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Barracuda Email Threat Scanner
Detect email threats that already exist with within your email environment

Barracuda Email Threat Scanner

Understanding the Threat

According to FBI, business email compromise (BEC) scams were responsible for $12.5 billion in reported losses since 2013.

These highly personalized attacks happen in a much smaller volume than traditional phishing, and typically they do not contain malicious attachments or links. Because of this, they can be very difficult to detect using existing email security solutions.

Secure email gateways can help, but there are thousands of threats that can easily bypass standard email filters. As a result, your email inboxes almost certainly contain dormant threats that could cost you time, money, and resources with just a single distracted click.

Don't guess how many of these dormant threats are in your inboxes. Find out for sure.

How Barracuda Networks Can Help

Barracuda Email Threat Scanner is a free online service that scans all your Office 365 emails and identifies these dormant threats without any impact on your system's performance. Use it to:

Run a FREE Email Threat Scan

Run your FREE Email Threat Scan today. Discover how exposed you are to new threats, and reveal the fraudulent emails already in your mail system.

Sign Up for a Free Email Threat Scan

How many threats are already in your corporate mail system? Sign up below for a FREE Email Threat Scan that will check not only your exposure to new threats but also scan all of the emails already in your mail system.

Detect and Defeat New Email Fraud Attacks with Barracuda Sentinel

After you use Email Threat Scanner to find dormant threats in your inboxes, take the next step to prevent new fraud attacks from getting in. Barracuda Sentinel combines artificial intelligence, API-based architecture, and brand protection into a comprehensive cloud-based solution that guards against spear phishing, account takeover, business email compromise, impersonation, and other cyber fraud.