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Today’s leading email security solutions typically are strong spam filters but were not designed to prevent today’s advanced ransomware attacks and document-based exploits. In fact, even with current email security in place, successful ransomware attacks grew 50% year-over-year in 2016. With 93% of phishing emails now containing encrypted ransomware and 43% of their victims being employees in organizations, it only takes one mistake for an organization to be compromised. Organizations need a new option for protecting email from advanced threats across their enterprise. 

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How Metadefender Email Security Acts as a Second Layer of Defense for Threats

Metadefender Email Security is a second layer of defense to boost existing email security's effectiveness against advanced threats by using multi-scanning and data sanitization technology. Most email security solutions generally use three or fewer anti-malware engines and therefore fail to detect many threats, but OPSWAT improves detection of known threats to nearly 100% with its multi-scanning packages. Organizations can also take advantage of the most advanced data sanitization (CDR) technology on the market as part of their package of services.

Customers of Metadefender Email Security can take advantage of the following security features:

Data Sanitization (CDR)

Strips exploitable content such as scripts and hyperlinks from email body and attachments, minimizing risks caused by exploiting system vulnerabilities or user error while preserving file usability.

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Anti-malware multi-scanning

Scans emails with up to 30 anti-malware engines using both signatures and heuristics for the best protection from outbreaks and known threats without affecting the performance of email servers.

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Archive Handling

Scans over 30 compressed file types for threats, detecting threats hidden deep within archives by individually scanning each file and leveraging the archive handling capabilities from many engines to maintain fast processing.

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