Credential compromise attacks are frequently sourced from senders that your organization doesn't know. The Clearedin Identity Graph is constantly monitoring your trust relationships to flag any inbound messages from suspicious senders.
Credential Compromise attacks typically come from domains and senders that have been freshly set up for that express purpose, and have no previous good or bad activity to match against. Clearedin scrutinizes incoming messages to check for domain and sender age to protect you from Zero-Day Attacks.
Another common tactic for Credential Compromise attacks is delivering them 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.
Clearedin locks the email so that the user cannot engage with it in any way, keeping them and your organization safe from attack.
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.