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Secure email gateways struggle to block socially-engineered attacks that pass reputation checks, have no links or attachments, and appear to come from trusted sources. The Abnormal Integrated Cloud Email Security (ICES) platform profiles known good behavior and analyzes over 45,000 signals to detect anomalies.
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The Gartner Market Guide for Email Security explains what integrated cloud email security (ICES) solutions are and why they’re essential for modern enterprises. Download a copy now to learn why enterprises are moving away from the SEG.
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Traditional cybersecurity infrastructure can’t stop new and emerging threats, particularly in the email channel, and cybercriminals are constantly changing their methods to stay one step ahead. Hear how Theresa Payton, first female White House CIO, thinks about these attacks.
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Socially engineered email attacks are the #1 security threat facing companies today, accounting for more than 44% of all cybercrime losses. To stop these types of sophisticated email attacks, you need a fundamentally new approach to email security.
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Cybercriminals upped their game over the last quarter—increasing the number of credential phishing attacks and account takeover attempts. In our quarterly threat report, Abnormal Security discovered significant increases in the number of brute force attacks and impersonation attempts.
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Complement Microsoft’s threat intelligence-based defenses with precise, behavioral analysis-based protection against all email and account takeover attacks.
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The emergence and evolution of advanced socially-engineered cyber attacks, including business email compromise, supply chain fraud, and ransomware, has organizations rethinking their security strategies and tech stacks.
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The challenge of dealing with cybercrime is complex. Human factors and the human-computer interface are a central component of cybersecurity, and while technology alone will not prevent cybercrime, neither will people. People alone also can also not be relied upon as a last line of defense in an organization’s cybersecurity strategy.
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Cybersecurity is largely a behavioral concern, as cybercriminals use social engineering to trick people into transferring money, entering their credentials, or providing access to sensitive data.
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In today’s cloud-first approach to managing corporate infrastructure and running applications, more than 56% of organizations globally now use Microsoft 365. See how Abnormal can help you augment your infrastructure to block the most dangerous attacks.
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B Gartner Highlights 1
The Gartner Market Guide for Email Security explains what integrated cloud email security (ICES) solutions are and why they’re essential for modern enterprises. Download a copy now to learn why enterprises are moving away from the SEG.
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Email is both a necessary communication medium, and the most vulnerable area for an attack. Year after year, adversaries find success in abusing email to gain a foothold into an organization—deploying malware, leaking valuable data, or stealing millions of dollars.
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For cybercriminals, penetrating a healthcare organization is like striking gold. Provider and payer professionals have access to some of the highest-value data in the world, including patients’ personal details, medical histories, social security numbers, insurance information, and more.
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Socially engineered email attacks are the #1 security threat facing companies today, accounting for more than 44% of all cybercrime losses. To stop these types of sophisticated email attacks, you need a fundamentally new approach to email security.
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Protect your end users from the full spectrum of targeted email threats: phishing, ransomware, fraud, social engineering, supply chain attacks, executive impersonation, spam, and graymail. Integrate with Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace via a one-click API without disrupting mail flow. No MX record changes, configuration, or custom policies are needed.
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With Abnormal, security teams can now eliminate redundant email gateways and enhance Microsoft's built-in security capabilities. Once integrated via one-click API, Abnormal automatically profiles your VIPs and employees, their behavior, relationships, communication patterns...
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Secure email gateways struggle to block socially-engineered attacks that pass reputation checks, have no links or attachments, and appear to come from trusted sources. The Abnormal Integrated Cloud Email Security (ICES) platform profiles known good behavior and analyzes over 45,000 signals to detect anomalies.
Read More
Webinar cover 1
Traditional cybersecurity infrastructure can’t stop new and emerging threats, particularly in the email channel, and cybercriminals are constantly changing their methods to stay one step ahead. Hear how Theresa Payton, first female White House CIO, thinks about these attacks.
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By understanding normal behavior, Abnormal can detect any deviations in these baselines to uncover potentially compromised accounts and then immediately remediate them. When left undetected, attackers can use compromised accounts to exfiltrate sensitive data or send lateral phishing emails.
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Threat report 1
Cybercriminals upped their game over the last quarter—increasing the number of credential phishing attacks and account takeover attempts. In our quarterly threat report, Abnormal Security discovered significant increases in the number of brute force attacks and impersonation attempts.
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Abnormal can determine when legitimate end users have accessed accounts, or when a bad actor has accessed them, by understanding key attributes like common IP addresses, or if the device has been accessed...
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Supercharge your SOC workflows and save time with AI-assisted investigation, auto-remediation, follow-up, and reporting. Abnormal provides a frictionless method for user-reported phishing attacks to be submitted, triaged, and reviewed.
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Ransomware is a major problem, and it’s not going away. To understand it, we must understand why threat actors turn to it—and how it can be stopped. The best way to do that is to chat with the masterminds behind these attacks.
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Vendor email compromise attacks can cause substantial financial loss through invoice or payment fraud. Learn how and why attackers leverage compromised accounts from vendors to launch attacks that are specifically designed to bypass traditional email security.
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While you may be confident in your own email security, the truth is that your security is only as good as the security of your partners and vendors. Discover why vendor email compromise is such an important part of your security strategy.
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Business email compromise (BEC) is the most significant cybersecurity threat to enterprise organizations, with $1.8 billion lost in 2020 alone. This type of email attack occurs when a cybercriminal uses social engineering to impersonate a trusted contact—typically an executive, coworker, vendor, or partner.
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Threat report 2
Attackers are leveraging social engineering to drive significantly higher engagement and account takeover. In the Q2 2021 threat report, Abnormal found that attacks are growing at significant rates, as threat actors leverage social engineering strategies to bypass SEGs and drive engagement.
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CISOs deal with a multitude of threats that can have significant financial and reputational impacts. Of those threats, business email compromise is the #1 attack type, costing businesses almost as much as all other cybersecurity incidents combined.
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There's a problem with secure email gateways and other traditional email security systems—they don't stop the most dangerous attacks. Discover how Abnormal can detect and block them.
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As organizations have moved their email servers from on-premise systems like Microsoft Exchange to cloud services like Microsoft 365, the range of permutations of email security solutions has also increased. See the range of security options available to organizations and how to solve for advanced threats.
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Threat report 3
Read the Q1 2021 threat report to learn the latest on vendor email compromise, including which scams are most successful and why the volume of attacks has grown so significantly.
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