Vade Secure, the global leader in predictive email defense, announced the availability of Auto-Remediate for Vade Secure for Office 365. The new feature extends Vade Secure’s AI-based threat detection and mitigation capabilities, providing MSPs and small businesses with comprehensive, continuous, and automated protection before, during, and after the attack.
Leveraging Vade’s real-time view of emerging global threats from 600 million mailboxes, Auto-Remediate automatically removes any malicious messages from users’ inboxes, mitigating attacks before they disrupt the business.
“As an MSP, we don’t have time to manually find, investigate, and respond to new email threats,” said William Bluford, Vice President at Huntington Technology, a Managed Services Provider in Detroit, MI.
“We need technology that just works and provides a high degree of automation. That’s why we selected Vade Secure for Office 365 in the first place, and it’s why we are looking forward to using Auto-Remediate to further strengthen protection of our customers.”
Earlier this year, Vade Secure released a manual Remediate feature that enables MSPs and admins to remove one or more threats from users’ inboxes with just a click.
Auto-Remediate vastly improves this capability by introducing automation functionality powered by threat intelligence and user feedback from Vade’s 600 million protected mailboxes. Responding to emerging attacks as they occur, Vade Secure’s AI learns from its mistakes and takes immediate action to remove any threats have reached users’ inboxes.
“Email attacks are becoming more dynamic, more persistent and more successful as hackers pinpoint new ways to penetrate Office 365 environments,” said Adrien Gendre, Chief Solution Architect at Vade Secure.
“Vade Secure’s AI engine uses threat intelligence from 600 million mailboxes to continuously learn how to detect more threats. Now, with Auto-Remediate, our engine is learning from its own mistakes and automatically fixing them for users, allowing MSPs and their customers to focus on other priorities.”