Introducing our latest product update, designed to improve security event triaging efficiencies for security admins using the advanced email threat prevention module, Tessian Defender, in the Tessian portal.
The enhanced event triage update not only provides security admins with greater control and confidence in preventing advanced threats coming into corporate inboxes, but it also gives valuable time back to security teams.
How does it work?
When Tessian flags an email as potentially malicious, security admins quickly analyze the email within the Tessian portal. After analyzing the email, they can assess whether the email is malicious or not. If the email is deemed safe, the security admin can release it to all of the end-user’s inboxes with a single click and if it’s malicious, they can delete the email from the end-user’s quarantine as well as delete the released copy from the user’s inbox with a single click. As a result, security teams can significantly reduce the risk of an end-user interacting with a malicious email.
This capability extends to bulk remediation of large scale phishing attacks – a.k.a. burst attacks – that affect multiple end-users.