Mimecast Mailbox Continuity Highlighted as a Strategic Asset for Cyber Resilience for Email
Mimecast Limited (NASDAQ:MIME), a leading email and data security company, today announced it has been awarded best ‘Continuity and Resilience Provider Service/Product’ at the 2018 BCI Global Awards.
Mimecast received recognition for providing an outstanding service and product, relevant to the continuity and resilience profession. This award follows Mimecast being recognized at the BCI Africa Awards 2018 for Mimecast Mailbox Continuity.
In the event of a sudden or planned email outage, Mimecast Mailbox Continuity is designed to provide uninterrupted access to live and historic email and attachments from the Mimecast cloud using everyday tools like Microsoft Outlook® for Windows® web and mobile applications. Employees get access to email — from anywhere, on any device. Administrators can monitor email flow, receive alerts and manage a continuity event quickly and easily from just about anywhere.
In 2017, Mimecast supported thousands of customers globally to protect against more than 2,900 days with email disruption, saving an estimated $9m in economic activity based on a typical 25% productivity loss.
Pete Banham, cyber resilience expert at Mimecast, commented, “Today’s resilience requirements demand more than a defense-only security strategy to counter continuity challenges impacted by cyber-attacks, hardware failure, extreme weather and human error. Global organizations are increasingly relying on the same shared IT and communication infrastructure from global cloud computing vendors. For example, operational dependency on the Microsoft Office 365® platform is massive and accelerating, which creates new challenges for business continuity, IT and cybersecurity professionals.
“The only way to mitigate these new risks is to adopt a strategy of cyber resilience. Essentially a multi-dimensional approach that brings together threat protection, the right durability and tested recoverability. For many organizations this can effectively reduce the ‘recovery point objective’ and ‘recovery time objective’ for email to near zero – all while retaining a complete security posture.”Email This Post