Spam emails are one of the biggest threats for modern businesses and need to be monitored to minimize any risks they bring.

Threats of Spam Emails:

  • Malware and viruses: Spam emails may contain attachments or links that can install malware or viruses. This compromises the security of the entire network and puts sensitive information at risk.
  • Phishing scams: Spam emails may attempt to trick recipients into revealing sensitive information, such as passwords or account numbers, through fake websites or login pages. This can lead to identity theft, financial fraud, and other forms of cybercrime.
  • Reputation damage: Spam emails can damage a business’s reputation by annoying or offending customers, or by making the business appear unprofessional or untrustworthy.
  • Productivity loss: Spam emails can waste valuable time and resources by clogging up inboxes and distracting employees from their work. They can also cause email servers to slow down or crash, further disrupting productivity.
  • Compliance violations: Spam emails may violate laws and regulations related to data protection, privacy, and email marketing. Businesses that fail to comply with these laws can face fines, legal action, and damage to their reputation.


How Do I Protect My Emails?

To protect against these dangers, businesses should implement a range of security measures, including spam filters, email moderation, antivirus software, and regular backups of important data. These are the things that DataUP can implement for your business to help keep it safe, secure, and efficient.


How Will it Look for You and Your Staff?

  • All emails will be run through our spam software to check for legitimacy and virus’.
  • All clean and legitimate emails will be forwarded to you and not stored in our spam filter.
  • We ill hold all spam emails and send you a spam report twice a day. This spam report will have the emails sorted in to three categories ‘informal’ ‘spam’ and ‘virus.’
  • You will have the ability to release any email that is not flagged as a ‘virus.’