Zero Day Attacks
INKY’s proprietary machine learning algorithms detect and block malware and ransomware-laden phishing email.
What is a Zero Day Attack?
A zero day attack is an advanced offense that essentially is a ‘new’ not yet reported email scam.
Many anti-phishing software products rely on a database of signatures to stop phishing. This renders them defenseless against a phishing attack until a signature is developed and deployed. INKY is different. Each month, 1.5 million new phishing sites are created. This means that standard phishing protections like URL blacklists, are of limited utility since the number of URLs to be checked grows so rapidly. The length of time that it takes for a signature to be released for a piece of malware depends on its complexity, but typically takes 24-48 hours. Since the first victim of a phishing attack falls for it within 82 seconds, this is far too long to protect the first victims of a new phishing attack. INKY provides protection against zero-day attacks while waiting for signature-based systems to catch up.
How Does INKY Identify Zero Day Phishing Attacks?
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Why is INKY’s Zero Day Phishing Protection Superior?
INKY catches attacks the first time that they happen
Most anti-phishing software products use signatures of known attacks for protection, meaning that they are defenseless stop phishing until an attack has been detected and a signature is built and deployed. INKY’s approach is completely different, blocking attacks the first time with no signature needed because it seeks out abnormalities on multiple levels, from domain spoofing, brand forgery, text and character tricks, and even behavior profiling/machine learning.
INKY both protects and educates
Unlike anti-phishing software products that mark suspicious emails with a generic warning message, INKY provides details about why an email was marked as suspicious. This allows users to make an informed decision and provides effective user education by tying training to the real world.
INKY works with any email client
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 anti-phishing software only has the capability to work from an installed instance.
INKY’s state of the art machine learning and AI stops these other threats.
Business Email Compromise
Malware & Ransomware
$1.4 billion is lost to email fraud every year.
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