It Does No Good to Implement an Email Security Solution After An Attack

Posted by Stephen Ferrell
Stephen Ferrell

Before people put locks on doors - there was the day before people put locks on doors. ‘The day before’ likely ended up with more than a few household goods getting crated off down the street.

Too often we build a fence after the dog escapes, buy more car insurance after the accident or install a decent virus scanner after a long and painful recovery.

Email Security Best Practices

At INKY we often find ourselves implementing email security best practices for organizations after email security has been compromised. Worse still, many of those customers thought that their email was secure.  Sadly, while spam filters clear out the noise, they are generally ill equipped to deal with secure email’s biggest threat - phishing.

As it was in 2017 and 2018, the most significant challenge to email security for 2019 comes directly from Phishing.

This year millions of dollars will leave corporate America’s coffers by way of phishing attacks.

Phishing takes on many forms and like its nautical namesake are often able to swim effortlessly through the spam filters and right into your employees’ inboxes. If you haven’t proactively secured your email every associate in your organization, from the top down presents a daily and persistent risk to email security.

At INKY we have created the next generation email security solution. We recognize that email security is not a static undertaking, securing email must be a dynamic ongoing process.  It is for that reason that INKY is in a constant state of learning and like the good student she is she applies that knowledge daily.

Next Generation Email Protection

INKY uses domain-specific machine learning and computer vision to identify and block zero-day phishing emails that get through legacy email systems.

Don’t want until tomorrow to worry about email security, take the INKY challenge today and learn how with Phish Fence’s unique blend of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Computer Vision we have created the next generation email security platform. 

INKY is ready, are you?

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Topics: phishing attack, email security