Customized Email Security for Enterprise

Tailored email security solutions based on your organization's specific needs, offering customized case studies of successful implementations.

Benefits of Implementation

Strong Security Against Hackers
The ability to respond to various security threats through email is improved. Not only is spam effectively filtered to maintain a secure email environment, but the system also swiftly detects and responds to attacks such as spear-phishing and Business Email Compromise (BEC).
Application of Email Security Policies
You can apply security policies flexibly, allowing for immediate measures against threats such as ransomware or attachments containing malicious URLs that induce personal information input. This includes blocking attachments, domains, IP addresses, and other actions to swiftly respond to potential security risks.
Email Security Inspection and Verification
With the implementation of an email security solution, it becomes possible to conduct thorough security checks and verification for all incoming and outgoing emails. This capability enables effective protection of the company against external attacks. The email security solution meticulously examines emails, verifies user login and access history, and identifies security threats or violations of email security policies, generating reports for further analysis.
User Education and Training
The implementation of an email security solution allows for providing security education and training to users. Through this, users can gain an understanding of email security policies and learn how to securely send and receive emails, preventing inadvertent leaks of confidential information by internal staff.
Cost Savings
Implementing an email security solution enables effective cost savings by reducing the expenses associated with allocating resources and personnel for email security. This allows businesses to offset the initial costs of establishing an email security solution, facilitating efficient resource utilization and cost management.
Malware Reputation Analysis (ITU-T X.1236 Security Requirements 8.1.2)
Through big data-based inspections, all incoming and outgoing email data from users is regularly examined to identify potentially malicious attachments or forged file extensions that require further investigation. An evaluation of these identified files is then conducted. The analysis is based on the data stored, allowing for the determination of whether there is a risk of email attacks.
Prevention of Malicious URL Access (ITU-T X.1236 Security Requirements 8.1.3)
If a link contained in the body of a received email is detected as a dangerous URL, the email is marked as ‘URL detected’. To prevent clicking on the respective URL, it is converted into an image, and the converted image is inserted into the email body before being delivered to the recipient. If necessary, the original email can be requested to verify the content of the URL.
Email Content Encryption for Outgoing Emails (ITU-T X.1236 Security Requirements 8.3.2)
Corporate administrators have the ability to encrypt the content of outgoing emails that meet specific criteria, such as the IP address from which the email was sent or the number of times the email has been accessed. By utilizing this setting, security can be maintained even after the email has been sent. This feature is primarily employed for emails containing confidential information or those requiring restricted viewing privileges.
Scanning for Malicious Code Even in Whitelisted Emails (ITU-T X.1236 Security Requirements 8.5.1)
In some third-party products, emails included in user-specified whitelists may not undergo malicious code diagnosis. However, our service conducts scans for detection even on emails originating from domains included in the whitelist. This proactive approach allows us to prevent ransomware attacks, including those attempting to disguise themselves as internal employees or those initiated by malicious insiders, ensuring a comprehensive security posture.
Warning Message for Legitimate Emails and Information on Phishing Emails (ITU-T X.1236 Security Requirements 8.5.2)
Before users open an email, the system identifies potential risks in the received email and displays a notification, assigning a risk score. This allows users to easily and intuitively assess or recognize security threats before opening the email. Additionally, an AI diagnostic report is provided, allowing users to check the security status irrespective of whether the email is malicious, enhancing security awareness. By warning users about the potential risks of targeted email attacks in the email subject, users can be aware of the type of malicious emails they have received, contributing to an improvement in overall security awareness.