In recent months an alarming number of businesses have been devastated by cyberattacks – specifically phishing scams. The ripple effect caused by these shutdowns has affected us all.
- Gas lines formed and prices jumped as a result of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack.
- 425 of the U.S. Fortune 500 and all branches of the U.S. military, Pentagon, and State Department were victims of the SolarWinds cyberattack.1
- Computer systems owned by New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) were recently breached, and while the systems that control train cars and rider safety were not breached, the vulnerabilities became obvious.2
- The Washington D.C. Police Department was hacked and, as a result, personal information belonging to 22 different police officers was leaked as part of an extortion attempt.3
- Cyber insurance giant CNA was a victim of a ransomware attack that shut down the company for three days.4
These are just a handful of gruesome cyberattacks that have devastated companies in 2021 alone. Sadly, the list goes on and on.
Companies of this size often partner with third-party Managed Service Providers (MSPs) for their IT and cybersecurity support. However, not all MSPs offer the type of security required for detecting the types of sophisticated phishing threats that deliver ransomware, malware, data breaches, or similar disasters. And when a company faces a breach or shutdown, they often look to their MSPs for answers. Quick action is key, and so is designing or implementing a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) Response Plan.
Designing an effective Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plan is key to disaster preparedness and helps ensure a company can continue to run in the event of a disruption—namely, a cyberattack. If a preventable phishing attack has already occurred and has placed the organization or its customers in danger, one of two possible scenarios often emerge. Either the company hires a new MSP with the ability to offer services that detect and fight phishing threats, or, if the company’s current MSP has a solid email phishing solution as part of its offerings, the company upgrades their service to include cybersecurity, rather than risk another breach to the organization or loss of customers.
INKY is friend to, and partner of Managed Service Providers (MSPs), IT consulting firms, and IT service providers nationwide. By partnering with INKY, you can provide your customers with stronger contingency planning for their business by including the leading cloud-based email security software as part of your MSP offering. And, if you’re an MSP who is aligned with INKY, your new-found ability to detect and prevent phishing attacks that are missed by Secure Email Gateways is sure to win you customers.
So, what makes INKY stand out among others? INKY takes the responsibility of recognizing phishing scams away from employees, IT departments, and MSPs. Driven by computer vision, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, INKY blocks malicious emails, many of which secure email gateways (SEGs) and virus protection software programs can’t detect. INKY even recognizes phishing emails that the human eye could never see. Additionally, INKY learns from everything she sees – growing stronger by the minute.
INKY integrates seamlessly with any email platform and also works on mobile devices. You’ll also love INKY’s reporting features, which allow administrators to review phishing threats that have been identified and see how employees are handling them.
Learn more about the phishing threats facing your customers and the ways in which INKY supports MSPs. Request a free INKY demonstration today.
INKY® is the most effective hero in the war against phishing. An award-winning cloud-based email security solution, INKY® prevents the most complex phishing threats from disrupting or even immobilizing your company’s day-to-day business operations. Using computer vision, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, INKY® is the smartest investment you can make in the security of your organization. INKY® is a proud winner of the NYCx Cybersecurity Moonshot Challenge and a finalist in the 2020 RSAC Innovation Sandbox Competition. Learn more about INKY® or request an online demonstration today.