Phishing Defense Solutions for Critical Infrastructure

FROM DETECTION TO REMEDIATION, COMPLETE PHISHING DEFENSE TO STOP THREATS FASTER.

InfraGard, the partnership between the FBI and private sector, defines the following industries as critical to national security: Defense, Energy and Utilities, Financial Services, Government, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Technology, Telecomm, and Transportation. Cyber-attackers target each industry to steal sensitive data or lock down systems with ransomware.

In the government sector, for example, the US Department of Defense every day repels about 36 million emails loaded with malware. At this rate, the Pentagon will soon receive 13 billion weaponized emails annually.1  In healthcare, 65% of CISOs worry that an employee will fall for a credential phish and 61% predict that malware will cause a major disruption in business processes.2

For most consumers and businesses, phishing attacks are annoying and sometimes very costly, but they don’t inflict physical damage. In critical infrastructure, however, an attack on a hospital could disrupt medical care or a spear phish against a nuclear power plant could potentially spell disaster.

Cofense delivers solutions that train employees at all levels to spot and report phishing so security teams can stop it. Our customers rank among the nation’s largest organizations in critical infrastructure sectors.

Train employees with content relevant to critical infrastructure.

Cofense PhishMeTM. Don’t throw hundreds of random phishing simulations at your employees. Condition them to report attacks with phishing simulations based on active threats the industry has seen or is experiencing. To view an example, click the image.

Learn how critical infrastructure sectors compare in phishing defense.

Research Report. The Cofense State of Phishing Defense 2018 report shows phishing readiness in major industries, including critical infrastructure. See how the manufacturing industry compares in the percentage of reported emails verified as malicious.

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Discover the malware trends affecting critical infrastructure.

Malware Review. Learn which malware trends are plaguing major industries, including critical infrastructure. Get detailed breakdowns from Cofense Intelligence, the team that analyzes thousands of emails and campaigns each month to keep customers ahead of phishing threats.

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Learn 6 ways your business can mitigate phishing faster.

Whitepaper. Cofense has put together a list of best practices for faster, more efficient phishing mitigation. See how to combine automated email analysis and security playbooks with human intelligence and control. Discover how to save time and resources while strengthening response.

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Can you stop a phishing attack in 10 minutes? This organization did.

Case Study. See how this Cofense customer blocked a phishing campaign in minutes, not days. Find out how the security team used Cofense TriageTM to identify and analyze the attack, so they could hunt it down before users supplied credentials.

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Learn how a healthcare provider hardened its defenses with Cofense.

Case Study. When it comes to fighting phishing, not all users are created equal. Some groups are more susceptible to attacks than others. Cofense PhishMe Managed Service helped this healthcare company customize training and harden defenses against active threats.

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“Why Cofense” Datasheet

See our suite of collaborative phishing defense solutions and why companies choose Cofense.

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Cofense PhishMe Datasheet

The solution that invented the phishing awareness industry helps organizations in critical infrastructure around the world train users to spot attacks.

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Cofense Triage Datasheet

Top companies around the world use Cofense Triage to respond to phishing attacks faster and more efficiently.

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1. “Government Agencies Are Under Siege from Phishing Attacks, Inc.com, 2018
2. “What Are CISOs Worried About in 2018?” Healthcare Informatics, 2018.