Reston, Va.– November 6, 2020 – Graphus, a Kaseya® company and industry-leading cloud email security solution, was listed as a Representative Vendor for Integrated Email Security Solutions (IESS) in Gartner’s recently published Market Guide for Email Security. This is the first time the company has been included in the Guide under the IESS category.
In the research, Gartner states, “SRM leaders responsible for email security should invest in anti-phishing technology that can accurately detect BEC and account takeover attacks. In particular, seek solutions that use AI to create a baseline for communication patterns and conversation style and detect anomalies in these patterns.” Graphus’s TrustGraph® technology analyzes over 50 different attributes to create profiles of trusted relationships using AI. These profiles are compared to incoming communications to prevent sophisticated phishing, spear phishing and business email compromise attacks. Graphus takes minutes to activate on Office 365 and G Suite platforms, ensuring managed service providers (MSPs) and small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) can easily protect their inboxes from cybercriminals.
“We believe Graphus’s inclusion in this year’s Gartner Email Market Guide as an IESS demonstrates the sophistication of our product to help a growing number of MSPs and SMBs protect their organizations against email-based cyberattacks,” said Manoj Srivastava, Co-Founder of Graphus and Head of Email Security Practice, Kaseya. “The tremendous adoption of Microsoft and Google cloud-based email solutions makes it critical for IT leaders to invest in anti-phishing technology that can accurately detect business email compromise and account takeover attacks. The combination of Graphus with native cloud email security capabilities and diligent employee training makes for the best line of defense against the onslaught of email-based security attacks businesses face today.” For more information about Graphus, visit https://www.graphus.ai.
Gartner, Market Guide for Email Security, September 2020
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