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The Ultimate Guide on Choosing Proxies for Email Protection: Free Whitepaper

proxies for email protection

Iveta Vistorskyte

2020-12-141 min read

Businesses tend to share sensitive and essential information via emails. However, more than 90% of cyber attacks have been launched via emails, meaning that it’s one of the weakest chains in companies’ security. There aren’t any doubts that companies have to ensure their email protection, so they usually entrust this task to professionals in the field – reliable cybersecurity companies.

According to Statista, the secure email gateway market is projected to grow to around 5.6 billion U.S. dollars in 2024, meaning that various businesses and individuals are willing to invest in their email protection services increasingly. This is the reason why cybersecurity companies have to search for the most reliable and effective solutions for an efficient email protection process.

What to expect from this white paper?

  • Learn the main types of email security threats,

  • Discover how proxies are involved in the email protection process,

  • Find out why proxies are necessary for email protection,

  • See what types of proxies should be used to ensure email security.

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The Ultimate Guide on Choosing Proxies for Email Protection


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About the author

Iveta Vistorskyte

Lead Content Manager

Iveta Vistorskyte is a Lead Content Manager at Oxylabs. Growing up as a writer and a challenge seeker, she decided to welcome herself to the tech-side, and instantly became interested in this field. When she is not at work, you'll probably find her just chillin' while listening to her favorite music or playing board games with friends.

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