SEER™ Threat Detection Technology
SEER catches phishing threats that evade URL inspection and domain reputation analysis methods
Exceptional Power, Extreme Accuracy
SEER stands for Session Emulation and Environment Reconnaissance. It’s a new and more effective approach for detecting phishing threats that evade anti-phishing methods that rely on URL inspection and domain reputation analysis. SEER uses virtual browsers to dynamically inspect page contents and server behavior in a purpose-built cloud to definitively detect phishing sites in real-time and with extreme accuracy.
A Smarter, Cloud-Powered Approach to Real-Time Threat Detection
Through multiple live sources, SlashNext proactively scans billions of global Internet transactions and millions of suspicious URLs on a daily basis.
Suspect URLs are rendered with millions of virtual browsers in the SlashNext threat detection cloud. SEER technology inspects the site with advanced computer vision, OCR, NLP, and active site behavior analysis.
SEER analysis features are fed into machine learning algorithms which deliver a single definitive verdict: malicious or benign. There are no inconclusive threat scores and near zero false positives.
Malicious URLs, Domains, and IPs are continuously added to the SlashNext Real-Time Phishing Threat Intelligence feed and available in multiple machine-readable formats via Web APIs.
SEER Fuels Better Phishing Threat Detection and Intelligence
Covers all six types of phishing threats (not just fake log-in pages)
Continuously updated list of zero-hour phishing URLs, domains, phishing IPs with IOCs
Automated URL re-checking and retirement results in a dynamic list of active phishing threats with near-zero false positives
Detects phishing sites that evade URL inspection and domain reputation analysis
Global, proactive threat hunting provides advance visibility of threats
Web API access to threat data in multiple machine-readable formats
The Threat Landscape Has Changed. Again.
Atif Mushtaq, SlashNext CEO, sits down with John Furrier for a CUBE Conversation on the changing tactics of cybercriminals. With companies using more sophisticated security defenses such as SEGs, SWGs, NextGen AV and advanced endpoint security, hackers are going after the human attack surface with socially engineered attacks that evade existing defenses by design.