Product Releases - Abnormal Security

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What’s New: Week of Apr 26 – 30 – New Developer Tools and Expanded Link Crawling

New Developer Tools: Mock Data: Abnormal has introduced the ability for developers to get mock data from all REST API endpoints. This functionality will make it easier for developers to test and

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What’s New: Week of Apr 12 – 16 – New Abnormal Security Trust Center

Abnormal has introduced a new Trust Center that outlines our principles and practices with respect to data privacy, security and compliance – topics we take seriously and continue to invest heavily in.

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What’s New: Week of Apr 5 – 9 – New Threat Log Functionality: Recipient Engagements

Abnormal introduced a new feature called Recipient Engagements, which gives customers visibility into risk from employees opening, forwarding and replying to malicious messages.  Located in the Threat log, customers can click and

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New Beta Feature: Recipient Engagements

If an advanced attack finds its way into an employee’s inbox, you might hope they remember their security and awareness training and not engage with it. However, there is risk that they

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What’s New: Week of Mar 29 – Apr 2 – Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR Integration Now Generally Available

Abnormal has made its integration with Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR (previously Demisto) generally available. Customers can now send threats and other information generated by Abnormal to Cortex XSOAR where they may

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What’s New: Week of Mar 22-26 – General Detection Improvements

Recently, Abnormal has shipped several detection improvements. Customers benefit from improved detection precision for targeted advanced email attacks. Spoof model improvements: Abnormal has made improvements to our understanding of methods external attackers

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What’s New: Week of Mar 15-19 – Improved Explainability of Account Takeovers

Abnormal Security has improved our explainability of detection signals for our account takeover protection offering. We are surfacing more information related to sign-ins and highlighting signals that are rare or malicious. Additionally,

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What’s New: Week of Mar 8-15 – New Genome Identity Analysis + Updated Client API

New Genome Identity Analysis – Abnormal has introduced a new feature, Genome Identity Analysis, showing individual employee’s activity history, including sign-in locations, browsers, devices used, and more. The information represents a subset

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What’s New: Week of Mar 1-5 – Improved Proof of Value (POV) Integration Experience

Abnormal has enhanced our Proof of Value (POV) integration experience by introducing an Integration Status page that lets potential customers track progress of our findings before displaying results. After the initial one-click

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What’s New: Week of Feb 22-26 – New Interface for FP/FNs: Detection 360°

Abnormal has a new interface to handle missed attacks and false positives (FP/FN) called Detection 360°.  Previously to create/see reports customers needed to go to the Portal upper-right pulldown and use the

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What’s New: Week of Feb 8-12 – New Anomaly and Behavioral Analysis Chart

Abnormal has introduced a new Anomaly and Behavioral Analysis chart that can be found when navigating to a specific threat from the Threat Log. The chart contains various categories and attributes Abnormal

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What’s New: Week of Feb 1-5 – New Threat Log Filter: Attack Topics

Abnormal has introduced a new Threat Log filter in the portal called Attack Topics. Selecting the Attacks Topics filter will sort threats by predefined subjects within an email message. Available Attack Topic

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