PhishMe has launched a new security solution to offer enhanced visibility into targeted phishing attacks.
Named PhishMe Triage, the company said that it will allow security analysts and incident response teams to utilise internal human intelligence against phishing, malware and drive-by attacks. Security operations center (SOC) analysts and incident responders will get live insight into ongoing spear phishing attacks by automating the analysis and orchestrating the workflow to reduce the detection deficit facing their enterprises.
Set for release in Q2 of 2015, CEO Rohyt Belani told IT Security Guru that while its simulator product is getting employees better at spotting messages, now users have the option to click on a fish logo to send an alert to their security team, but there is a need for real time intelligence.
He said: “So how do you find the needle in a haystack? This brings together the noise and extracts a signal to allow incidents to be brought together and to trust the workflow so incident response teams can see what it did and see the top three suspicious clusters and integrate them.
“It creates rules to define the malware and the content and the email context, the details of which are not displayed.”
He said that users had been asking for this sort of thing, and he said that they had as this was an opportunity for access to data and the return on investment is similar to identity attacks against an organisation and operational human knowledge.
“When we find a similar effect in context we can categorise it as everything is designed to find a URL or malware hash, and we swap it for context and see solutions,” he said.
Adrian Sanabria, senior security analyst at 451 Research, said: “Simulator tells you how good users are at spotting threats and grooms them to be better. Reporter allows them to exercise these skills every day with live email, and Triage adds a platform for incident handlers to act on Reporter’s data in an automated manner that can also integrate with other security product investments within the enterprise.”