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2021 Gartner Market Guide for Email Security

The Gartner Market Guide for Email Security explains what integrated cloud email security (ICES) solutions are and why they’re essential for modern enterprises. Download a copy now to learn why enterprises are moving away from the SEG.

According to Gartner, continued increases in the volume and success of phishing attacks and migration to cloud email require a reevaluation of email security controls and processes.

As a result, security and risk management leaders must ensure their existing solution remains appropriate for the changing landscape.

Download the 2021 Gartner Market Guide for Email Security to learn:

  • What integrated cloud email security (ICES) solutions are and why they’re essential for modern enterprises

  • Why the market is moving away from traditional secure email gateways to a combination of native cloud email security and ICES platforms

  • Why security leaders should find an ICES solution that uses AI to detect communication patterns and conversation-style anomalies

Fill out the form to receive your free copy of the 2021 Gartner Market Guide for Email Security today.

After reading this report, you are eligible for .5 CPE credits through (ISC)².

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Gartner, Market Guide for Email Security, 7 October 2021, Mark Harris, et. al.
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