Senior Product Marketing Manager Paul Chavez shows how Agari Advanced Threat Protection prevents email threats from hitting your employees.
The biggest threat today comes from the most widely used of all business technologies—email. Make sure your employees are protected from ever receiving these attacks.
New and emerging email threats employ identity deception to easily bypass existing security controls such as secure email gateways, sandbox environments, URL rewriting processes, and imposter classifiers—all of which are predicated on a failed security paradigm of attempting to model known bad signals.
Attackers know they can easily evade these protections by impersonating trusted individuals, partners, or brands while avoiding the use of malicious content. By doing so, they bypass legacy protections and prompt unsuspecting employees to take action.
Criminals continuously evolve their identity deception techniques, morphing from using display name deception to leveraging account takeovers. Today more attacks involve compromised accounts, where cybercriminals can easily impersonate a trusted sender and evade perimeter controls.
Agari stops the email attacks that your existing secure email gateway misses. With over 100 million advanced attacks stopped and a 99.9% catch rate, Agari Advanced Threat Protection is the most effective and accurate advanced threat protection solution available today.
Agari Advanced Threat Protection takes a new approach to stopping email attacks, with the Agari Identity Graph at its core.
By using advanced machine learning techniques, Internet-scale telemetry, and real-time data pipelines focusing on identity, behavior, and trust, the Agari Identity Graph continuously learns to stay ahead of emerging threats. By focusing on trust relationships to model the good, rather than searching for the bad, the Agari Identity Graph can block malicious emails—no matter where they originate.
With new insider impersonation protection technology, Agari Advanced Threat Protection even protects against the threats that are hardest to detect—those originating from inside your organization. This new technology inspects all emails flowing from employee-to-employee as well as employee-to-external receiver for clues that an internal email account has been compromised for unauthorized use by a cybercriminal.
By inspecting east-west traffic, Agari Advanced Threat Protection prevents the spread of malicious emails from affected internal accounts laterally within a company and notifies the security operations center (SOC) of threats against customers or partners from employee inboxes.
Try this simulated product demonstration to see why companies like Honeywell, Ally Financial, and Informatica use Agari Advanced Threat Protection™ to protect their inboxes.
"We were using Office 365 to build some basic rules around executive spoofing. While that was good, it didn't cover all of our weaknesses."
"Since we started using Agari, it's knocked out all of our imposter emails from the CEO and senior levels."
"We're currently using Agari as one of the layers to validate the true identity of whoever is sending us emails so we can stop other characters who impersonate key people in the company."
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