Intercept cyberattacks at their source.
Next gen email protection
100% threat visibility.
We stop email attacks at the earliest possible stage - pre-malware delivery - for faster, more accurate protection against zero day, n-day, and every day threats. Set-up a trial in minutes.Request a Trial
Advanced Email Protection.
Cloud solution protects against threats in any attachment or URL.
X-Ray any threat.
100% visibility into malicious intent.
Zero scanning delays for users.
* 15-30 seconds vs. ~7-20 minutes scan times of current solutions
Easy, integration-free cloud-deployment.
Scan 100% of traffic, regardless of volume.
Stop attacks before the damage is done.
Today’s solutions detect threats post-malware delivery. By the time a serious attack is detected, you're already in damage control. We target the source of malware - the exploit. Deterministically identifying even the most advanced malicious code, so malware is never in the first place.
Spam, Phishing, commodity malware
Exploits leveraging known vulnerabilities.
Exploits leveraging unknown vulnerabilities.
Our proprietary platform combines the best of both worlds. Fusing the high data visibility only possible at the CPU level with the flexibility of a cloud solution.
Any attack always starts at the CPU level, which means access this data is a critical. Our solution provides unprecedented visibility at this level - to prevent sophisticated evasion methods.
Deploys in one click, with no integration needed. Works with any web-based or on-prem e-mail service.
Stay a step ahead
Research & News.
Breaking CFI: Exploiting CVE-2015-5122 using COOP
In this series of posts we’re going to demonstrate how modern CFI implementations can be circumvented.
Case Study: The evolution of a recent attack campaign
How hackers can make variations within one campaign - as seen in a recent customer attack we blocked.
Attack Trend: Phishing links moving to email attachments
Typically phishing links are sent directly inside the email body, but now attackers are embedding their phishing links inside an email attachment instead.