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Mimecast Web Security

Mimecast Web Security

Snapshot

Guards against malicious activity while blocking access to websites deemed unsafe or inappropriate based on each organization’s policies

For

Existing Mimecast customers requiring cloud web filtering and looking to stay within the Mimecast eco-system

Not For

Customers not in the Mimecast eco-system and using alternative email security and archiving solutions

What is Mimecast Web Security?

The Mimecast Web Security feature guards against malicious activity initiated by user action or by malware at the server level, or frontline layer of the web, providing strong security protection and monitoring capabilities for organizations. It works by blocking access to business inappropriate websites, based on configured policies and features. When combined with our Secure Email Gateway and Targeted Threat Protection services, Mimecast Web Security offers a single, cloud-based utility that protects against the two dominant cyber attack vectors: email and the web.

Mimecast Web Security Features

  • New service launched in October 2018
  • Lightweight security at the domain layer stops threats before they can reach your network, greatly improving overall protection for your organization.
  • Easy to configure and implement via the Administration Console, with additional tools to manage and deploy adjustments on an ongoing basis.
  • Consistent application of policies, such as integration with URL - Protect, offering in-depth defense across email and web.
  • Consolidated reporting, with a high degree of visibility into real-time web usage and security risks via activity logs and dashboard analytics.
  • Fully integrated with Mimecast's email security service, allowing customers to manage email and web security via one interface

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Profile: Mimecast Web Security

Category:
DNS Web Filtering
Vendor:
Mimecast
Website:
mimecast.com
Founded:
2003
HQ:
Boston, MA, US
Deployment:
Cloud
Suitable For:
SMBs and Enterprise

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