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Financial Times: Why Phishing Pays Off for Email Security Providers

Agari January 12, 2012 Financial IT Security
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Earlier today, Joe Menn of the Financial Times wrote a nice article about Agari and the industry problems we address. The article explains how Agari helps great brands solve big problems by preventing imposter emails from extracting financial account numbers, passwords and other sensitive data from their customers. There’s a quote from an anonymous Agari customer that does a wonderful job capturing the spirit of the article.

“Like all big banks, we have a ton of email going to customers purporting to be from us,” says the bank executive, who was not authorised to speak publicly or name his company. “Now tens of millions of our customers aren’t getting those. We have gotten a lot more benefit from it than we thought we would.”

Check out the complete Financial Times article here.

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