Agari protects against brand impersonation attacks

Overview

Retailers in the Cross-Hairs

Retailers use Agari to prevent consumer phishing scams and to protect against data breaches.

Cybercriminals send fake emails that are branded to look like communications from retailers, but are designed to fool your customers and steal their information. With the prevalence of emails that are sent from retailers, this can become a massive problem very quickly.

Employees at retailers are also targeted with executive spoofing schemes, fake vendor invoices, bogus package delivery notices, and phony IT alerts—all designed to redirect payments or gain employee email and log-in credentials.

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The Agari Secure Email CloudTM

Agari accelerates the implementation of DMARC email authentication and provides look-alike domain protection to prevent unauthorized use of your brand for phishing attacks.

Our solutions also stop 99.9% of all advanced email threats targeting your employee inboxes, including the emerging zero-day attacks that other solutions miss.

For threats that slip past defenses or activate after delivery, our Continuous Detection and Response technology locates and removes latent threats from the inbox.

 

 

Challenges and Solutions

Always-on protection for your customers and your organization.

Brand Protection
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Consumer phishing involves scams using your brand and hard-earned goodwill for targeted attacks against consumers.

These fraudulent emails are crafted to look like legitimate emails about customer accounts, billing details, online orders, or shipping information.

Agari solutions help to quickly implement DMARC email authentication, securing your corporate domain from being used by impostors. Unauthorized messages are blocked according to policies you set and tailor to specific business needs.

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Email is the attack vector for as much as 96% of data breaches. Fraudsters trick employees into logging into fake websites for tracking packages or IT alerts requesting password verification.

Armed with log in credentials, hackers can then gain unauthorized access customer information that can be readily sold on the dark web. Or, they can monitor employee inboxes to prepare for other highly personalized attacks armed with proprietary context that only few people should know.

Agari solutions forensically inspect all email into and across the organization and have a 99.9% efficacy in detecting and stopping advanced attacks.

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CEO or executive spoofing and fake vendor invoices are common spear phishing tactics. These scams take many forms. Some target CFOs and their assistants with urgent or confidential payment requests.

Another tactic can look like a legitimate vendor notice to change bank routing details. Still others are intent on gaining access to confidential information related to case files or employee W-2 details.

Agari solutions stop evolving attacks because they evaluate current-to-historical behaviors. Messages that deviate from known good sending behavior are handled according to tailorable policies.

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Email provides fraudsters with a convenient way to deliver customized malware, remote access trojans, and computer viruses. These lack a recognizable “digital signature” so they slip past legacy defenses.

Identity deception is often used to deliver these payloads, but the lack of good email and behavioral history makes these attacks stand out to Agari.

Agari is uniquely able to defend against zero-day attacks that have never been seen before to give you the confidence to open and click anything in your inbox.

Incident Response
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Email security training is part of a layered defense, but in addition to legitimate incidents, it can also generate false positives—often many of them.

Agari cuts security operations center response time by up to 95% for employee-reported incident triage, forensics, remediation, and breach containment. With continuous detection and response technology, Agari retail data security solutions can even locate and remove threats that activate post-delivery.

Breaches that otherwise take months to discover are detected and contained in mere minutes. And automated impersonation, URL, and file analysis detects malicious content that easily evades traditional secure email gateways (SEGs).

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