Activating ATP

You can activate Advanced Threat Protection to protect your company in real time against targeted and individual cyberattacks.

You have activated Spam and Malware Protection.

You can activate Advanced Threat Protection to protect your company in real time against targeted and individual cyberattacks. You can activate Advanced Threat Protection in the Control Panel.

  1. Log in to the Control Panel with your administrative credentials.
  2. From the scope selection, select the domain for which you would like to activate Advanced Threat Protection.
  3. Navigate to Security Settings > Advanced Threat Protection.
  4. Toggle the switch Activate Advanced Threat Protection.
    Figure 1: Activate Advanced Threat Protection

    A confirmation window is displayed.

  5. Attention:

    Once Advanced Threat Protection is activated, a 30-day free trial period starts. Once the trial period has expired, the service will become chargeable and your account will be billed.

    Click on Confirm.
    Figure 2: Confirm

Advanced Threat Protection has been activated for the domain.

Important:

By activating Advanced Threat Protection, you activate all ATP engines (see Description of the ATP Engines) except URL Rewriting and the Targeted Fraud Forensics Filter for the domain. URL Rewriting and the Targeted Fraud Forensics Filter must be activated separately (see Activating URL Rewriting or Activating the Targeted Fraud Forensics Filter).