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Why move your email security to the Cyren Cloud?

Cyren Email Security is a cloud-based secure email gateway that filters your organization’s inbound and outbound email to protect users from cyber threats and spam. Powered by the Cyren GlobalView™ security cloud, Cyren Email Security delivers the fastest and most comprehensive security in the industry. And as a 100% SaaS service, it’s easy to buy, deploy and manage.

  • Block malicious or unwanted email at the perimeter of your network, before it consumes any of your bandwidth
  • Award-winning malware, phishing and spam detection proven at companies like Google, Checkpoint and McAfee
  • Advanced threat protection including cloud sandboxing, malware outbreak protection, and time-of-click analysis
  • Policy-based encryption of email traffic for senders and recipients
  • Outbound protection blocks botnet-infected devices from sending malware or spam from your domain
  • Low TCO with a per-user SaaS pricing model, and no appliance boxes to procure, host, patch or upgrade

SaaS simple

Cyren Email Security is a 100% cloud-based service that delivers on the promise of SaaS simplicity – quick to deploy, easy to manage, and less expensive to operate. With a simple per-user subscription pricing model, you pay as you go, expanding service usage according to your needs. And with no hardware or software to deploy, manage, patch, and upgrade, its much less expensive to operate.

  • Reduced administrative overhead, no maintenance, no updates
  • Easy-to-use policy management eliminates misconfiguration
  • Centralized visibility with comprehensive reporting in web-based Cyren Admin Console
  • Subscription model with lowest TCO
  • Strong security for Office 365 and G Suite
  • Stop advanced threats with inline sandboxing