ABX: Abnormal Behavior Technology

There's a problem with secure email gateways and other traditional email security systems—they don't stop the most dangerous attacks.

Financial losses from business email compromise (BEC) account for nearly half of all cybercrime losses, and account takeover attempts are doubling quarter-over-quarter. A new approach is needed, one that can reclaim confidence in email.

Download this white paper to see how Abnormal Security stops the attacks that traditional email security solutions miss. You'll learn:

  • Why traditional email security solutions don't catch socially engineered attacks like BEC
  • Which types of attacks threat actors employ to evade secure email gateways and reach employees' inboxes
  • How Abnormal Behavior Technology looks beyond email data and redefines the scope of behavioral analysis to arrive at high-confidence decisions and block targeted email attacks

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