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Abnormal Security today announced the Abnormal Integrated Cloud Email Security (ICES) platform. Abnormal ICES is the only all-in-one email security platform that provides unparalleled precision against the full spectrum of email attacks.
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Over the course of the quarter, Abnormal researchers saw a significant increase in credential phishing, as well as brute force attacks, which are used to obtain personal information such as passwords, passphrases and usernames through a string of continuous, automated attempts. Once accessed, compromised accounts can be leveraged to send additional attacks on coworkers, partners and vendors, and provide the credentials necessary to infiltrate other parts of the organization.
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MISA is comprised of independent software vendors and managed security service providers that have integrated their solutions to help customers better defend themselves against cyber threats. The Abnormal AI threat detection engine integrates with the Azure Active Directory APIs listed above and then models the identity of both employees and external senders to create relationship graphs and analyze email content to detect BEC attacks.
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Former Global Chief Security & Privacy Officer at Alliance Data Brings Valuable Experience and Understanding of Large Enterprise Needs to Help Company Deliver Lasting Value to Customers
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Abnormal Security today announced the company has been named one of 10 finalists for the RSA Conference 2021 Innovation Sandbox Contest for its breakthrough cloud-native email security platform that stops modern email attacks through behavioral data science. On Wednesday, May 19, Abnormal Security will present its email security platform to a panel of renowned industry judges.
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Abnormal Security today announced its placement on Fast Company’s prestigious annual list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2021 for its breakthrough cloud-native email security platform that stops modern email attacks through behavioral data science. The list honors the businesses that have not only found a way to be resilient in the past year, but also turned those challenges into impact-making processes.
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Abnormal Security, a next-generation cloud email security company, today released a new threat research report that reveals an 82% increase in the chance of companies getting attacked through SolarWinds-style vendor email compromise (VEC) during any given week
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Abnormal Security, a next-generation email security company, today announced that it raised $50 million in Series B venture capital funding. Led by Menlo Ventures, with participation from early investor Greylock, the round brings Abnormal’s total funding to $75 million.
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The research, which analyzes business email compromise attacks tracked by Abnormal from July-September 2020, found that BEC campaign volume increased 15% quarter-over-quarter, driven by an explosion in invoice and payment fraud.
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Abnormal Security, a leader in protecting large enterprises from cybersecurity attacks, announced a global strategic alliance with Microsoft to deliver comprehensive security solutions to enterprises.
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Trends in BEC and email security during Q2 2020 included a peaking and plateauing of COVID-19-themed email attacks, an increase in BEC attack volume and acceleration of payment and invoice fraud. The report also reveals that Zoom supplanted American Express as the most impersonated brand in email attacks.
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Abnormal Securitytoday published research data that shows a 200 percent increase in BEC attacks focused on invoice or payment fraud from April to May 2020. This sharp rise continues the trend observed by Abnormal Security throughout the year.
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The first in a series of quarterly reports, the Q1 2020 report illustrates trends from actual BEC attacks discovered by Abnormal Security to help inform enterprise security strategy. The report also features a special section on email account compromise and security attack patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Abnormal Security, a leader in protecting large enterprises from Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks, today introduced VendorBase, a global, federated database that tracks the reputations of an organization’s vendors and customers, and improves detection accuracy of advanced social engineering attacks.
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Abnormal Security, a leader in protecting large enterprises from business email compromise (BEC) attacks, today announced it has been included in the list of Cool Vendors in Cloud Office Security by Gartner. The report recognizes vendors with “innovative approaches to cloud office security, email and collaboration.”
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Abnormal Security today announced the appointment of Kevin Moore as Chief Revenue Officer. With over 20 years of success leading high-performing global sales teams in the security industry, Kevin is responsible for scaling Abnormal’s worldwide sales team, operations and go-to-market engine.
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Abnormal Security announced the availability of Microsoft Teams protection and integration with Okta to extend email security coverage and protect remote workforces from social engineering attacks. Seamlessly delivered through Abnormal Security’s API-based integration with Office 365 and Okta’s Identity Cloud, respectively, these new integrations give enterprises more visibility, extended protection, and faster response to email-borne attacks.
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Abnormal Security, a leader in protecting large enterprises from Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks, today announced completion of the Service Organization Control (SOC 2) examination. Conducted by Coalfire Controls, LLC, a fully licensed, accredited CPA firm and affiliate of Coalfire Systems, Inc, the voluntary examination confirms Abnormal Security’s commitment to inscrutable operating effectiveness.
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Abnormal Security, the platform that protects large enterprises from the most sophisticated, targeted email attacks, today announced the appointment of Rami Habal to Chief Product Officer. Habal joins Abnormal following the company’s $24M Series A funding led by Greylock Partners and the general availability of its cloud email security platform.
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