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End User and Workstation Security

Empower Your Users to Identify and Avoid Malicious Content
Thrive > End User and Workstation Security

Putting Security Tools & Tips in the Hands of Your Users

People are the weakest link in the security chain and human error is the leading cause of data breaches. As attacks become more widespread and sophisticated, end user protection and education are key security measures that can mitigate against costly data breaches.


Cybersecurity Advanced Email Security

Advanced Email Security

Thrive’s Advanced Email Security provides protection against email-borne threats such as viruses, malware, trojans, malicious URLs, and weaponized attachments. Inbound, outbound, and internal email messages are inspected, while unsafe or malicious content is automatically removed before it reaches your network. Sensitive and confidential information can be protected from accidental or intentional exposure through encrypted email and Data Loss Prevention technologies.

Anti-Phishing and Security Awareness Training

People are the weakest link in the security chain. Technology and policy can be overcome by mistakes and lack of situational awareness. Cybersecurity attacks including Phishing and Spear Phishing are common methods of social engineering that cybercriminals use to gain access to critical systems and data, easily bypassing security controls by obtaining access and credentials of legitimate users.

Thrive Anti-Phishing and Security Awareness Training ensures your employees understand the mechanisms of spam, phishing, spear phishing, malware, ransomware and social engineering using training materials and targeted user campaigns aimed at improving awareness of and response to security threats.

Cybersecurity Security Awareness Training

Protect Your Most Complex Business Systems

A successful breach can result in monetary loss, loss of productivity, and brand damage. Make your end users a second line of defense against email scams and social engineering attacks. 

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