Agari Launches Agari Active Defense To Counter Business Email Compromise (BEC) Threats

Agari, a leading provider of defense solutions for the enterprise, has announced on Tuesday May 5, 2020 that the company has launched the new service named as the Agari Active Defense. According to the details released by the PR Newswire News Agency, the new service of the company would help to deliver an actionable threat intelligence system to counter the Business Email Compromise (BEC) threat.

The Company Business Email Compromise or BEC is the first and only commercially available system in the market that helps to thwart away the attacks and threats from scamming and fraudster organizations.

Chief Executive Officer and founder of Agari, Patrick Peterson said, “Agari Active Defense feeds a previously unmet need for deeper BEC threat intelligence that was not possible to deliver at scale until now.”

“Through our own ACID threat intelligence resources, we have been incubating this offering for several quarters, enlisting the help of global customers to design and perfect the service. We anticipate that the unique insights only available through our new BEC Threat Intelligence Service can help mitigate costly BEC attacks and significantly reduce the downstream effect of money laundering,” Company’s CEO and Founder Patrick Peterson further added.

“Agari’s unique expertise and unmatched visibility into the BEC attack chain is why enterprise security and fraud prevention teams have come to rely on us to deliver insights they just can’t get anywhere else. Today’s launch is yet another example of Agari’s heritage of listening to the needs of CISOs and then trailblazing solutions that they can action immediately,” Peterson further added.

The company has assured that the outbound emails from the enterprise cannot be spoofed and thus it increases the deliverability and preserving brand integrity.

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