Phishing allows an attacker to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details. They do so by posing as a non-threatening entity and communicating via email or text messages. Phishing has become smarter now than ever before. When it comes to this new wave of phishing attacks, the following two methods are on the rise - clone phishing and spear phishing.
Our Enterprise Security "Phishing and impersonation" model allows you to quarantine suspicious requests across your network to protect against social engineering attacks. Detect and resolve impersonation or privilege escalation attempts faster than your adversaries can hope to compromise you.