Use case

Companies and organizations are increasingly concerned about suspicious emails.

Due to their high profitability, email penetration attacks are on the rise, and perpetrators are becoming increasingly sophisticated causing significant damage. For midsize companies, the average cost of a phishing attack is $1.6 million.

Suspicious emails are categorized in the following ways: 

  • Spam: persuades an employees to give their credit-card/account details for getting questionable products, offers, or pseudo-legal services.
  • Scam: offers a bargain for nothing, for example, asking for business or inviting employees to a website with a detailed pitch.
  • Phishing: designed to steal money or sensitive information, or to persuade the employee to download malware.
  • Malware: involves malicious software taking over a device to spread to other devices and profiles, or infecting a device and turning it into a botnet.

It is of high importance for companies to note that whether or not an employee actually sent money, handed over sensitive information, or downloaded malware, a suspicious emails that bypass all the protective mechanisms a company or organization has in place and penetrate an employee are considered successful as they give bad actors direct access to end users (your employees) who are the most vulnerable part of the network.

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