Secure your organization from advanced email attacks.

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Agari inspects incoming email messages in real time and in a way no human or legacy security control can based on good emails and behaviors worldwide.

With Agari protecting the inbox, your organization can stay focused on its mission and avoid business disruption from costly advanced email attacks.

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Agari models the good to detect the bad. It doesn’t rely on recognizing a “digital signature” that has been seen before.

Behavioral analysis and deep-level URL and attachment inspection also are used to defend against never-seen-before attacks.

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IT staffers are key targets for spear phishing, account takeover, ransomware and other advanced attacks.

Agari recognizes bad emails before they get to the inbox and eliminates the risk of an employee being fooled into disclosing login credentials or downloading malware.

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Plain text emails typically slip past traditional security controls. Advanced email attacks target this vulnerability and account for over 90% of successful intrusions.

Deploying Agari alongside a SEG stops advanced attacks and deploys in cloud, on-premises and hybrid environments.

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Agari cuts response time by up to 95% for employee-reported incident triage, forensics, remediation and breach containment.

Breaches that otherwise take months to discover are detected and contained in mere minutes.



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Would you like the confidence to trust your inbox?