The Tolly Group Report Highlights SlashNext’s Gen AI-Powered Email Security Prowess – Security Boulevard

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Tolly Test Report 2024

In the ever-evolving landscape of cyberthreats, email remains a prime target for malicious actors, with zero-hour Business Email Compromise (BEC) and advanced phishing attacks posing significant risks to organizations. A recent independent study by The Tolly Group, commissioned by SlashNext, highlights the company’s Gen AI powered Integrated Cloud Email Security (ICES) solution, demonstrating its superior performance in detecting these sophisticated threats.

The report evaluated SlashNext against leading email security providers, including Abnormal Security, Mimecast, and Microsoft Defender for Office 365 (E5). The test corpus consisted of zero-hour BEC and phishing emails, simulating real-world attack scenarios across all four threat vectors: BEC/text-based, QR-based, linked-based, and file-based phishing attacks.

Unmatched Detection Accuracy Across Threat Vectors

One of the standout findings is SlashNext’s remarkable 99% overall detection accuracy, a staggering 20% higher than the next best vendor. Notably, SlashNext achieved a perfect 100% detection rate for BEC attacks, outperforming Abnormal Security, which detected 89% of such threats. Additionally, SlashNext demonstrated unmatched prowess in detecting QR code-based phishing attacks, with a 100% detection rate, surpassing Microsoft’s 80% detection rate.

While Microsoft’s native email security service (Defender for Office 365) is effective at stopping high-volume “spray and pray” phishing attacks, it falls short in detecting targeted, high impact BEC and zero-hour phishing threats. Organizations must supplement Microsoft’s solution with SlashNext’s Gen AI ICES solution to protect against these sophisticated, socially engineered attacks.

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Tolly Group Test Results

Gen AI-Powered Advantage for Zero-Hour Threats

SlashNext attributes its superior detection capabilities to its in-house Gen AI technologies, eliminating reliance on third-party intelligence that can cause delays in identifying zero-hour attacks. This strategic approach provides SlashNext with a competitive edge, enabling it to swiftly detect and stop emerging threats before they can cause significant damage.

Comprehensive Protection for Modern Threats

As cyber threats continue to evolve, organizations must prioritize robust email security solutions that can effectively detect and mitigate BEC and advanced phishing attacks. The Tolly report underscores SlashNext’s position as a frontrunner in this domain, offering comprehensive protection against modern threats through its Gen AI-powered email security solution.

CISOs, security, and risk leaders should carefully evaluate their email security posture and consider solutions like SlashNext’s Cloud Email Security to fortify their defenses against the ever-increasing sophistication of cyberattacks targeting their organizations. With its unmatched detection accuracy across all threat vectors, including BEC and zero-hour phishing, SlashNext emerges as a vital addition to any organization’s cybersecurity arsenal. Download the report here and book a demo to learn more.

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