Tessian’s mission is to secure the human layer by empowering people to do their best work, without security getting in their way.
Com Laude, an ICANN accredited registrar, is a specialist domain name management company that helps businesses manage their domain name portfolios throughout the full life cycle.
As a trusted strategic partner of leading global brands, Com Laude recognized that there was a direct correlation between the security of their clients’ information and the security of their business – something that they were keen not only to protect but enhance, so as to facilitate further growth. Having identified the significance of the threat at hand, they were keen to find a solution – and with misdirected emails being the most common type of data security incident, there was no time to waste.
Attracted by the intelligence of our AI and machine learning based software, the Com Laude team actively sought out Tessian Guardian, combining this with the additional protection provided by Tessian Constructor to implement an effective regulatory framework for their internal communication policies.
Tessian was rolled out to 30 employees across a number of departments at Com Laude. After an initial period of time exploring Tessian’s functionality, Com Laude built a variety of rules specifically for their organisation using Constructor and had Guardian successfully running in the background.
Soon after, Com Laude were presented with a detailed threat report from Tessian, including a high-level overview of their email statistics along with a deep-dive analysis of the specific threats identified via the Guardian – specifically, flagged misdirected emails.
The results from this report provided Com Laude with “proof” not only of the value of their investment, but of the scale of the problem. Having indicated that Guardian was able to detect and prevent email threats in the form of misdirected emails, the report also provided the company with some significant insights via these email statistics. This had a direct impact on Com Laude’s business model, allowing the firm to use these findings to set key rules designed to further protect their customers.
Tessian is building the world’s first Human Layer Security platform to automatically secure all human-digital interactions within the enterprise. Today, our filters use stateful machine learning to protect people using email and to prevent threats like spear phishing, accidental data loss, data exfiltration and other non-compliant email activity. To book a demo and learn more about how we can help your organization, click here.