While new business communication and collaboration tools emerge every day, an employee’s email address often serves as the one constant identity that is leveraged by other forms of digital communication.

But, despite its ubiquity, email remains a leading attack vector. Spear phishing, business email compromise (BEC) scams and other forms of advanced email attacks successfully bilk businesses out of billions of dollars each year.

Traditional approaches focused largely on inspecting message content and assessing the reputation of a message’s infrastructure of origin don’t stop these identity-based attacks.

This white paper describes methods that establish the identity behind the email message using vast data, email telemetry and machine learning to predict whether the email messages you and your employees receive can be trusted, opened, answered, and acted upon.

Download your complementary copy today!

While new business communication and collaboration tools emerge every day, an employee’s email address often serves as the one constant identity that is leveraged by other forms of digital communication.

But, despite its ubiquity, email remains a leading attack vector. Spear phishing, business email compromise (BEC) scams and other forms of advanced email attacks successfully bilk businesses out of billions of dollars each year.

Traditional approaches focused largely on inspecting message content and assessing the reputation of a message’s infrastructure of origin don’t stop these identity-based attacks.

This white paper describes methods that establish the identity behind the email message using vast data, email telemetry and machine learning to predict whether the email messages you and your employees receive can be trusted, opened, answered, and acted upon.

Download your complementary copy today!

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