Sponsor: EdgeWave Inc

Mesa Systems Protects Against Phishing Email with EdgeWave ThreatTest

Established in 1981 with offices located throughout the western United States, Mesa Systems is a world-class, full-service provider of residential, commercial, and logistics-based transportation solutions for businesses and individuals. This case study reviews how Mesa Systems identified a new wave of phishing attacks getting past their existing defenses, and how they are giving their employees a simple tool that helps them flag suspicious emails in their inbox. It then automatically routes those emails through AI and expert human analysis in minutes. Mesa can now fight phishing attacks faster, resolving them in minutes, and they are no longer burdening IT with the time and cost of investigating and remediating suspicious emails.

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Phishing: The Threat from Within

A New Approach to Close the Phishing Security Gap

Your company is not alone. Phishing threatens every organization around the world, large and small. Attackers consider phishing a go-to technique to gain access to the network, because it yields great success. In this paper, we explore challenges IT professionals face when adopting a more traditional approach to email security, such as the significant time and cost burden of having IT manage suspicious email threat investigation and remediation. In addition, we identify new steps you can take to reduce email security awareness training requirements and how you can more quickly identify, report, investigate and resolve inbox phishing attacks in real-time.

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ThreatTest: Automated Phishing Email Incident Response Service

Email phishing attacks are the most prevalent variety of social attacks, which comprise nearly 44% of successful breaches.1 When a successful email attack reaches an employee’s inbox, the last thing you want is an employee wondering whether to open it—or ignoring it while the attacker moves on to the next employee target.

EdgeWave ThreatTest removes the guesswork and provides an automated process for employees to report suspicious emails and receive research support—alleviating helpdesk resource constraints. When an employee receives an email impersonation or other suspicious email, with a click of a button, ThreatTest provides rapid and accurate investigation and incident response.

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