Email security even if you outsource your email to an expert
Most people don’t run their own email systems these days – they leave that to Microsoft, Google or perhaps their ISP – all of whom do a great job of keeping your email running online. However, CyberAlarm’s Email Protect service ensures that your email is not being abused, and that your messages are being trusted by the intended recipient.
Getting started with eMail Protect
Add a domain
We scan for potential issues
We provide a simple and actionable report
Our system never sleeps. We check internal security. We search the internet (including the Dark Web) for warning signs of potential cyberattacks or data breaches. We constantly scan for errors in security configurations, outdated certificates, risks of data theft and more.
We go further to learn everything about your customers’ online setups. We’ll identify who manages their email, where their website is hosted, which social media accounts they have, and which, if any, security settings they have enabled — and so much more.
Accept no imitations. Our system continually searches the web for threats that are trying to copy your customers’ domain names, impersonate their site or pretend to be their social media accounts. You can access your Online ID Report 24/7.
Most small businesses don’t have a big IT team that can handle the response to a cyber incident. Our machine learning algorithms are tuned to the task – processing hundreds of incidents and resolutions. We then draw on this knowledge to automatically alert you to known hacks in real time.
We’ll regularly scan online systems to detect any known weaknesses that could leave your customers vulnerable to hackers, and check hundreds of risk points — from out-of-date software and badly configured accounts to known compromised online applications.
Data breaches can cause major problems — but most businesses aren’t aware of data theft until it’s too late. Our innovative tools will alert you as soon as any data is stolen, so you can prevent the worst effects of the data breach and notify your clients (and relevant authorities) accordingly.