Stop phishing attacks in their tracks.
Prevent users from giving away their credentials by validating sanctioned URLs.
With over 250,000 credentials stolen every week and millions of new phishing websites
infiltrating the Internet every year, organizations are being forced to reconsider their current
threat protection strategies. It is no longer sufficient to say that “We have a firewall, anti-virus,
and disk encryption technology so we are secure.” Cyber-attacks will happen; therefore,
organizations must be able to prevent, detect and respond to breaches quickly. Regardless of
your organization’s size or industry, every company is a target.
How It Works
Part of Forsyte’s four-step approach to phishing
defense, Phish Finder is designed as a browser
independent add-in and utilizes an enterprise-grade
REST-compliant web service to maximize
Phish Finder provides the ability to define a Whitelist of trusted sites for your domain users. When a phishing attack occurs redirecting users to what appears to be a “trusted” site, Phish Finder detects the anomaly and takes action. The user automatically receives an alert identifying the unknown site and prevents the user from entering their password. Because hackers are continuously launching new sites, Phish Finder will automatically aggregate all harmful sites into a Blacklist.
As a further benefit, the harmful sites you encounter are combined with sites identified by other Phish Finder users to create a comprehensive, global Blacklist. The data is consumed by Phish Finder and can be consumed by other threat protection tools you already utilize.
1. Monitors when a user tries to enter credentials from your protected domain and then determines if the site is authorized.
2. Provides a visual alert to a user that a site is potentially unsafe and prevents users from entering their credentials.
3. Allows you to define an enterprise Whitelist of trusted sites where the organization’s credentials can be safety used.
4. Automatically maintains an aggregated list of all harmful sites into a Blacklist, which can be used across the enterprise to prevent users from falling prey to attacks.