Email Security

FluidOne deploy Mimecast's cloud-based multi-layered intelligent detection engines to protect customer email data and employees from malware, spam, phishing and targeted attacks.

Email Security Key Features

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Business continuity

Keep business email working when primary systems fail.

Comprehensive security protection

Better security and system performance with the ability to stop known and advanced email threats.

Visibility and control

Ultimate administrator visibility and control to rapidly and consistently apply policies across the organisation.

Monitoring and Reporting

Scheduled and defined reports of corporate email system usage patterns.

Single cloud based platform

A single cloud platform with threat intelligence that updates instantly and extends easily to control.

Making email safer for business

Mimecast's security, archiving and continuity cloud services protect business email and deliver comprehensive email risk management in one fully-integrated subscription service.

How Mimecast's Email Security works

Supporting multiple email platforms including Microsoft® Office 365™, Microsoft® Exchange, IBM® Notes® and Google® G Suite, Mimecast security, archiving and continuity services remove the risks and complexities of business email management. A purpose-built true SaaS architecture delivers virtually limitless scale, and services can be upgraded with ease to meet your evolving needs.

Our Guarantee

FluidOne focuses entirely on the interests of our customers and on the delivery of service excellence. Every service is backed by a tailored end-to-end Service Level Agreement (SLA) or SLA+, which captures and targets the essence of the service relationship. Continual monitoring ensures that performance levels are always maintained and reported on.

From our HUB on Email Security

Privacy vs. Security – Finding the Right Balance

Posted on 13th November 2014

There is an old saying when it comes to information: knowledge is power. This is why the UK government is currently locked in a battle with Internet Service Providers (ISPs) over the amount of information they should legally be allowed to have access to, especially when it comes to...

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Banks are warned to increase Online Security

Posted on 9th September 2014

With an increasing amount of cybercriminals attacking large organisations, banks in particular have been warned that they need to do more to protect both themselves and their customers. Over the past few years a number of consumers have been switching to paperless banking by utilising websites and Apps in order...

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eBay Cyberattack sparks debate over Data Security

Posted on 22nd May 2014

Over the past few months the online community has been rocked by numerous cyberattacks leading to a substantial amount of personal information being accessed. Just one month ago we were faced with the issue of the Heartbleed bug which supplied hackers with personal information from some of the biggest sites...

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