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As more companies are adopting cybersecurity measures to protect their IT systems, cybercriminals turn their attention to the weakest link in any security strategy — the human factor. These social engineering attempts are often called CEO fraud, impersonation, whaling, or business email compromise. These attacks don't employ malicious URLs. Instead, cybercriminals impersonate CEOs or other ranking employees to gain access to financial information, proprietary information, and other confidential data. These malware-less attacks trick employees into making bank transfers, sending personal information to hackers to sell on the dark web, and other damaging activities.
SpliceNet’s Impersonation Prevention helps you detect and prevent these targeted attacks. The solution uses Mimecast's unique algorithm of key indicators detected in an email that determines suspicious content even in the absence of a malicious URL. The software scans for the email’s display name, domain name, domain age, reply-to information, and the body of the message. If the email fails a combination of tests, administrators can decide whether to delete or quarantine the message or simply warn the receiver about the potentially suspicious email.