Email Threat Simulator

Challenge your existing email protection mechanisms to identify security vulnerabilities that will be exploited in an attack and automatically fix them.

The Email Threat Simulator (ETS) module from Keepnet™ Labs (patent pending) provides regular testing of your technology environment to find and automatically fix vulnerabilities & provide remediation services.

Over 90% of successful data breaches are initiated by an email-based attack. These attacks are costing businesses $3 trillion per year and drives considerable technological investments, such as firewalls and anti-spam, to provide protection.

These investments require constant management and monitoring to maintain active protection against an evolving threat. Email Threat Simulator provides this proactive monitoring.

Email Threat Simulation Workflow

ETS is integrated with industry-leading IOC and Exploitation Frameworks, as well as manual sources, to constantly maintain an up-to-date set of attack types.

Using simulation logic, we generate an attack that sends more than 240 known and current attack vector types including ransomware, browser exploits, malicious code and attachments and file format exploits to the test mailbox and check their status.

This methodology allows Keepnet™ ETS to conduct real-world tests for cyber-security risks, instead of monitoring traffic between the server and client which is insufficient for Antispam, Antivirus & Email services.

Report, Remediation & Auto-Fixing

The report interface contains all the details of the simulation results. Successful attacks are reported as ‘failed’ and require immediate action. Keepnet™ ETS provides a list of remediation tasks necessary to remove vulnerability and our Auto-Fix features can automatically update the Firewall, Anti-Spam and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS).

ETS continues to generate attack simulations on a customisable schedule, and when new attack vectors are discovered, delivering a constant set of up-to-date results and providing useful guidance on additional measures of technological investment.