Mobile Phishing, the New Battleground
The attack vectors are SMS, ads, rogue apps, and extensions,
where most phishing protection is not as effective.
With a 350% increase in phishing the greatest risk is ineffective phishing protection. SlashNext Threat Labs sees a multitude of mobile and web-specific phishing attacks daily. What makes them particularly dangerous is the attack vector is not email but SMS, ads, rogue apps, and extensions, where most phishing protection is not as effective.
In this webinar you’ll see how:
- Mobile and web phishing leads to dangerous ATOs
- Deep machine learning speeds the inspection of tens of millions of suspicious URLs/IPs/Host/Domains to detect threats real-time, eliminating the need for isolation technology
- Apps and extensions make for easier deployment and management particularly with a distributed workforce
Let’s Use More Intelligent Endpoint Protection
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.
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