Agari Announces Spring 2019 Release of its Secure Email Cloud Email Security Solution

Agari has announced the Spring 2019 release of its AI-powered email security solution, Secure Email Cloud. The latest round of updates includes enhanced Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) management and introduces the Continuous Detection and Response Mobile App, which was announced at the 2019 RSA Conference.

BIMI is an industry standard that allows brand logos to be inserted into receiver inbox messages to help end users determine whether a message is authentic. This standard also helps businesses reinforce their brand image by displaying their brand logo to consumers.

The latest release of Agari Secure Email Cloud allows brands to automate the implementation, management, and hosting of their BIMI logos and records. This gives them much greater control over the logos that are displayed by email service providers. Agari has also released a free BIMI record generator and lookup tool to help businesses create their own BIMI record and lookup their current BIMI logo.

At RSA 2019, Agari announced a brand-new technology was about to be introduced that sends push notifications to customers’ mobile devices via a new Continuous Detection and Response Mobile App. When threats are identified by the Agari SOC Network or security incidents occur, users will be immediately notified. The Agari SOC Network is a new threat intelligence sharing network of Agari customer SOC teams, machine-readable threat intelligence feeds, and the Agari Cyber Intelligence Division (ACID).

When threats are delivered, Agari Continuous Detection and Response automatically removes them from inboxes and sends alerts to the SOC team with information about why the threat was blocked together with indicators of compromise. The alerts explain the nature of the security incident and its potential impact on the organization. This allows the SOC team to address threats quickly when they are outside the office.

The latest updates will be rolled out to all Agari customers in April 2019.

Author: Richard Anderson

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