Ransomware

Prevent users from being able to engage with dangerous attachments from unknown, untrusted, or compromised senders.

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Spot Suspicious Senders

The first vector for a ransomware attack is via a bad attachment from an unknown or untrusted sender. The Clearedin Identity Trust Graph is constantly monitoring your trust relationships to flag any inbound messages from suspicious senders.

Domains and Contacts

Compromised Senders

Another common way ransomware infects an organization is by delivering it from the account of an external sender that has been compromised by the attacker. Clearedin maintains historical context for each external sender and can spot aberrant emails.

  • New Location
  • Impossible Travel
  • Unusual Recipients
  • Abnormal Send Time
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Active Defense

Clearedin locks the email so that the user cannot engage with it in any way, keeping them and your organization safe from attack.

  • Links are unclickable
  • Reply / Forward disabled
  • Attachments stripped
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Emerging Channels

Email is only one way that ransomware can be deployed into your organization. Clearedin can monitor and protect all the channels your employees commonly use, including Slack, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams. Clearedin can even detect when files are being shared with your employees by suspicious senders via OneDrive, G-Drive, and SharePoint.