The old approach to phishing has clearly failed. Organisations continue to commit significant resources to security, yet devastating compromises continue to occur - with the most likely initial vector being phishing. This need not continue.
Up until now, the perception of phishing has been broadly one of irritation, made worse by SOCs not having access to the tools they require to properly address the threat of phishing in a timely and impactful way. However, due to the highly successful and devastating nature of phishing, it must be a priority for SOCs. SOCs need the capability to rapidly triage and identify phishing emails and take definitive actions to prevent their users from being exposed to them in the future.
PhishTool is that capability. PhishTool exists to make the task of responding to user reported phishing as rapid as possible and as detailed as possible, whilst automatically keeping end users engaged beyond the simple act of reporting. PhishTool does this with a blend of automation, guided analysis and built-in expert knowledge, using metadata to reverse engineer phishing emails, revealing context and actionable indicators that would otherwise go undetected.
Phishing emails are a goldmine of valuable threat intelligence, from which the who, what and how of a phishing campaign can be gleaned. This intelligence can then be used to harden an organisation's defences and to hunt in the organisation's environment for potential exposure, protecting them against the most frequently successful method of compromise - phishing.
Understanding exactly how your users are getting phished is vital to preventing it happening again. PhishTool uses email meta data, built-in open source intelligence and guided analysis pathways paired with powerful automatic social engineering detection to provide a comprehensive insight into phishing emails.
PhishTool automatically detects how a phishing email defeated security controls and how an attacker is trying to social engineer a target. This combined with a growing list of third-party API integrations means that you can 'bring your own threat intelligence platform', putting the most up to date threat intelligence directly into your analysis phishing response process. No more clicking between browser tabs - fast, reliable and cutting-edge, stay ahead of the attackers in a single pane of glass with PhishTool.
With instant integration into Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace environments - your end users report phishing emails directly into your team's PhishTool 'In-tray', using whatever phish alert button or other reporting mechanism you have already. There is nothing to configure or change. PhishTool instantly issues a notification to your team once a new phishing email has been reported, and with realtime updating - all team members know where to focus their efforts, saving time and reducing workload.
Built with metrics in mind - reported phishing emails are resolved using our fine-grained phishing classification framework and malicious artifacts are flagged, so you can take action on the who, what and how of every reported phishing email, hardening your defences and hunting across your environment. Every phishing email that lands in a users mailbox can be utilised to stay one step ahead of the attackers. With PhishTool - this valuable intelligence stream will no longer be ignored.
The task of triaging and resolving user reported phishing emails should not be a cumbersome and time consuming process, with PhishTool it isn't. PhishTool connects directly to your environment with read only access to your phishing report mailbox. Once connected, PhishTool manages the entire phishing report lifecycle, with live updating, team collaboration and automatic end user engagement. PhishTool drastically reduces the time and effort required to properly process user reported phishing, whilst also significantly levelling up the quality and utility of analysis. It could not be easier - click, connect, done - your phishing response process just got much more mature.
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