Mailsafe, our Anti-Phishing solution for businesses

Email phishing and spear phishing are the most common corporate attacks. Altospam has developed a protection solution against phishing threats based on AI and Machine Learning

Increasingly sophisticated phishing attacks

Solution Anti-phishing Altospam

Phishing and spear phishing are the most common corporate attacks (regardless of sector or company size). Phishing attacks are therefore the biggest cybersecurity threat.
Hackers use increasingly sophisticated techniques to trick users into divulging confidential information such as passwords or personal details.
Hackers have developed increasingly sophisticated techniques to fool conventional filtering and detection solutions.
Our self-learning, AI-driven Mailsafe email security solution detects and filters advanced threats such as BEC, credential collection and account takeover.

How does our solution against phishing attacks work?

Mailsafe’s anti-phishing solution blocks phishing emails thanks to a combination of proven techniques for detecting phishing attacks. Based on AI and Machine Learning, Mailsafe is a combination of 16 complementary anti-spam technologies (including 4 zero-day) and 6 antivirus programs. Mailsafe blocks phishing emails before they reach your mail server, in real time. Our solution analyzes the origin, content and context of emails to detect threats.

Mailsafe is an innovative solution designed from the outset to minimize the false-positive rate. Its strength lies in the judicious combination of the latest techniques for detecting spam, known and unknown viruses, and analyzing messages during the SMTP transaction.

Mailsafe uses a highly sophisticated email scoring process based on multiple analysis techniques. This analysis is carried out as messages arrive at the ALTOSPAM servers, enabling appropriate action to be taken based on the result of the analysis. Depending on the message’s rating, it will be: accepted, temporarily refused (greylisting technique), blocked in quarantine (releasable on validation) or rejected with session retention (Teergrubing).

The online administration interface lets you quickly and easily view your statistics (messages accepted, temporarily refused or rejected), the reasons for accepting or rejecting messages, your logs with the treatments applied to emails, and your most spammed addresses. What’s more, you can configure a daily summary of messages rejected the previous day. This module also lets you activate the anti-advertising option to suppress advertising for all or some of your users.

Fonctionnement Solution Anti-phishing Altospam

How our Mailsafe anti-phishing solution works

Picto Analyse heuristique

Heuristic behavioral analysis

Mailsafe analyzes emails and attachments using thousands of rules created by Altospam’s team of experts. New rules are created and updated daily to adapt our filtering solution to new threats.

Real-time analysis of attachments and URLs

Mailsafe analyzes all attachments (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) as well as PDF and ZIP files and macros

Techno proprietaire IA Machine Learning

Machine Learning

Our phishing protection solution analyzes several email and url characteristics in real time to identify malicious and suspicious behavior (frequently found in phishing attacks) without delaying email delivery.

Instant analysis with quarantine in case of doubt

Real-time analysis of content & links/Urls: morphological and semantic (keywords, turns of phrase, writing style, sense of urgency). Our solution identifies suspicious expressions and stylistic and grammatical choices frequently found in phishing emails.

Phishing, Ransomware, spams ?

Security starts in your mailbox. Thousands of IT managers have been placing their trust in us for years.

Mailsafe also protects against sophisticated attacks:

icône bleue Spear Phishing

Anti- Spear-phishing

Our anomaly detection and semantic analysis algorithms detect spoofing attempts and malicious patterns in phishing emails.

icĂ´ne bleue ransomware

Anti-transomware

Our algorithms and heuristic analyses examine both behavior and code to detect malware and ransomware lurking in emails, attachments and hosted files.

Anti-malware | Anti-virus

Our solution integrates 6 antivirus tools to complement anti-spam filters, as well as 4 innovative technologies to detect unknown viruses.

Picto bleu Spam

Anti-spam

Our solution blocks spam before it reaches your mail server, and before it reaches your employees’ mailboxes. Mailsafe combats false positives and ensures a near-zero false-positive rate.

Ready to go? Test our solutions

icĂ´ne bouton test gratuit bleu

Free trial

Free 15-day analysis: test our email protection solutions to discover intrusion attempts in your mailboxes.

DĂ©mo anti phishing anti ransomware antispam

Book a demo

Our email protection solution helps you prevent threats from phishing, ransomware, spear phishing, malware, spam and viruses. Book a time with a cyber expert for a personalized demonstration.

icĂ´ne bleue Devis

Request a quote

Our rates are tailored to your business and your size. Ask us for a customized quote based on your company’s needs.

Why install an anti-phishing solution?

  • Why is it essential for a company to install an anti-phishing solution?

    Installing an anti-phishing solution is essential for a number of reasons:

    1. Early detection: A well-configured anti-phishing solution can help identify suspicious emails and block them before they reach employees’ inboxes, reducing the risk of accidental opening.
    2. Education and awareness: Anti-phishing solutions can be used to provide training and phishing simulations for employees, helping them to identify the signs of a phishing attack and adopt good security practices.
    3. Real-time protection: An anti-phishing solution can detect phishing websites and block them, preventing employees from divulging sensitive information.
  • How to avoid phishing attacks?

    To avoid phishing attacks, here are a few preventive measures:

    1. Awareness-raising and training: Regularly educate employees about phishing techniques and good IT security practices, such as identifying suspicious e-mails and checking links before clicking on them.
    2. Sender verification: Be vigilant about the identity of the sender of e-mails, and check the e-mail address for any anomalies or errors.
    3. Use an anti-phishing solution: Install a security solution that can detect and block phishing e-mails and websites.
    4. Software updates and protection: Keep all software, including operating systems and antivirus programs, up to date to benefit from the latest protection against phishing attacks and other threats.
  • What are the risks and consequences of phishing for a company?

    The risks and consequences of a phishing attack for a company or organization can be significant:

    • Theft of sensitive data: phishing attacks often aim to obtain confidential information such as login credentials, financial data, customer information or trade secrets. If this information is compromised, it can lead to data leakage and a breach of confidentiality.
    • Financial loss: Cybercriminals can use information obtained through phishing to access company bank accounts, carry out fraudulent transactions, divert funds or extort money. This can result in significant financial losses for the company.
    • Reputational damage: If a company falls victim to a phishing attack, it can damage its reputation. Customers and business partners may lose confidence in the company as a result of the data security breach. Loss of reputation can lead to a decrease in customers, lost business opportunities and a negative image associated with the company.
    • Business interruption: Phishing attacks can cause disruption to day-to-day business operations. For example, if employees fall into the phishing trap and disclose their login credentials, cybercriminals can access internal systems, disrupt online services, block access to data or cause other forms of digital sabotage.
    • Remediation costs: After a phishing attack, the company must take steps to remediate the problem. This may include investigating the incident, reinforcing security measures, restoring data, notifying affected parties, implementing additional protection measures, training employees, etc. All these actions can cost the company money and time.
    • Subsequent attacks: A company that has been the victim of a phishing attack may become a more attractive target for cybercriminals. They may use the information obtained during the initial attack to launch further targeted attacks, or exploit vulnerabilities already identified. This can jeopardize the company’s overall security and increase the risk of further security incidents.

    In summary, the consequences of a phishing attack for a company or organization can include the loss of sensitive data, financial losses, reputational damage, business disruption, remediation costs and increased exposure to further attacks. It is therefore crucial for companies to implement prevention and awareness measures to protect themselves against phishing.