The Trystero Project The "Trystero Project" is our code name for an experiment that we're actively conducting to measure the security efficacy of the two largest mail providers, Google (Workspace, aka GSuite) and Microsoft (O365), against real-world emerging malware. The name and icons are sourced from Crying of Lot 49, a novel written by American author Thomas Pynchon and published in 1965. Why e-mail security?
According to the 2020 Verizon Breach and Investigation report, Email is still the most common vector by which organizations are attacked. The importance of implementing email security best practices, therefore, cannot be exaggerated, considering most enterprises rely heavily on this channel for everyday business communications.