Webinar | Real Time Phishing
Join our Founder & CEO in a webinar on March 27th to better understand and defend against
zero-hour social engineering threats
Better Detection = Better Protection
Preemptive threat hunting, real-time phishing threat detection, and API access provides real-time threat intelligence for better protection against fast-moving, zero-hour phishing threats.
SlashNext SEER™ technology accurately detects all six types of phishing threats—with near-zero false positives. Automated URL re-checking and retirement keeps the focus on live threats.
SlashNext threat detection is out-of-band and cloud-powered, so it doesn’t introduce any latency to your network. And with no PII sent to our cloud, your data remains safe.
SlashNext Targeted Phishing Defense has a quick 20 minute install and no tuning required. Provides instant threat detection along with API access to real-time phishing threat intelligence.
The Threat Landscape Has Changed. Again.
Atif Mushtaq, SlashNext CEO, sits down with John Furrier for a CUBE Conversation on the changing tactics of cybercriminals. With companies using more sophisticated security defenses such as SEGs, SWGs, NextGen AV and advanced endpoint security, hackers are going after the human attack surface with socially engineered attacks that evade existing defenses by design.
Understanding and Defending Against Zero-Hour Social Engineering Threats
Join us on Wednesday, March 27th at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET for a 30-minute webinar to learn about the benefits of Real Time Phishing Threat Intelligence.
Phishing in the Dark
When it comes to social engineering attacks, cyber anglers are using a greater variety of phishing tactics to lure and hook their prey.
Addressing the Top 10 Security Issues
Even with a multi-layer cybersecurity approach, 78% of organization have at least one incident a year. This whitepaper explores the top cybersecurity concerns facing organizations.
The New Threat Landscape with Phishing Attacks on the Web
Phishing attack vectors are expanding beyond email and use increasingly sophisticated methods to phish users. Learn more how it’s being done.