The State of Email Security

91%

Believe web or email spoofing will remain the same or increase in the coming year.

Attackers are more agile and creative, creating campaigns based on real world events faster.

Remote working has changed the way we defend our users and data.

Reviewing email threats inside and beyond the perimeter

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Losing the ability to train users on premises and in classrooms has created a bigger gap in human knowledge around security.

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Cyberattack volumes surge.

Key UK Email Security findings over the previous 12 months

To learn what other firms have experienced in email and web threats during the first half of 2020, download a copy of the latest global threat intelligence and findings from Mimecast in their annual State of Email Security report.

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Email and web spoofing continue to rise
Attackers are more agile and creative, creating campaigns based on real world events faster
Remote working has changed the way we defend our users and data
A human gap due to the loss of ability to train users on premises and in classrooms