Trustwave SpiderLabs Exposes Unique Cybersecurity Threats in the Public Sector. Learn More

Trustwave SpiderLabs Exposes Unique Cybersecurity Threats in the Public Sector. Learn More

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Mitigate risk of a cyberattack with 24/7 incident and health monitoring and the latest threat intelligence.

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Trustwave Named a Trail Blazer in Radicati Secure Email Market Quadrant 2024 Report

Trustwave MailMarshal solidified its leadership position in the email security space, being named a Trail Blazer by the analyst firm Radicati Group in its Secure Email Market Quadrant 2024 report.

Radicati highlighted MailMarshal’s product features, multiple solutions available, and a long list of strengths as primary reasons why Trustwave earned Trail Blazer status. In addition, the report cited Trustwave MailMarshal’s advanced email encryption, malware analysis sandbox, advanced threat protection, image analyzer, and antivirus software support as features that helped the MailMarshal solution stand out from its competitors.

“Trustwave MailMarshal addresses email and cybersecurity threats through a single platform that offers advanced protection leveraging proprietary threat intelligence and research, policy configuration, and in-depth data security and compliance management,” the report noted. “The latest version includes an improved Management Console with enhanced email inspection and reporting.”

Radicati defines a Trail Blazer as a vendor offering advanced, best-of-breed technology and has the potential to “disrupt” the market with new technology or new delivery models.
For Trustwave, these include MailMarshal’s use of artificial intelligence and machine learning combined with real-time threat intelligence derived from its Trustwave SpiderLabs Email Security Research and Malware Analysis Team.

Radicati positions vendors in its quadrants based on the level of functionality, the breadth and depth of features of each vendor’s solution, and the vendor’s strategic direction, which comprises a thorough understanding of customer needs, the ability to deliver through attractive pricing and channel models, solid customer support, and strong ongoing innovation.

Additionally, the analyst firm evaluated vendors for their deployment options, whether their platforms supported multiple email platforms such as Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, etc., spam and malware detection abilities, and DMARC, SPF, and DKIM support.


The Secure Email Market

Radicati’s report noted that the Secure Email market continues to see strong growth as email is still a leading vector for malware attacks and penetration. This trend is leading organizations of all sizes to invest in solutions to help protect against all forms of email-borne threats, particularly phishing and spear-phishing attacks.

Radicati expects worldwide revenue for Secure Email solutions to grow from almost $5.9 billion in 2024 to more than $12.5 billion by 2028.


The Benefits of Trustwave MailMarshal

  • Over 12,000 unknown pieces of malware detected each day by MailMarshal’s artificial intelligence and machine learning engines.
  • Protects against ransomware attacks, Business Email Compromise (BEC), phishing scams, malware, and Zero-Days.
  • Zero clients reported ransomware infection in 20+ years.
  • More than 99.999% malware and exploit capture rate.
  • < 0.001% spam false positives.
  • Layered threat intelligence, powered by telemetry from 5,000+ global MSS/ MDR clients and ML-powered algorithms.
  • Granular control of internal SMTP traffic.
  • Decades of leadership in email security supported by Trustwave SpiderLabs’ elite threat detection security team.
  • Deploy on-prem or hybrid cloud.
  • Complements Microsoft 365 and other cloud email.


Top Email Security Best Practices

To fortify their defenses against cyber threats, organizations should elevate the importance of email security and develop a robust strategy to shield this critical point of entry. Here are key steps to consider:

  • Implement a Strong Email Security System: It’s imperative for organizations to install a formidable email security system. Such a system should be equipped with sophisticated features to identify and neutralize a range of email threats.
  • Activate Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)/Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) : It’s advisable for organizations to mandate MFA/2FA for all user accounts when feasible. This extra security measure significantly undermines the effectiveness of attacks that rely on stolen credentials. Notably, Microsoft research indicates that an overwhelming 99% of breached Microsoft accounts lacked MFA protection.
  • Regular Security Awareness Training: It’s crucial to conduct periodic security awareness training for all staff members. These sessions should focus on recognizing phishing attempts and adhering to best security practices. Educating employees on potential cyberattack methods equips them to identify and counteract such threats. Security teams should also emphasize the importance of seeking additional verification before altering banking information or approving financial transactions via email.
  • Adopt a Secure Email Gateway (SEG): Organizations should integrate a Secure Email Gateway that aligns with their unique requirements. The SEG should excel in intercepting and blocking email-based threats. Moreover, clear guidelines should be established regarding the handling of various file types received through email to minimize the dangers posed by harmful attachments.

Incorporating these strategies into their email security framework allows organizations to markedly bolster their protection and diminish the likelihood of succumbing to email-centric cyberattacks.

Trustwave MailMarshal


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