Ironscales Declares Launch of Non-Blocking Cloud-Native API Deployment

May 7, 2018

 

The new possibility is perfectly suited to companies that have shifted their electronic mail facilities to the cloud and are exploring for an easy-to-implement solution that offers defense from phishing dangers, without the need to buy hardware or execute complicated software fixings.

The new placement alternative can be used to safeguard any endpoint that uses Microsoft Office 365 or G-Suite for electronic mail, including tablets and moveable appliances. Ironscales informs that this anti-phishing positioning can be executed in a two-click procedure, without the requirement to change DNS MX records. It’s a swift and easy solution for safety teams to install on all company-owned as well as personally-owned appliances under a BYOD scheme.

The solution is system-agonistic, needs no outlook or chrome plugins, and safety teams don’t require to apply patches or carry out system updates – The solution is automatically and silently improved by Ironscales.

The Ironscales platform has been created to maximize the supply of non-malicious electronic mails while obstructing electronic mail-based dangers like BEC attacks, hateful links and attachments, and phishing electronic mails. The system transmits instant in-mail alerts regarding impersonation attempts, automatically completes a forensic analysis of doubtful and user-reported electronic mails and contains a one-click reply/Clawback for safety teams.

Customers installing the solution benefit from access to Ironscales’ safety consciousness and phishing replication platform – IronSchool; its danger intelligence sharing platform – Federation; its mailbox-abnormality detection facility – IronSights; and its forensics and event reaction solution – IronTraps.

Ironscales states that with the system in place, “Ironscales’ clients decrease the time from electronic mail phishing attack detection to enterprise-wide remediation from days, weeks or months to only seconds, with little to no safety team involvement.”