Phish Are Getting To Your Inbox: Why Your “Secure” Email Gateway Isn’t


Published February 2021


Every hour of every day, phishing emails evade perimeter control - in most cases, secure email gateways (SEGs).

Once delivered to the inbox, phish tempt users to click and give up network or personal credentials, activate malware, or fall for scams like sextortion or wire transfer fraud. According to researchers at TAG Cyber and New York University, over 50% of enterprises report that phishing emails reach the inbox roughly once a week.

Since SEGs are missing so many phish, there’s a good chance other technologies—firewalls, anti-virus, and EDR – also aren’t spotting these threats. Such gaps can leave you vulnerable for hours or even days.

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