Anti-Spam More than 50% of all email is spam. Clear up your inboxes with the Anti-Spam Service from Oman Data Park.
Email Protection Designed for Today’s Business World
Our Managed Anti-Spam Service works hard on your behalf, protecting your business from the relentless attack of spam and phishing emails.
Our systems detect new spam and malware outbreaks immediately, and spam filters apply continuous improvements in secure data collection and analysis. That accumulated intelligence is shared real-time, assuring timely protection against new threats.
We increase email continuity through an extra protective layer on your email flow, and this infrastructure adds redundancy and continuity to your email delivery process. By managing your spam email flow efficiently, we allow productivity increases for workers through less time wasted with junk mail and reduce the risks of an employee clicking on a malicious link.
Benefits of incoming spam protection filters provided
Over Half of All Email Is Malicious
Email spam, also referred to as junk email, is here to stay. You have no doubt received spam email, and probably within the past few minutes. Spam is classed as unsolicited messages sent in bulk by email.
Email spam has grown massively in the lifetime of the internet, with Statista’s latest figures showing that over 53% of all email traffic is spam.
Because emails are widely used in today’s business world, and don’t look like disappearing any time soon, the risk of spam emails remains high. Therefore, an anti-spam service is a necessary addition to any organization’s control measures.
The Negative Consequences of Spam Email
The biggest risk with spam and phishing emails is user error. Spam is designed to appear legitimate, and as if it were sent by a bank or genuine online source. Many of us can pick out the obvious fakes such as the Saudi prince sending $2,000,000 or the Nigerian businessman with a massive deal. Overall, though, spam is becoming more effective.
The primary goal of spam is to get a user to unknowingly download a malicious piece of software through clicking on a link. The average user will receive 16 malicious spam emails per month, almost one per working day. Depending on the size of your organization, this means you will receive anywhere from hundreds, to tens of thousands of potentially damaging emails per year.
Spam can have wide ranging negative effects on your business, including costs associated with recovering and securing compromised employee and customer data. Other financial impacts include legal fees, if having to deal with regulatory bodies. Resulting fines and penalties can also occur from these same bodies.
Spam is a terrible nuisance you simply do not have to deal with.