Secure your email metadata against spymail breaches
MailControl is the leader in enterprise anti-spymail solutions.
What is spymail?
Spymails are emails containing hidden tracking codes that collect metadata about your email engagement.
When you open a spymail, the sender of the email receives metadata that lead to privacy infringment and data LOSS.
Your physical location based on IP address
If, when, and how often you open the email
Device, operating system, and browser
If/where you forward
Would you feel comfortable with your email security if it leaked this much metadata?
Learn more in our knowledge base article about spymail.
Why is spymail a threat to businesses?
Spymail puts businesses at risk of both financial disasters and customer reputation nightmares because the metadata it collects can:
Expose businesses to legal liability if opened or forwarded by employees
Enable outsiders to track physical locations of employees
Reveal sensitive internal email activity to outsiders
Empower sophisticated social engineering and phishing attacks
In this CLE, we look at:
Rules 1.1 (competence) and 1.6 (confidentiality of information)
Technology overview of cloud computing
Rules 1.1 and 1.6 applied to cloud computing
Technology overview of email