No email security gateway completely protects you from advanced social or phishing attacks. Which is why you need this:
ThreatTest, powered by GoSecure, is a new Inbox Detection and Response (IDR) solution that automates email threat resolution in the user’s inbox. If an attack gets through your current gateway defense, it lets employees click on suspicious emails and then instantly routes those emails through machine learning filters—as well as expert human analysis—to check the email’s true intent. In minutes the email is either verified or vanquished. All without help from IT, or end-user hassle.
ThreatTest upgrades you to The World’s Safest Inboxes™:
Real-time, end-user driven reporting of suspicious message to the GoSecure Hybrid Threat Detection Center. Users receive closed-loop communication with the results of the investigation and automated incident response.
Automated machine learning and human analysis deliver the highest level of accuracy in threat detection and mitigation.
Quarantine mechanism to evaluate untrusted content within the submitted messages, such as URLs. Suspicious emails automatically moved into a custom folder once submitted.
Instant removal of a malicious message from the inbox; rules automatically applied to the global policy for all users.
Ability for the SOC or IT administrators to configure notifications and frequency. View summary charts and set up customized reports for emails processed and categories assigned.
Email Platforms Supported
Microsoft Exchange 2013 and newer; Microsoft Office 365; Outlook Web Access (OWA)
Email Clients Supported
Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Outlook App (for Android and iOS)
Of course, ultimately securing your data is the most important thing you can do. ThreatTest is your best step in stopping advanced phishing attacks before they do real damage. ThreatTest also delivers powerful ROI for virtually every company, as it takes the burden of investigation off of IT and does it automatically. Here’s an example:
Based on estimate of $70/hr for In-house IT costs and current ThreatTest user data for email submissions. Does not include savings of reduction in successful attacks, remediation of an actual attack, hardware costs, etc.