When we raised our Series B funding 18 months ago, I promised our customers greater value, more capabilities, and better customer support. We’ve delivered on each of those promises and as we receive an even larger investment, I’m excited about how we can continue to further deliver on each of them.
It’s IC3 Report week! In what has become an annual holiday for anyone that’s heavily involved in researching business email compromise (BEC) attacks, the FBI released its 2021 Internet Crime Report that details trends in various types of cybercrime activity over the past year.
Today, Abnormal released our H1 2022 Email Threat Report, focused on data from July to December 2021. Over the course of those six months, we tracked a relatively new form of cyber attack—phone fraud that starts via email.
The dedication to our customers from across the company, from engineering to sales, from marketing to customer success, ensures that when you work with Abnormal, you receive the best experience possible—while stopping all of the attacks that bypass other solution
Abnormal ICES offers all-in-one email security, delivering a precise approach to combat the full spectrum of email-borne threats. Powered by behavioral AI technology and deeply integrated with Microsoft 365...
As we’ve scaled our customer base, the size of our datasets has also grown. With our rapid expansion, we were on track to hit the data storage limit of our Redis server in two months, so we needed to figure out a way to scale beyond this—and fast!
This quarter, the team at Abnormal launched new features to improve lateral attack detection, role-based access control (RBAC), and explainable AI. Take a deep dive into all of the latest product enhancements.