URL Scanning vs. URL Analysis and Enrichment

What's the difference and why it matters

Most security teams, security vendors, MSSPs, and ISPs seek to know if URLs in their emails, network, or endpoint traffic are malicious. In many cases, they use URL scanning services, which typically involve a look-up against a curated database of known threats. Security analysts and threats researchers performing phishing incident response and threat hunting may also utilize URL enrichment services, either manually or through automated playbooks.

 

URL Analysis and Enrichment provides a single, correlated source of intelligence for a complete view. This whitepaper will deep-dive into these differences and more.

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Exceptional Power, Extreme Accuracy

SEER stands for Session Emulation and Environment Reconnaissance. It’s a new and more effective approach for detecting phishing threats that evade anti-phishing methods that rely on URL inspection and domain reputation analysis. SEER uses virtual browsers to dynamically inspect page contents and server behavior in a purpose-built cloud to definitively detect phishing sites in real-time and with extreme accuracy.

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