Email security, Phishing

Email attacks: A cybercriminal’s best friend

August 18, 2021
  1. Provide ongoing user education on what new attacks look like, what to do if a user suspects an attack, and what not to do.
  2. Implement advanced anti-malware that provides a multi-layered approach.
  3. Develop and test an incident response plan to respond and manage an attack, mitigate the damage, and quickly recover.
  • An anti-spam engine to stop the unwanted emails from reaching user inboxes
  • Anti-evasion technology to defeat attacks that use advanced evasion techniques hide their embedded threats and malicious URLs
  • Threat intelligence to prevent emerging attacks from infiltrating your emails
  • Anti-phishing engines to prevent any type of phishing attack before it reaches users
  • Anti-spoofing technology to keep users protected against social engineering and payload-less attacks
  • Antivirus software for emails to minimize the risk of being infected by malware
  • Detection to prevent advanced attacks, such as advanced persistent threats (APTs) and zero-day attacks that conventional defenses miss
  • URL filtering to prevent users from visiting harmful sites
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