Last year, our CEO Chris Lehman highlighted the growing risk of business communication infrastructure, as threat actors are increasingly targeting employees and contractors with social engineering attacks across messaging communication channels like LinkedIn, WhatsApp and Slack.
Today, we are thrilled to share that our efforts toward mitigating business communications risks have been recognized by Cyber Defense Magazine, which named SafeGuard Cyber the winner of the prestigious Global InfoSec Award in the category of “Cutting Edge” messaging security solution.
For over 10 years, the coveted Global Infosec Awards have distinguished the top 10% of cybersecurity companies in the world across various product and industry categories. They are rewarded to the organizations and security solutions that demonstrate a forward-thinking approach to managing cyber risk and protecting against increasingly complex cyber threats. The accolade was announced at the 2023 RSA Conference and voted on by the industry's leading electronic information security publication.
This is the second win for SafeGuard Cyber in the Awards’ “Cutting Edge” category, in which nominees are thoroughly examined and winners are hand-picked by a panel of information security experts who understand the threats, challenges and goals organizations face.
We are grateful for the recognition from our industry peers and honored to be regarded as one of the world’s leading companies in the cyber and IT security space. This serves as another testament to our platform’s ability to prevent multi-channel attacks across our customers’ critical business communications.
Through a combination of unified visibility, contextual analysis and multi-channel investigations and detections, SafeGuard Cyber mitigates risks in email, mobile, and web messaging apps, collaboration apps and social media apps across M365, Teams, Slack, LinkedIn, WhatsApp, Telegram and other messaging channels. Powered by Natural Language Understanding and patented Social Engineering Detection technologies, the SafeGuard Cyber platform reduces time-to-discovery and resolution of social engineering and language-based attacks in over 50 languages.
Learn more about how Natural Language Understanding technology can help security and compliance teams work better together to reduce business communication risks across channels like M365, Slack, Salesforce, LinkedIn, Zoom, WhatsApp, Telegram, and more at the 2023 RSA Conference: https://www.safeguardcyber.com/events/meet-at-rsa-2023