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Email Management

We provide a systematic approach to maximizing email efficiency and minimizing phishing risks and lost threads.

What is a data retention policy?

A data retention policy, or records retention policy, is an organization's established protocol for retaining information for operational or regulatory compliance needs.

When writing a data retention policy, you must determine how to: organize information so it can be searched and accessed later, and dispose of information that's no longer needed.

Some organizations find it helpful to use a data retention policy template that provides a framework to follow when crafting the policy.

A comprehensive data retention policy outlines the business reasons for retaining specific data and what to do with it when targeted for disposal.


Why is a data retention policy important?

A data retention policy is part of an organization's overall data management strategy. A policy is important because data can pile up dramatically, so it's crucial to define how long an organization must hold on to specific data.

An organization should only retain data for as long as it's needed, whether that's six months or six years. Retaining data longer than necessary takes up unnecessary storage space and costs more than needed.


DMARC can make your email safe again

When you implement DMARC analyzer tool, you can guarantee delivery of all genuine emails and stop fake emails being sent from your domain. By preventing spoofing, you’re not just securing your brand. You’re securing the future of your organization.

Email Deliverability

Email deliverability is a term that refers to the ability of an email message to arrive in the recipient’s email inbox. In addition to ability to deliver emails at all, deliverability is related to inbox placement – whether an email appears in the primary inbox, the promotional tab, another inbox, or the spam folder.

Most often, email deliverability is a percentage of emails that were accepted by the ISP (e.g. 98% of emails were delivered, as opposed to bouncing).Marketers use email deliverability to figure out whether or not their emails are reaching their customers.

A failure to reach customers reduces the performance of a marketing email, which is one reason that email deliverability is extremely important to every business.

Phishing Protection

Phishing attacks are the easiest way for cyber criminals to infiltrate business systems. Phishing attacks start with a deceptive email designed to impersonate a reputable vendor, a well-known institution, or even a trusted co-worker or manager.

The email invites you to click on a malicious link, sign in to a spoof website, or download a bad attachment. That’s all it takes to hand over the keys to your kingdom.


Secure Email Gateway

Secure Email Gateway protects organizations and employees from spear-phishing, malware, spam and zero-day attacks by combining innovative applications and policies with multiple detection engines and intelligence feeds to keep sophisticated attackers out.
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