Clearswift Secure Email Gateway to enhance data security in Microsoft Office 365 :

For many organizations, Office 365 is the ideal collaboration tool, providing a convenient platform for employees to share information and communicate daily. Microsoft offers different tiered packages to suit a variety of customer requirements. Its Office 365 Enterprise E5 and Microsoft 365 E5 packages provide platforms for mid and larger sized enterprises, with lower tiered products offering fewer inclusive features and therefore less protection against ransomware, advanced persistent threats (APT) and data loss protection (DLP) risks.

In this document, we look at the common areas of concern we hear from customers using the Office 365 Enterprise E5 and Microsoft E5 platforms and look at how the Clearswift Secure Email Gateway (SEG) can be used to provide enhanced Adaptive Data Loss Prevention (A-DLP) protection and complement the Office 365 hygiene components.

Key Features :

  • More Comprehensive and Easier to Configure Adaptive DLP and Compliance Controls
  • Additional Layer of Ransomware and APT Protection
  • Better Visibility of Policy Violations and Tracking of Message Flow in real-time

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Secure Email Gateway:

Around the world, defense agencies, governments and financial institutions rely on Clearswift’s award-winning Secure Email Gateway to provide the highest level of protection for email, transforming it from a high-risk communication channel to one that is safe and secure.

With deep content inspection capability and powerful adaptive redaction features, it intelligently inspects, detects emails and attachments down to a depth of 50 levels, and modifies messages in real-time, removing only the elements that can cause disruptive cyber-attacks and unwanted data breaches.

Working alone or alongside cloud-based email applications such as Office 365 and G Suite, the Secure Email Gateway is an essential security layer to maximize cybersecurity defenses.

Key Features:

  • Unparalleled Deep Content Inspection
  • Real time Adaptive Redaction
  • Inbound Threat Protection
  • Multi-Layered Spam Defenses with choice of 3 AV engines
  • Lexical Expression Qualifiers to minimize false positives
  • Outbound Data Loss prevention
  • Built in Compliance dictionaries
  • Flexible and Granular Policy Control
  • Choice of Encryption options

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Secure ICAP Gateway:

As part of an all-encompassing data security strategy, organizations need to secure and protect content that is uploaded or downloaded from the web or shared via managed file transfer (MFT) solutions.

The Secure ICAP Gateway complements existing web proxy infrastructures and MFT software to provide an added layer of data security. A deep content inspection engine detects sensitive or critical data, active and malicious threats and then applies the appropriate remedial action, allowing safe content to flow through and reducing business disruption.

The Secure ICAP Gateway is deployed by organizations in defense, financial, government and healthcare industries who need to ensure their data security policies are consistent over all channels. This fully automated solution keeps internet data safe and secure, underpinning compliance requirements and avoiding unwanted data breaches.

Key Features :

  • ICAP Integration to complement existing infrastructures
  • Advanced Threat Protection
  • MFT Integration
  • Deep Content Inspection
  • Real time Adaptive Redaction

Clearswift Secure ICAP Gateway :

  • Secures Internet traffic
  • Integrates with Zscaler, Blue Coat, F5, Barracuda, Squid servers
  • Secures Manager File Transfer
  • Integrates with HelpSystems GoAnywhere MFT and Globalscape
  • Adaptive DLP controls in real-time
  • Prevents ransomware and phishing
  • Plugs cloud leaks
  • Blocks shadow IT
  • Enables compliance with regulations

Additional Security :

  • Combine HelpSystems GoAnywhere MFT with Clearswift SECURE ICAP Gateway
  • Mitigate the risk of:
    • A user accidentally exposing the wrong information
    • Malware being sent from a trusted partner
    • Receiving unwanted media types such as executables and binaries

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