About this Report
Cyren examined 11.7 million inbound emails at companies using various email security solutions to measure any possible “security gaps” in their
The study was conducted during September and October 2017, and revealed that, on average, 10.5% of email delivered to users after being scanned by their current email security solution was spam, phishing, or malware email. The report also summarizes results for three separate cases, which illustrate how penetration rates can vary across different companies.
Questions answered by this report:
- What is the average rate of “unwanted” email that current email security solutions fail to stop?
- Based on the
percentages fromthe companies tested, how many phishing and malware emails might be reaching users at my company?
- How widely might the “miss rate” vary across different companies, even utilizing the same solution?
- Of malware being delivered to users, what percentage was previously known, and how much is new, previously unknown viruses, worms, ransomware and such?
- How can I assess my company’s email security performance?