Ransomware in 2020: How will it affect your business?

March 9th, 2020

Ransomware remains a serious threat to enterprises, small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), and individuals alike. Last month, Clop ransomware has evolved to integrate a method that targets Windows 10 apps and various applications. Additionally, the latest reports by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) show that another ransomware called Maze has been targeting U.S. companies to steal and encrypt data.

Digital threats to watch out for

February 20th, 2020

With a new decade on the horizon, many digital threats and cybersecurity gaps that have plagued the previous one will persist and worsen. Additionally, with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning being adopted across an ever-widening array of industries, hackers are also using them to enhance the sophistication of their attacks.

Infographic: The Truth About Spear Phishing

January 21st, 2020

Spear phishing is on the rise. However, even with new attacks reported on a daily basis, it can be difficult to see how spear phishing stacks up against other cyber threats. Graphus has compiled a short infographic summarizing the latest data on spear phishing to make it easier to see the big picture.

Graphus Awarded Patent for Detecting and Handling Targeted Email Attacks

January 21st, 2020

Graphus was awarded a U.S. patent for automatically detecting and handling targeted email attacks commonly referred to as spear phishing and social engineering. Graphus is known for using artificial intelligence and graph theory to establish company-specific Trust GraphTM that differentiates between trusted and untrusted communications and protects organizations from the most common types of cybersecurity attacks today.

Successful White House Spear Phishing Attacks Show No One is Safe

January 21st, 2020

No one is safe from spear phishing attacks. Not even the highest-ranking government officials. CNN reported recently that a self-described email prankster successfully spear phished several members of the White House staff and First Family posing as the President’s son-in-law and advisor, Jared Kushner.

3 ways Graphus can automate your cyber defense

January 21st, 2020

Our mission here at Graphus, is to make simple, powerful, and automated cloud security accessible to any size business, anywhere in the world. Robust, enterprise-grade cybersecurity protection shouldn’t be difficult to implement or use or only be available to large enterprises.

Protecting employees from cyber attacks while reducing IT workload

January 21st, 2020

In a previous post, we talked about ways Graphus can help automate your cybersecurity defense. In our recent product release, we took this a step further. We have introduced a warning banner for our customers. Now for any spoofing, scam, phishing, wire fraud, or other business email compromise threats, we include a warning banner in the email warning the recipient(s) that the email is suspicious.

Graphus and ISG Partner on Spear Phishing and Ransomware Prevention Tool

January 21st, 2020

Today Graphus is pleased to announce a new channel partnership with the Intelligence Systems Group (ISG). ISG is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that provides cyber security software and services to the Intelligence Community. The company will initially offer the Graphus solution to its corporate and governmental client’s using G-Suite by Google to detect, eliminate and alert their security personnel in real-time about sophisticated social engineering attacks.

Targeted drive-by malware attacks & how to handle them

November 8th, 2017

Detecting and alerting messages that include malicious links (and attachments!) is nothing new for Graphus. Our product has been able to do this and auto-quarantine any emails carrying malware since it was released to the public.

Analyzing URLs and attachments in real-time and automatically removing threatening emails from the recipient(s) inbox has proven to be extremely valuable for our customers but attackers are constantly looking for ways to successfully circumvent the protections in place.