Almost 90% of email attacks use fake sender identity. They contain no malware or malicious links but come from fraudulent senders. Current approaches to email security miss many of these phish. That’s because they focus on what messages contain, not who sent them.
Email remains the top vector for malware distribution and phishing, while email fraud continues to grow rapidly, with threat actors adapting tools and techniques across attack types to best capitalise on a range of vulnerabilities.
Malicious phishing emails make heavy use of web URL’s. Web Isolation technologies give you the option to make phishing pages read-only.