We are thrilled to announce that GreatHorn has been listed as one of Gartner’s cybersecurity “Cool Vendors”!
In the note Cool Vendors in Cloud Security 2017, analyst Steve Riley writes:
“The most pernicious threat challenging modern connected organizations: targeted phishing.”
GreatHorn solves this problem by providing comprehensive communication security, focused on targeted social engineering and phishing.
We map the social graphs of our clients communications across both email and other cloud-based systems, and use our technology to find anomalous patterns and messages that bear no payloads, files, or links, but rather, rely on social engineering techniques to compromise access to data, credentials, and financial resources.
Cybercriminals’ shift in tactics towards low-volume, highly targeted attacks requires enterprises to look beyond traditional solutions in order to protect themselves, their employees, and their customers from an ever-more-sophisticated set of techniques. Traditional anti-spam, anti-malware, and static analysis tools simply cannot keep up with today’s threats — especially when we see global attacks reaching millions of users in minutes.
GreatHorn combines deep learning and automation to drive down the time to both detection and response, and represents a truly next-generation communication security platform, safeguarding cloud email platforms from phishing, business email compromise, spear phishing, ransomware, and even OAuth-based threats more quickly and accurately than any legacy platform.
Interested in learning more? Download the complete note here: https://info.greathorn.com/cool-vendor.
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