Protect your inbox from email impersonation attacks
Valimail Defend benefits:
- One-click integration for Microsoft Office 365 and Google G Suite customers
- Provides standalone protection — or can be combined with existing security tools for a layered defense
- Leverages the Valimail platform to block BEC attacks from fraudulent domain impersonations as well as phishing attacks sent from open-signup systems like Gmail and Yahoo
- Highly configurable policy controls at the group, individual, and domain levels
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Protect your most attacked people
Get visibility into the threats targeting specific individuals (or G Suite or Office 365 groups) in your organization. Apply custom policies to keep them safe with enhanced security measures.
With Defend, security teams get visibility into the most attacked groups and individuals and can configure permissive or restrictive settings based on each group’s risk profile.
Policy controls at your fingertips
Defend gives you access to a wide variety of policy controls and configurations. Easily set policies across groups, to direct untrusted messages to be quarantined or deleted. Review existing policies and edit them quickly from a menu of policy options.
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Catches what traditional email security misses
Traditional email security approaches struggle to keep pace with ever-changing attacks. To stop business email compromise (BEC), secure email gateways require ongoing monitoring, configuration, and maintenance. Existing systems, based on AI/ML modeling, attempt to address these mutating attacks by anticipating content and behavioral patterns, but the speed of mutation used by modern attackers means that many phish get through such defenses.
A better approach is to address the common technique used by all phishing attacks: Impersonation. Defend does exactly that, stopping BEC attacks that utilize domain impersonations, such as messages from lookalike and fraudulent domains, as well as impersonations launched from open-signup systems such as Gmail and Yahoo on day one. Why? Because Defend authenticates and authorizes emails at the sender domain level. We focus on permitting only the finite population of good senders, while the infinite variety of bad content is blocked by default. It’s what we call Zero Trust Email Security.