Targeted Threat Protection - URL Protect is an email security technology, that protects users against spear-phishing and targeted attacks in email. It provides your organization with the following benefits:
- Instant protection from targeted attacks and spear phishing attempts across all devices, without any client side software.
- Protection against good websites turning bad or delayed exploits.
- Centrally managed, rapid deployment using without any additional infrastructure to maintain.
- Centrally visible administrative monitoring and reporting on user activity.
- How Does Targeted Threat Protection - URL Protect work?
Learn how Targeted Threat Protection - URL Protect works, and how your users will use it.
- Configuring a URL Protection Definition
Understand how to enable the Targeted Threat Protection - URL Protect features by creating a definition.
- Attaching a URL Protection Definition to a Policy
Understand how to use a definition with a URL Protection Policy to apply granular control to the flow of email messages as they are processed by Mimecast.
- Configuring a URL Protection Bypass Policy
Learn how you can exclude specific senders or recipients from URL Protection policies, by creating a URL Protection Bypass policy.
- Using Managed URLs
Understand what a Managed URL is, and how to configure them to allow or block a specific domain or URL.
- Decoding / Checking a URL
Learn how Administrators can identify the real URL behind a email link without clicking on it.
- Displaying Targeted Threat Protection - URL Protect Log Files
Understand what a Targeted Threat Protection - URL Protect log file displays, and how to block or allow a URL.
- Create a URL Protection Policy for Google Calendar invites
If your organization uses Google Apps, learn how to apply Targeted Threat Protection - URL Protect to Google Calendar invitations.
- Using the URL Protect Dashboard
The Targeted Threat Protection - URL Protect Dashboard displays a graphical summary of URL protect activity.
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