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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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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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As organizations have moved their email servers from on-premise systems like Microsoft Exchange to cloud services like Office 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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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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In today’s cloud-first approach to managing corporate infrastructure and running applications, more than 56% of organizations globally now use Microsoft Office 365. See how Abnormal can help you augment your infrastructure to block the most dangerous 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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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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