Email Security

Egress Secure Workspace

Easily share confidential data with Egress Secure Workspace. Our encrypted environment offers enterprise-grade permissions at the click of a button. This enables employees to control how teammates and external partners interact with files to keep sensitive content secure. Secure Workspace can be used to share files of any size or format, and users can set controls to limit when and where recipients can access information, and what they can do with it. Robust anti-virus checks, and accredited security frameworks provide additional protection.

Egress Protect

Make sending encrypted emails easy with Egress Protect. Our simple controls combined with gateway encryption, means you can send and revoke sensitive emails and large files securely. Maintaining your compliance and removing risk. Our flexible authentication techniques remove friction and even allow trusted recipients seamless access to sensitive emails without having to log into a separate secure portal.

Egress Prevent

Stop email data loss with Egress Prevent Prevent uses social graph and contextual machine learning technologies on desktop and mobile to accurately model user relationships. We then detect anomalous recipients in real time to avoid a damaging data breach. Importantly, we also supervise our machine learning algorithms with policies so Prevent can immediately detect more outbound risks, such as wrong attachments, conflicts of interest, data exfiltration, and weak TLS certificates.

Egress Defend

Stop targeted email attacks with Egress Defend. We combine zero-trust models with intelligent linguistic and contextual analysis to detect the sophisticated cyberattacks that bypass your traditional email security solutions. Our real-time alerts and feedback provide teachable moments that clearly explain risk to users. This provides active learning that augments your security awareness training programs and builds a first line of defense against threats.

Laptop running slow? You might have been cryptojacked.

It’s always frustrating when your laptop starts to slow down. The more you click, the more it seems to stutter and have a good think about everything you ask it to do. Joining video calls and even opening documents becomes a chore. Normally, this is a sign to free up some storage space or request a new device/component from the IT department. However, an unusually slow laptop can also be the sign of something more sinister – cryptojacking.

COVID-19 Phishing Lure to Steal and Mine Cryptocurrency

Recently, we observed a malware spam campaign leveraging the current COVID-19 situation. The emails were sent from a compromised mailbox using a mailer script. The message contains a link leading to a Word document. The email takes advantage of a COVID-19 test mandate as a pretext to lure the unsuspecting user into clicking the link and downloading the document. Figure 1. COVID-19 themed malspam with link to the malicious document.

Four cybersecurity predictions for 2022

2021 has been another challenging year for businesses, not least because of the ongoing wave of cyberattacks. Everyone is hoping for some good news in 2022, but realistically, cybercrime slowing down won’t be on the agenda. Cybersecurity and avoiding the threat of data breaches is going to be front of mind for many going into next year. We’ve spoken to two members of our leadership team who’ve shared their thoughts on four trends we’re likely to encounter in 2022.

Easily Find and Secure Sensitive Data in Gmail with Egnyte

Gmail is an immensely popular service, with nearly 2 billion active accounts. And as the service has grown, businesses have turned to it for all kinds of things it was never meant to do: user authentication, password recovery, and perhaps most problematic, the passing of sensitive or regulated data between parties.

Securing your M365 journey: Stopping the additional 30% of email security risks

The way in which we respond to email security risks needs to change. It’s no longer a case of reinforcing the network perimeter. The risks are now far more complex and nuanced, driven by human behaviour. From every conversation we have, Security and IT leaders tell us that people: These are a combination of both inbound and outbound threats but what they have in common is that they are human-activated risks – there’s a person behind each of them.