Advanced threat protection (ATP) is critical to maintaining security, brand reputation, customer trust and profit margins and is part of security protocols for early threat detection and prevention.Read More
More than 350,000 new malware variants are discovered every day, and fake login and credential harvesting
attacks are more sophisticated and cunning than ever.
Traditional malware detection tools struggle to stay ahead of emerging email threats. IRONSCALES counters attacks with a multi-layered approach that analyzes content and communication patterns to build internal and external relationship profiles. Any known malware threats or suspicious URLS or attachments can be detected and removed in real-time.
Threat intelligence from security vendors is often built on outdated, inaccurate data. IRONSCALES delivers vetted phishing threat intelligence direct from the front lines, seamlessly—in real-time--so your team has the most relevant, up-to-date information on known and emerging attacks.
Credential phishing is the practice of stealing user credentials by masquerading as a reputable brand or known person. Credential phishing commonly includes a malware-less link to a URL that will capture the credentials entered by the victim, compromising user accounts for further attacks.
IRONSCALES uses a 3-pronged approach that analyzes content, communication patterns, and internal/external relationship mapping to prevent credential theft attacks.
Account takeover fraud involves an attacker stealing an authorized user's credentials to access financial information or sensitive data. Credentials are often stolen by using phishing attack vectors that take advantage of person-to-person trust, such as fake login pages.
IRONSCALES analyzes content and communication styles in order to detect and prevent even the most sophisticated account takeover attempts.
As threats become more sophisticated through social engineering, they also become more difficult for busy or distracted employees to detect.
By fusing machine learning with human behavior and business insights analysis, IRONSCALES provides dynamic impersonation and fraud protection beyond DMARC and conventional SEGs by delivering mailbox-level and business anomaly detection.
Faster response times = reduced click rates. Automated incident response narrows the window of time between attack and detection by resolving threats autonomously and remediating them at scale.
IRONSCALES alleviates SOC burnout by remediating threats in bulk and integrates with a variety of SIEM and SOAR platforms for easy implementation.
Themis takes on the burden of analyzing and taking action on any detected threats to emails coming into your organization, freeing up your team to work on other security activities. This leads to an improved risk posture for your company, helping to keep you safe in today’s dangerous, highly-interconnected world.
SEGs and other technical solutions aren't enough to prevent every phishing attempt. New threats emerge every day, and socially engineered attacks can sneak past conventional security perimeters. Personalized phishing training and simulations based on real-world data, real-time data empower your team to recognize, report, and resolve phishing, BEC, and ransomware attacks.
SOC analysts and other security team members are tasked with managing a wide range of important security tasks across many critical systems, including email.Read More
The best time to stop phishing emails is before they hit the mailbox, yet 25% of attacks get past existing security measures. That means the second best time is right now.Read More
Phishing threats are constantly morphing at scale. Enterprises face the greatest dangers from unknown and non-signature-based email attacks that frequently slip through secure email gateways (SEGs).Read More
Security is a team sport. The better the collaboration, the better the odds of successfully defending against attacks. Learn how the IRONSCALES Community of users help to protect one another.Read More
Before IRONSCALES we needed multiple engineers to hunt down a malicious email, understand what the compromise was, where the email was sent, and then go to those users and make sure their own inboxes were not compromised. To have an engineer doing that for five or six hours a day is a waste of their time and skills.Read More
© 2021 SRC Cyber Solutions LLP. All Rights Reserved.