Microsoft Defender will eliminate 90%+ of the phishing emails before they are delivered.
phshing still gets Through
BUT…. some phishing emails will always make it past Microsoft Defender anyway. Those messages are TROUBLE.
Some of your users are astute enough to recognize phishing attempts. These users are the last line of defense.
Stop Phishing Attempts IMMEDIATELY
Microsoft Defender is a great tool for reducing phishing attempts before they reach your end users but
some phishing messages inevitably get through anyway.
We developed PhisherCat to immediately terminate the phishing attacks that sneak through your perimeter defenses.
It’s simple— PhisherCat is an Outlook plug-in which lets your users flag suspicious emails as phishing attempts. Pushing the button initiates an automated process to remove the message from all your user’s mailboxes, protecting the more vulnerable users from even seeing the message.
The sooner you can eliminate phishing emails from your environment, the less likely it is that a user will be fooled into compromising your environment. Most ransomware gets its toehold via a successful phishing attempt.
Removing a phishing email from the mailboxes reduces your risk exposure by an order of magnitude. PhisherCat is the fastest way to clear your user’s
mailboxes of phishing emails because there are no intermediate manual steps that could introduce delay.
The risk of removing a valid email is much lower than the risk of users clicking on a phishing email, and you can always get the message back in case of an erroneous flag.
PhisherCat is an inexpensive and simple tool that can be deployed into your tenant in minutes.
Would you like to learn more about PhisherCat?
Works in the browser
PhisherCat adds an action button to every message when accessing email via browser.
Works in Outlook
PhisherCat adds an action button to every message inside the Outlook client.
Works on Mobile
PhisherCat adds an action button to every message when accessing email via the native Outlook for iPhone or Android apps.
Although ransomware gets the bulk of public attention, business email compromise still accounts for the vast majority of financial losses to cybercriminal activity, totaling nearly $1.9 billion in 2020, according to the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center’s annual report.