Tessian Cloud Email Security intelligently prevents advanced email threats and protects against data loss, to strengthen email security and build smarter security cultures in modern enterprises.
We’ve been recognized in Fast Company’s inaugural Next Big Things in AI and Data list
The list honors technology breakthroughs that promise to shape the future of their industries, and includes global giants, intrepid startups, and research that is fresh from the labs.
In all, our approach to Human Layer Security joins 64 other technologies, products, and services that will have a positive impact for consumers, businesses, and society at large in the next five years.
If you’ve read this blog or any of our reports, you’ll know our approach to cybersecurity is designed to protect people, not just machines and data.
Why, because 95% of today’s data breaches are caused by human error. Using machine learning to understand people’s communication patterns and behaviors online, Tessian automatically stops data breaches caused by employees on email and continuously drives people towards safer email behavior, thanks to in-the-moment training.
“It just takes one mistake, one carefully crafted phishing email, or one moment when an employee lets their guard down for company security to be compromised,” says Tim Sadler, CEO and co-founder of Tessian. “Those ‘Oh Sh*t!’ security moments cost people their jobs and businesses their reputations – but they can be stopped. Our technology empowers employees to make safe cybersecurity decisions in-the-moment and prevents mistakes before they turn into breaches. In today’s threat landscape, this people-first approach to security has never been more important and I’m so proud to be recognized by Fast Company for our work.”
“Fast Company is thrilled to highlight cutting-edge technologies that are solving real-world problems in unexpected ways. From climate change and public health crises to machine learning and security, these technologies will certainly have a profound impact on the future, and we’re honored to bring attention to them today,” says Stephanie Mehta, editor-in-chief of Fast Company.
You can see the full list here