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
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
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
Improved Attack Facet Model – Abnormal has improved its ability to correctly classify emails into the different types of attacks. Customers benefit from more precise classification of payment fraud, credential phishing, gift
Improved Malicious Spoof Model – Abnormal has improved its ability to detect internal spoof messages with a forged sender address. This model catches an order of magnitude more internal spoofs than previous
Improved G Suite Support Abnormal created the following improvements to G Suite tenants: Improved ability to remediate mass mailing-list campaigns Improved G Suite onboarding support to reduce time to POV integration Customers
Account Takeover Detection Improvements – Abnormal made the following account takeover improvements: ATO detection speed improvement: Significantly improved detection speed on ATO cases for users with heavy login activity from hours to
Customer Report Portal Improvements – Abnormal now sends automated email notifications when resolving a potential missed attack reported by the customer.
Improved Abuse Mailbox – We’ve updated Abuse Mailbox to include new reporting features and functionality. In the Dashboard, there is a new Abuse Mailbox tab where customers can see charts and graphs
For SOC analysts, managing an employee-reported phishing mailbox can be a double edged sword. On one hand, legacy tools have made it easy for employees to report would-be BEC and phishing emails.
Attack Highlights – Abnormal has introduced a new Attack Highlights feature which allows customers to see attacks that the system has flagged as interesting or important directly from the Portal. These attacks
Privileged User Protection – Abnormal now supports privileged user protection for selected customers. Within the Threat Log tab, by selecting ‘Recipient Group’ filter dropdown, analysts can focus on attacks specifically sent to
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