Red Sift, SMX partner to offer cloud email security to AU & NZ firms
Category: #business  By Saipriya Iyer  Date: 2022-05-10
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Red Sift, SMX partner to offer cloud email security to AU & NZ firms

Red Sift, a global cybersecurity company, has recently announced that it is entering into a strategic collaboration with SMX, a specialist in cybersecurity email, to help firms located in New Zealand and Australia to solidify their email security posture and threat protection.

Under this arrangement, Red Sift’s top-class Reporting Platform will combine with SMX’s new DPS (Domain Protection Service) to deliver a new combined DMARC execution offering, aiding customers in enhancing email threat monitoring and liveliness in responding to threats.

SMX and Red Sift are expected to demonstrate their joint offering at AusCERT 2022 in Broadbeach, Australia.

The DPS service offered by SMX enables enterprises to sustain an effective DMARC implementation with the help of Red Sift’s top reporting platform for quantifying, identifying, and responding in real-time to the dynamic threats.

The real-time reporting of Red Sift provides crucial data that empowers SMX to deliver their proficiency in redefining the security profile and managing SMX DPS deployment efficaciously across the domain of an enterprise.

The expertise of SMX combined with Red Sift’s reporting capabilities will offer the level of monitoring and agility needed to be ahead of the existing email threat landscape.

Richard Fraser, CEO of SMX, said that every firm in Australia has an exclusive threat environment, and the customers are looking forward to a locally designed, region-specific, and supported approach to cyber security.

The DMARC managed service of DPS has been made possible due to this strategic collaboration with Red Sift, which offers clients customized protection profile needed to respond in real-time to the dynamic threats and will augment email cyber-security in the New Zealand and Australia.

According to research and advisory firm Gartner, 90% of the Global 2000 will have DMARC by 2026. As the email threats are constantly evolving and becoming increasingly complex, it is vital that before those enterprises create a sustainable and streamlined DMARC execution process that can be updated easily to replicate the current dynamic digital environment.

Source Credit - https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220508005036/en/Red-Sift-Partners-with-SMX-to-Provide-End-to-End-Cloud-Email-Security-to-Organizations-in-Australia-and-New-Zealand

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