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Prevent Spear Phishing Attacks

INKY takes a different approach to spear phishing prevention.

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What is a Spear Phishing Attack?

Spear phishing is an email impersonating a trusted person like your boss, your CEO, a vendor, a friend, or a colleague. Virtually anyone who uses email is at risk of being exploited by spear phishing.

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Why Do They Do It?

Once an attacker convinces you an email is from someone you trust, they can get you to wire money, share confidential information, open an attachment that installs malware, or get you to buy iTunes gift cards and give them the codes!

INKY Prevents Spear Phishing Attacks That Legacy Solutions Miss

State-of-the Art Protection: INKY sees phishing emails like a human does

Unlike most anti-phishing tools, INKY doesn’t rely on examining URLs and sender addresses to detect phishing emails. INKY’s brand forgery detection software uses computer vision to detect company logos and determine who the email pretends to originate from.

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INKY learns patterns with behavior profiling.

INKY’s true machine learning develops behavior profiles and social graphs that identify suspicious behavior or identities. When INKY sees an email from a sender that doesn’t match a known profile, it sends an impersonation warning.

INKY works with any email client

Whether you’re an Outlook traditionalist, or experimenting with the latest mobile email solutions, INKY integrates into almost any email solution. With a single click, your users can react to the warning banner right in the body of the email. This unique ease of use banner is one of our clients’ favorite features.

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Report phishing attempts from any device

A unique feature is the ability to click a “Report this Email” link in every email, which means users can report spam, phish, and other problematic email from any device – web, phone, any email client, with no special software. Most email protection software only has the capability to work from an installed instance.