Every day, organizations are infected by malware by unsuspecting staff who open malicious emails. The cost to organizations in terms of reputation, lost productivity and significant dollar losses is real and grows every year.
An organization with 1,000 employees has 1,000 unique points of entry for malicious email attacks, each and every day.
All of this comes at enormous costs to the organization in terms of dollars and reputation.
The FBI received about 500,000 complaints in 2019 concerning Internet Crime, as detailed in their latest report.
The most financially costly complaints involved business email compromise, fraud, and spoofing the account of a person or vendor known to the victim.
Employees don't think like security experts do.
They are doing their job in
So when a Phishing email arrives, they are not thinking "Is this Real or Fake?" They think it is a real email from the CEO, and they want to be helpful and process the wire immediately.
Unfortunately users often forget their training at exactly the wrong moment: When looking at a PHISHING email.
This is the moment of truth. But what if they forget what they learned in training just when they see a request for a $50,000 wire?
Adversaries exploit this vulnerability.
Employees want to be part of the defense against phishing and malware, but they need tools to help. They need a tool that will show them the Red Flags in a message that they might be missing.
They need a tool to help detect fake email.
2ndLook helps users to determine right in the Inbox if an email is Fake.
To find out if a message is trying to deceive you, click on our Deep Dive which will expose all of the tricks of the phishing email to you.
2ndLook detects real messages by displaying their brand logo.
If 2ndLook doesn’t show the brand logo, it is a fake message, 100% of the time.
2ndLook uncovers the message metadata and shows your employees facts about the message that the sender is trying to hide.
User training is provided as part of 2ndLook. It is provided right in the Inbox, while they are looking at a suspicious message, possibly a Phishing email.
Every other Penetration test is actually a quiz where the user identifies how this message is a fake. This reinforces training.
Watch a video that helps a user to determine right in the Inbox if this email is actually from the CEO, or if it is a fraudulent email trying to get them to wire money to an adversary.
Spoiler Alert: 2ndLook shows this is an external email, and the CEO is definitely NOT External.
Don't trust this email, it's a fake.
Organizations that make a change and implement 2ndLook Security find significant improvement in employee detection of fraud and phishing via Red Flag warnings and relevant training explaining the risks of the message they are viewing.