Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense
Block fraudulent emails before they reach your employees, partners, and customers
Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense
Are you afraid of your email?
Do you wonder if the message you are reading was in fact sent by the “sender” and that the content of the message is real?
Did the email attachment really come from the sender stated in the email?
Do you lie awake at night wondering if your company or your personal computer or phone will be “locked” by some clever ransomware malware and someone demanding money to provide an unlock service?
Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense gives you the protection needed to validate and authenticate legitimate senders and block fraudulent messages before they reach your inbox.
Protect your organization from email threats and crafty techniques that include sender spoofing, fraudulent attachments, business email compromise (BEC), personal or work-related phishing.
Phishing is a fun way to say someone is trying to gain access to your personal identifiable information (PII), your accounts, your finances and in short, your life’s details. Email fraud and imposter messages are growing at an alarming rate.
Using Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense you can protect your organization from phishing attacks and getting spoofed from trusted domains. Fraudulent and spoofed email can be blocked and stopped from reaching your email users.
With Email Fraud Defense you can prevent:
- CEO/CFO wire transfer attacks
- Income or W-2 scams
- Fraudulent requests for personal-private information
- Malicious emails trying to spoof your domains
- Spoofed Emails from reaching your employees and customers
- Emails attempting to capture and steal your corporate identity
Please understand that the Internet started as an open-source message exchange. Lots of people contributed (even Al Gore) and as the Internet evolved, so did the email messaging of things. Because of this your organization must have the proper protection.
Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting & Conformance (DMARC) is an open email authentication protocol that enables domain-level protection of the email process. This protocol standard actually builds on two other existing protocol standards SPF (Sender Policy Framework, or some call it Sender Permitted From, this standard is a path-based Email Authentication technique) and DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Message, this standard is a signature-based Email Authentication technique).
Using a combination of DMARC, SPF and DKIM protocols, Email Fraud Defense provides the ability to confidently block and reject all unauthorized messages or unauthenticated senders before these messages reach your employees, your partners, and your customers.
With Email Fraud Defense you can:
- Monitor all emails sent using your domains
- Identify if emails are sent from your organization or by third-parties
- Distinguish legitimate emails and malicious emails
- Better understand the email process and create policies for proper email authentication
- Authorize all legitimate email sent from your domains
- Implement strong DMARC policies
Authenticating email using DMARC, SPF, and DKIM can prevent the most email fraud. The Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense reporting tool provides a thorough examination of authentication failures and helps you learn how to differentiate between anomalies and real issues.
Get Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense so this tool can help your employees avoid phishing messages and attachments containing malware saving your costly dollars to contain and eradicate issues. Stop BEC and imposter email.
The Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense module makes the most of creating a much safer environment for your organization and protecting your data communication.
Learn how you can deploy and use Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense for free!
Contact H-11 today for your free demonstration and trial period today.
Protect your organization from today’s advanced email threats including business email compromise (BEC) and consumer phishing. Proofpoint Email Fraud Defense gives you the visibility, toolset, and services needed to authorize legitimate senders and block all fraudulent emails before they reach the inbox.
On May 4th, 2017 the United States Federal Bureau Of Investigation issues an official statement citing reported Domestic and international exposed dollar losses of $5.3 Billion due to Business Email Compromise between October 2013 and December 2016 – (BEC, Imposter, Spoofing, Fraudulent Email)
May 04, 2017 | Alert Number I-050417-PSA | FBI Public Service Announcement