Don’t be a phishing statistic: How to protect your business

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Phishing statistics show that malicious emails are the most common threat to an organization’s security. The consequences can be extremely harmful to your business.

Given the alarming statistics on phishing attacks, it’s clear that email security should be a top priority for your organization. Proton Mail makes it easier for teams to identify and report phishing emails thanks to a suite of technical innovations. For example, it’s not possible to spoof sender email addresses in messages between Proton Mail accounts. Additionally, emails from official Proton Mail addresses are always starred by default (hackers cannot do this).

Please contact our team if you have questions about phishing protections in Proton Mail.

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