Fraud protection services and email authentication to keep your brands safe
Phishing attacks become more sophisticated and chances are high that your customers will receive bogus emails that appear to be sent by your brand—these email frauds are known for mimicking your brand logo, colors, and language—tricking customers into clicking links and giving up personal information, or giving access to their systems for malware infiltration. This can damage your brand reputation and your bottom line, making it a complex risk that security teams need to protect against.
What CSC offers
Through our partnership with Proofpoint, CSC offers an authentication technology that enables you to confirm a sender’s identity, increasing the chances of legitimate email getting through while spoofed messages are filtered out.
CSC helps security teams identify and stop potentially suspicious email traffic as well as any legitimate email traffic that may be failing email authentication. By placing email domains that are properly authenticating on the Proofpoint registry, our email authentication service proactively blocks spam, phishing, and spoofing attacks, enforcing email-blocking policies with major mailbox providers all over the world.
Our Email Fraud Protection service is a turnkey solution that can assist clients in creating a formal email policy, establishing protocol to manage email messages that falsely claim to originate from you, and publishing your preferred email policy to the largest set of industry peers available. Through our partnership with Proofpoint, CSC is able to gather threat intelligence information covering billions of email inboxes, representing more than 80% of all email inboxes. This unique visibility allows CSC to assist clients in removing phishing bait emails before they reach a potential victim’s inbox..
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