Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365 is the #1 choice when it comes to protecting your cloud-oriented enterprise from email-borne threats.
While the default Microsoft security controls provide only a basic level of security, Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365 controls known, unknown and advanced threats. It uses advanced heuristics, sandboxing, machine learning and other next generation techniques to stop the spread of phishing, ransomware, malicious attachments, spam and business email compromise (BEC).
Phishing is a conduit to delivering malware and ransomware to your network. While only 4% of users actually click a malicious link, it’s enough to let the epidemic in. Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365 applies a mix of proven methods such as SPF, DKIM and DMARC with sandboxing and machine learning to filter out threats before users can make a mistake.
We know how diverse enterprise security scenarios. Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365 is not limited to just checking incoming messages. It scans all inbound, outbound and internal mail traffic for threats. If you want to run a security scan on-demand or check particular user groups, you can do so.
Like Microsoft Office 365, Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365 is hosted in the cloud and connects instantly to the existing infrastructure via API. It guarantees hassle-free integration and doesn’t delay email delivery. Whether you have completely migrated to the cloud or still use a hybrid infrastructure the solution supports all these integration options.
Kaspersky Lab doesn’t store any of your corporate data on their servers. You are always the one to decide where to host your mailing security service according to the local data protection regulations.
Email remains the number one route into attacking and disrupting any major organization. Your choice of email security solution largely dictates the likelihood of:
Ransomware attacking through an infected email or attachment
Systems penetration as part of an APT
Phishing scams, defrauding employees and the business
Time-wasting, resource-hogging spam
Time-wasting 'false positives' generated by over-automated anti-spam
Non-compliance with data protection legislation