6 out of 10 businesses are victims of social engineering attacks
Graphus® applies graph theory, big data algorithms, and machine learning for instant protection
Your people are your weakest link.
60% of businesses were victims of social engineering attacks in 2016. And 91% of all data breaches start with a social engineering attack.
Graphus leverages machine learning, big data algorithms, and the graph theory to quickly analyze an organization’s internal and external interactions developing a unique fingerprint and trust rating for each sender. Trustworthiness is instantly analyzed allowing for sophisticated social engineering attacks to be identified.
Successful social engineering attacks can lead to account compromise giving cybercriminals full access to your communications. Cybercrimmals then use this information to launch additional social engineering attacks against your organization.
Graphus monitors and profiles your account activity and alerts on any behavior inconsistent with normal activity.
Any email attachments can be malware. Current technologies rely solely on looking up the hash of an attachment with known bad malware. If this malware is newly created or specifically created for your organization it will then bypass your security and successfully make it’s way to the intended target.
Graphus doesn’t focus on the payload but the trustworthiness of the sender. If the sender is found to be untrustworthy, communication is flagged. If there is an attachment, it is isolated for real-time analysis for malicious behavior.
URLs in an email can lead to a phishing site or malicious webpages that can download malware. Current technologies try to match these URLs with known malicious URLs however unknown malicious URLs or newly created ones can easily slip past existing security solutions.
Graphus doesn’t focus on the payload but the trustworthiness of the sender. If the sender is found to be untrustworthy, communication is flagged. If there is a URL, it is isolated for real-time analysis for malicious behavior.
“We were looking for a solution for social engineering threats that went beyond employee training. I was pleasantly surprised when Graphus caught an extremely sophisticated attack involving URL link to malware hosted at someone’s Google drive.”