Real-time phishing defense for email, web, mobile. Broader threat coverage for fake login pages, rogue browser extensions, scareware, credit card and money transfer scams, phishing exploits, phishing C2s. Detection powered by computer vision, natural language processing, live behavioral analysis. Near zero false positives.
Hear from security expert Atif Mushtaq (founder and CEO of SlashNext) and Jan Liband, SlashNext CMO, to learn how your IT sec
Threat actors are going after the human attack surface with new kinds of phishing and social engineering techniques, tactics, and procedures (TTPs). While credential stealing remains popular, new types of phishing and direct-to-browser attack vectors are evading existing multi-level security controls. Threat intelligence that covers new types of phishing threats is essential for understanding and defending against previously unknown zero-hour threats.
During this 30-minute webinar you’ll learn about:
- TTPs for the new generation of evasive phishing threats
- What existing phishing threat intelligence feeds are missing
- Benefits and use cases for real-time phishing threat intelligence
Learn about new phishing attack vectors, fast-moving phishing sites, and how you can catch them. According to Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report, phishing attacks are at the start of over 90% of data breaches and financial losses. Today's phishing attacks employ short-lived sites, most lasting just 4-8 hours. And attack vectors are expanding beyond email to social media, IM, ads, pop-ups, rogue browser extensions, and more. New attack methods exploit the human attack surface within targeted organizations and evade existing security defenses by design.
In this webcast, you’ll learn:
How the phishing attack landscape has changed
How modern phishing attacks are designed to evade existing defenses
What’s needed to catch live phishing attacks and protect your employees
SlashNext Founder and CEO
A noted security expert who has spent most of his career on the front lines of the war against cybercrime, Atif has worked with law enforcement and other global organizations to take down some of the world’s biggest malware networks. Atif is the former lead architect of FireEye’s core malware detection system and is the visionary behind SlashNext's innovative approach to real-time phishing site detection.