Email is the number one vector used by cybercriminals to penetrate and attack enterprise IT systems.
Kaspersky Security for Mail Server uses multiple security layers based on machine learning and leveraging global threat intelligence data to detect and block email-borne cyberthreats. It is effective against malware and ransomware, and protects against spam, phishing and BEC attacks. This award-winning protection helps stop attackers from harming your business using emails and email attachments as a conduit.
Kaspersky Security for Mail Server protects mail on the latest versions of all major emailing platforms, including Microsoft Exchange and Linux-based servers.
The complex, deep learning-powered phishing protection leverages the latest data science and applied linguistics to detect social engineering-based attacks – including sophisticated Business Email Compromise (BEC)
Intelligent, cloud-assisted spam filtering for Microsoft Exchange and Linux-based mail servers works in real time to significantly reduce the traffic load from unwanted messages
This solution is particularly well suited to addressing the security requirements, concerns and constraints of these enterprise sectors.
Professional help is available whenever you need it. Operating in more than 200 countries, from 34 offices worldwide, we have you covered 24/7/365. Take advantage of our Premium support packages, or call on our Professional Services to ensure that you derive maximum benefit from your Kaspersky security installation.
Learn more, with thought leadership from our globally recognised cybersecurity experts
Email remains the number one route into attacking and disrupting any major organization. Your choice of email security solution largely dictates the likelihood of:
Ransomware attacking through an infected email or attachment
Systems penetration as part of an APT
Phishing scams, defrauding your employees and your business
Time-wasting, resource-hogging spam
Time-wasting 'false positives' generated by over-automated anti-spam
Abuse of trust and Business Email Compromise (BEC)