Document leaks via email: How to deter them

As part of a study included in the 2022 Cost of Insider Threats Global Report, companies were surveyed on how they communicate with their employees and contractors. Not surprisingly, 52% reported using corporate email. But it is interesting that 39% also mentioned that they use their employees’ personal email addresses at work. The question arises how the security of such email is ensured and how to ensure that an employee does not leak confidential documents by email, both personal and corporate.

That is why LeaksID can integrate with your mail servers so all sent attachments will be protected by invisible markings. To find out the details of the integration, write to us at [email protected].

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