Make the web safer for your employees and guests
Protect your employees and guest Wi-Fi users against malicious and inappropriate websites with a 100% cloud-based service that integrates with Mimecast Email Security for consistent cyber protection. Mimecast Web Security is fast to setup and simple to manage.
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Mimecast Web Security Explainer Video
Mimecast Web Security is a cloud-based web protection that stops malware, inappropriate web use, and unsanctioned app proliferation in its tracks.
Watch this video from our partner Mimecast, which gives explains the need for the Mimecast Web Security service and what is included in the service.
How can Mimecast's Web Security benefit your business?
Enforces Acceptable Web Use Among Employees
Visibility & Reporting
Mitigate Shadow IT
Protect Guest Wi-Fi
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are Mimecast?
Mimecast lets SMB businesses achieve the same level of security as companies many times their size, minus the excessive cost and crippling complexity. Their fully integrated, cloud-based suite of solutions provides comprehensive coverage—from email and web security to awareness training, data recovery, continuity, and secure messaging. And the flexible, affordable subscription plans are designed to meet you where you are today and evolve along with you as your business grows
What is web security and why is it important?
Web security should be made a critical priority for every organisation. Alongside email, the web is one of the popular mediums for cyber-attacks. The web and the use of DNS services specifically are part of 91% of all malware attacks, and email and web together are a key part for 99% of successful breaches (Mimecast).
What is end-user security?
End-User Security is designed to give a full, multi-layered, end-to-end protection solution to give you peace of mind when it comes to cyber security and includes: Endpoint Protection, Email Security, Web Security and Next-Gen Firewalls.
How can I prevent a cyber attack?
Set out a clear Cyber Security policy for your organisation. Ensure that all employees are aware of the data security processes, as many cyber-attackers will target employees via fraudulent emails. It’s also important to keep your software up to date and invest in robust security technology/services such as end point protection, SIEM and penetration testing, that will highlight to you where your vulnerabilities are.