Email Phishing Protection
Complete protection against email forgery and identity theft.
HOW DOES IT WORK ?
ExchangeDefender provides the most sophisticated and most comprehensive real-time protection from email phishing threats through ExchangeDefender Phishing Firewall, External Sender flagging, real-time databases of safe and dangerous sites, and flexible phishing content handling policies.
ExchangeDefender enables organizations to provide end-to-end protection from phishing on any device or service that receives email, without requiring installation and configuration of any software, and our phishing policies can help you customize the level of protection your users get.
According to a recent study by Verizon (2019), over 90% of security compromises start with a spear phishing email. ExchangeDefender can help you eliminate spear phishing threats or just provide notifications to your users when they get tricked into clicking on a link leading somewhere dangerous.
ExchangeDefender rewrites the URL of links in HTML emails and redirects you through our cloud filtering service that can alert or block threats you may inadvertently click on.
ExchangeDefender modifies the subject of messages received from outside of your organization, so nobody can ever mistake a message from external source or a coworker. ([EXTERNAL])
ExchangeDefender blocks messages that appear to come from your domain but actually originate from somewhere else on the Internet. (Messages can be quarantined)
ExchangeDefender detects and highlights links in emails that do not go to an actual web site domain but lead to a compromised machine referenced by IP only (which is extremely rare and never used in HTML or marketing email)
ExchangeDefender Phishing Firewall allows organizations, domains, groups, and users to maintain a list of safe and dangerous web sites, to which traffic should be allowed to pass or be blocked.
ExchangeDefender Phishing Firewall maintains its own real-time Safe/Dangerous whitelist/blacklist infrastructure that can protect clients from sites that were not identified as dangerous when the message was processed but are identified as dangerous at the time user clicks on the email.