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Email is a trusted form of communication in businesses. If just one account is compromised by handing over the username and password accidentally, cybercriminals gain trusted access to your whole network. Account Takeover Fraud is on the rise, and INKY has a unique and innovative way to detect these types of fraudulent attacks.
INKY uses innovative machine learning techniques referred to as stylometry and social graphing to create individual sender profiles and block these types of attacks for your users and most importantly, third-parties.Speak with an Account Takeover expert.
Attackers use ATO to evade SEG reputational filters and even impersonate the specific people whose accounts they’ve compromised.
Once a bad actor harvests, guesses, or brute-forces the password for an email account, and then uses this account to impersonate a person or brand.
You can’t make your vendors implement multi-factor authentication, so what happens when their accounts get taken over and the attacker sends emails?
Account Takeover accounts for $5.1Billion in losses for organizations.
INKY uses stylometry and other features from emails to build sender profiles and catch attempts to forge email from known users — even when those forgeries come from the real senders’ actual email accounts.
Learn more about account takeover in our guide Understanding Phishing: Account Takeover.