Endgame prevents document-based phishing before execution
Cyberattacks on the World Cup, Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, financial, chemical and biological threat prevention labs, and Russian election interference all began with spear phishing. The Verizon 2018 DBIR report reveals that 4 percent of people targeted in every email phishing campaign will click on the attachment. Unfortunately, 94% of the time the attachment is malicious and it just takes one click for a campaign to succeed. Once clicked it takes clickers 30 minutes on average to report it. The report also says that only 17% of attacks are reported. While these relied heavily on email delivery, social media delivered phishing is up 100 percent. Phishing breach is inevitable.
Endgame document-based phishing prevention is the first and only technology that can identify known and unknown malicious attachments BEFORE any execution of attacker code, stopping all clickers, and preventing future clickers.
All other technologies fail because they:
Rely on signatures unable to recognize and prevent new phishing attack.
Allow the attack to execute hoping that it can detect malicious behavior.
Impair the user experience, diverting the email for analysis that can take 10 minutes.
Endgame has developed a solution that protects enterprises from phishing attacks in three ways
Malwarescore ™, Endgame’s machine learning prevention technology, the best performing signatureless protection engine in VirusTotal, stops document-based phishing attacks pre-execution. Available in VirusTotal, it is achieving 99% efficacy.
Using our NLU chatbot Artemis, analysts can ask “where else is this”, and through integration with solutions like Splunk and Phantom, orchestrate its removal everywhere, and on mail servers preventing future clickers.
And for the .05 percent chance we may not stop initial execution (there we said it, we’re not perfect), Endgame delivers the only behavioral prevention technology to identify other attacker techniques and technologies to kill malicious activity before damage and loss can occur.
Just ask Artemis to find all the other malicious attachments
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According to the 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, “… on average 4% of people in any given phishing campaign will click it...” Successful attacks are inevitable. Just this year we saw cyberattacks on the World Cup, PyeongChang Winter Olympics, financial, chemical and biological threat prevention labs, and Russian election interference. The one thing these all have in common is that they began with email delivered malicious attachments. But phishing is not limited to email and is up 100 percent on social media as well.
Are you suffering from agent overload, alert fatigue or the skills shortage? Do you need a better solution to document based phishing? If so, then this informative, interactive webinar is for you.