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Anti-phishing: The effectiveness of banners

Putting banners in email to alert recipients to the potential dangers lurking in messages can be a highly effective way to keep employees safe from phishing attacks. But for this to be effective, you have to know which emails to flag.

View this white paper to learn how INKY’s Phish Fence determines which emails to warn users about based on criteria such as:

  • Potential sender forgery
  • Brand impersonation
  • First-time sender
  • And more

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  • Ward off phishing attacks with computer vision

    Computer vision is a key part of INKY’s ability to determine whether an email is safe or not. But few people understand how a computer can “see” the way a human does.

    It’s not enough to reproduce a picture of the object in question. Computer vision involves deriving meaning from that image.

    View this guide to learn how INKY uses visual analysis to figure out important features of each incoming email and matches it with other information to ward off phishing attacks.

  • How one company mitigated phishing and fraud attacks against senior staff

    Find out how Tricentis, an automated software testing company, used Barracuda Networks to:

    • Mitigate risk to C-suite and other staff from account takeover and spear-phishing/whaling attacks
    • Implement protection against domain spoofing
    • See a 200% increase in spam detection
    • Boost compliance with tamper-proof email archiving

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