Lastline and PhishMe Integrate Solutions to Combat Phishing Attacks
Industry Leaders Team to Elevate Enterprise Phishing Detection and Response
REDWOOD CITY, CA — September 21, 2016 — Lastline Inc., a leader in advanced malware detection and protection, has teamed up with PhishMe, the leading provider of human-phishing defense solutions, to strengthen enterprise defenses against data breaches.
With more than 90 percent of data breaches having a root cause attributed to phishing, organizations need to adopt an integrated product approach to thwarting cyber-attacks. Such an approach includes vigilance against the increasingly clever and creative spear phishing attempts, while at the same time maintaining constant network surveillance of program behaviors profiling evasive malware.
When installed within the same enterprise environment, PhishMe Triage automates the prioritization, analysis, and response to phishing threats identified and reported by employees that bypass email security technologies. Triage then sends specific email payloads to Lastline for in-depth behavioral observation. Malware identification by PhishMe, together with Lastline, can be streamlined and incorporated into the security team’s workflow to alert parties to take decisive action.
“We are seeing geometric growth of malware variants and behavioral routines through the Lastline real-time malware Knowledge Base. To this day, the most popular method to initially seed advanced malware remains the now-proven phishing attack,” explained Brian Laing, Vice President, Product & Business Development at Lastline.
“We are pleased to offer better integration with PhishMe Triage to offer joint customers the very best chance of success against these separate, but related cyber threats, spear phishing and evasive malware,” said Laing.
PhishMe is the leading provider of human-focused phishing defense solutions for organizations concerned about their susceptibility to today’s top attack vector — spear phishing. PhishMe’s intelligence-driven platform turns employees into an active line of defense by enabling them to identify, report, and mitigate spear phishing, malware, and drive-by threats. Our open approach ensures that PhishMe integrates easily into the security technology stack, demonstrating measurable results to help inform an organization’s security decision making process. PhishMe’s customers include the defense industrial base, energy, financial services, healthcare, and manufacturing industries, as well as other Global 1000 entities that understand changing user security behavior will improve security, aid incident response, and reduce the risk of compromise. For more information, please visit http://www.phishme.com
Lastline is innovating the way companies detect active breaches caused by advanced persistent threats, targeted attacks and evasive malware. Lastline’s Deep Content Inspection™ goes beyond the legacy malware analysis used in most firewalls, UTM’s, IPS systems, and antimalware software. Lastline’s open architecture integrates advanced threat defenses and intelligence into existing operational workflows and security systems. Inspection of suspicious objects occurs at scale in real-time using a full-system emulation approach to sandboxing that is superior to virtual machine-based and OS emulation techniques. Lastline’s technology correlates network and object analysis to achieve timely breach confirmation and incident response. Lastline was built by Anubis and Wepawet researchers and industry veterans with decades of experience focused specifically on advanced breach weaponry and tactics.
Headquartered in Redwood City, California with offices throughout North America, Europe and Asia, Lastline’s platform is used by global managed security service providers, Global 2000 enterprises and leading security vendors worldwide. To learn more, visit https://www.lastline.com.
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