of the key recommendations include:
Tessian’s unique approach to securing the email ecosystem and preventing email data loss hinges on three pillars:
By leveraging machine learning powered behavioral detection, Tessian’s cloud email security platform is able to prevent both accidental and malicious data loss attempts from becoming incidents – ensuring data security compliance, while reducing the burden on SecOps.
Combined with contextual, in-the-moment end-user warning banners, security culture is strengthened by empowering end-users – through a range of DLP policy enforcement options – to make the right security decisions.
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Gartner, “Market Guide For Data Loss Prevention”, Ravisha Chugh, Andrew Bales, July, 19, 2022.
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