So, let’s talk about it. What is involved in great Email protection, and what does an MSSP need in order to provide improved Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) protection to their customers?
Files that enter the internal sensitive network, via any medium, especially Emails with attachments, can be infected with a wide range of threats. Examples of threats include APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats), Trojans and Ransomware, so to make a long story short: Every file and Email are considered to be a “container” of other embedded files and objects.
Large amounts of sensitive information can be deleted, or encrypted, by messages received from malicious Email senders, that could pose significant risks to a company or organization. Each popular file in use is never based on a simple structure as it may seem, but on very complex content and therefore must be filtered professionally.
As time goes on, attacks are more sophisticated and constantly updated, risking that they will easily bypass the systems in use within the organization, like Anti-Virus and Anti-Spam filters, Mail Relays/Gateways, Firewalls, Sandboxes and more.
So, MSSP’s must provide a better secured umbrella for their customers’ Emails.
Only a real CDR solution can eliminate the threats within complex files, that are being detected within the organization, and can be stopped or removed at the gateway level before the attack-vectors can enter the inside of the organization. A genuine solution will take responsibility to re-assemble the Filtered Email only from approved embedded files and objects, while forbidden embedded files and objects are removed. This automated method is the only way to ensure business continuity and avoid shutting down the system for every blocked or infected file.
We believe that receiving a filtered and reconstructed file of the same quality and format as the original one, even in the case of complex files, is imperative to the solution. That the file that is delivered can be used as if it were un-touched.
We at YazamTech have tailored a special offering for the MSSP community. The solution includes a new product enabling MSSP’s to assess whether the files coming into their customer organizations are infected or not, and continuously ensure that every MSSP can meet the cybersecurity service level agreement (SLA) with its customers. The new product is easy to deploy, supporting multi-tenancy and is very cost effective. See it live. Can we show you a demo?