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Integrated Cloud Email Security (ICES) Platform From Abnormal Security

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Abnormal Security has announced its Integrated Cloud Email Security (ICES) platform. Unlike other email security platforms, Abnormal ICES provides a single, comprehensive solution for protecting against every kind of email attack. Together with Microsoft 365, Abnormal unifies and simplifies customers’ security strategies by eliminating the need for multiple email security products, improving the user experience, and reducing risks that arrive in employees’ mailboxes by tenfold.

Evan Reiser, Founder, and CEO, Abnormal Security, said, “When we started Abnormal three years ago, we had a vision for combating the most difficult cybersecurity threats with behavioral AI, a technology the founders had been working on for a decade. We knew traditional threat intelligence approaches weren’t working. We started out by applying behavioral AI to advanced email attacks, then expanded to malicious account takeovers, followed by supply chain protection. Today, I’m pleased to announce our most ambitious project to date: enabling customers to harness the power of behavioral AI to block the full spectrum of email attacks in a platform built from the ground up to integrate with Microsoft 365.”

Incoming email threats from the full spectrum of malicious emails are precisely addressed by Abnormal ICES. Observing users’ and vendors’ behavior, content, and tone helps it understand known good behavior, making it extremely effective at detecting anomalies and preventing attacks.

In addition to blocking spam and graymail, Abnormal now uses behavioral analysis to detect malware attacks and improves recognition of phishing and social engineering attacks that target targets because of high volume, low impact email. ICES is the only cloud-native system that can protect your company from all types of email attacks, including external and lateral phishing, employee and VIP impersonation, invoice and payment fraud, account takeover, virus and ransomware attacks, spam, and graymail.

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