Credential Theft is a social engineering attack where the goal is to trick the end-user into following a link to a seemingly legitimate log-in page and entering account details.
AI BASED THREAT DETECTION
Tessian AI Explained
Tessian uses an ensemble of AI based approaches because it's the only way to defend against advanced phishing attacks, and protect against sensitive data loss on email. Through behavioral, content and threat network analysis, Tessian AI automatically adjusts as our customers hire, acquire, and adapt.
Detects Anomalous Sender
The display name of this sender appears to be a legitimate Microsoft Password Reset, but the domain does not match nor appear to be a legitimate Microsoft account.
Detects Anomalous Behavior
A common tactic in Business Email Compromise attacks is to use urgency to trick the user into completing the call to action before they have a chance to realize something is phishy. Natural Language Processing detects this anomalous behavior by identifying terms that indicate urgency, financials, and calls to action.
Detects Anomalous Link
Since the goal of the attack is not to steal data or financial gain from the intended target, there is no need to use a malicious url, and therefore Credential Theft attacks typically bypass legacy gateway detection. The URL instead leads to a fraudulent login page that captures the credentials when the user inputs their password.
“Tessian stops email threats, including Phishing, Business Email Compromise and attacks which could lead to Ransomware or Credential theft on a daily basis. Without Tessian, these threats would've reached our end users.”
Simple stack that deploys in minutes
Tessian is built to augment Microsoft and Google, allowing you to enhance your investments and move beyond your secure email gateway. Tessian is deployed in minutes through native API integrations, add-ins or mail gateway.
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