Twilio SendGrid processes over 50 billion emails every month, meaning we touch over half of the world’s unique email users on a rolling 90-day basis. With such massive scale and reach, it’s imperative that we protect recipients’ guarded information and credentials from dangerous phish.
A platform’s security and ongoing battle against bad actors only becomes an issue when defenses fail. But open platforms like Twilio SendGrid and other public cloud providers are under attack every day of the year.
In fact, 83% of InfoSec professionals said they experienced a phishing attack in 2018, an increase from 76% in 2017. And with the average cost of a phishing attack for a mid-size company in the neighborhood $1.6 million, it can make or break a business that doesn’t have the necessary security protocols in place.
Twilio SendGrid’s Inbox Protection Rate measures the success of its compliance ...