Machine Learning-Based Mobile Phishing Protection
Over 85% of Organizations Are Phishing Victims
Phishing attacks are increasing in alarming numbers. In 2020, it was reported 85% of all organisations have been hit by a phishing attack at least once. And the 2020 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report found that 67 percent of cyber attacks begin with phishing, and 22% of all successful data breaches involved phishing attacks. And with mobile usage now surpassing desktop usage, cybercriminals see mobile as a prime target for phishing attacks.
"Focused solely on mobile device protection, Zimperium is the leader in this space. Its holistic approach to detection of phishing attacks targeted at users' mobile devices allows it to block phishing attacks that use text, social media, and personal and corporate email as vectors. It can do this while ensuring user privacy."
- Simon Gibson, Analyst and CISO, GigaOm
Mobile Phishing Protection Must Go Beyond Corporate Email
Corporate email is no longer the primary attack vector for phishing on traditional endpoints. While two-thirds of emails are read on mobile devices, and most corporate mobile users do not use always-on VPNs for all traffic, this vector is still very dangerous on mobile devices. But mobile also brings a number of new attack vectors existing solutions are powerless to prevent, e.g., personal email, SMS, messaging apps and even malicious apps that masquerade as legitimate apps. And these apps are increasingly targeted by cybercriminals due to the lack of enterprise security controls.
"Zimperium zIPS offers the most advanced on-device detection engine and and can detect threats from all mobile threat vectors including phishing. Integration with our MDM works very well in our company."
- Project Manager, Multinational Media Company
Zimperium Offers the Only On-Device, Machine Learning-Based Mobile Phishing Solution
Leveraging our proven expertise in machine learning, Zimperium has a complete anti-phishing solution for mobile devices that detects both known and “zero-day” phishing attacks, protects against the variability and variety of mobile phishing attack vectors and provides options that balance security and user privacy.