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Phishing

Credentials and Personal Information Theft Through Fake Web Sites

Phishing attacks leverage fraudulent websites (a.k.a. Phishing sites) using trustworthy brands to persuade users to surrender credentials and other sensitive information. Emails, social networks, SMS and manipulated search engine results (i.e. SEO) are used to channel user to these sites. More sophisticated phishing attacks use personal information about the victim to make the email appear more legitimate (i.e. “Spear-Phishing”).
 
IBM® intelligence has shown that 80% of phishing victims access online banking phishing sites within the first 4 hours of an attack.
 

 

Prevent Access to Phishing Sites ASAP

Organizations whose end users are attacked through a phishing campaign must be able to detect it soon after it starts. And, while the fake web site takedown process takes place (over several hours), other users must be blocked from accessing the website and submitting information. 

Stop Phishing-driven Account Takeover and
Fraudulent Transactions 

Phishing attacks social engineer users into providing credentials and other sensitive data to cybercriminals. Organizations must be able to identify when sensitive data (e.g. user, password, credit card info) has been requested by suspicious websites, alert the user, and take fraud prevention measures (i.e. re-credential the user).