Detect email threats that slip past your security technology.
Most companies rely on email security gateways to prevent email-based attacks. While this approach works for the majority of threats, some will always slip past the filters. And those missed attacks target employees.
Supplement your technical infrastructure with an intelligent human detection engine. Turn your employees into threat detection sensors by training them to report cyberattacks that slip past technical protections.
Augment your detection and response capabilities from timely threat reports by your own employees and over a million other users in the Hoxhunt sensor network. You’ll stay ahead of zero-day threats as they’re instantly analyzed by Hoxhunt’s threat categorization engine and team of analysts.
Run a fully automated, hyper personalized phishing training program that automatically adapts to individual user skill levels. You’ll transform your employees from your greatest vulnerability into your most valuable – and intelligent – asset in the fight against email-based attacks.
Run hyper-personalized phishing campaigns based on an individual's skill, role, and location. Deliver learning experience that challenges the recipient to evolve and motivates people to recognize and report real attacks. Protect your organization from malware and social engineering.
Run an automated security awareness training curriculum across your organization. Prioritize awareness topics based on risk preferences and automatically cater content for your employees. We cover all your bases with learning modules covering topics such as device security and password training.
Phishing detection are techniques used to decide whether an email is a phishing attempt or not. Technical means to achieve this include scanning the links inside the email to uncover common technical methods used for spoofing or deceiving the receiver.
Apart from technical filters, it is important to be vigilant and alert to detect real phishing emails. Stay on the lookout for common methods used in phishing emails such as impersonation through fake or spoofed addresses, social engineering techniques such as urgency or authority.
Machine learning can be used to improve phishing detection by feeding both examples of human verified phishing attempts and safe emails to algorithmically discover patterns and techniques to filter out.
A human firewall is a group of vigilant individuals within an organization that add to the line of defence by detecting, reporting, and thus thwarting cyber threats and keeping the more vulnerable members of the organization safe.