Phishing and Spam Defense

Phishing andSpam Defense.

Protect your organization from malicious and unwanted email with powerful AI and interactive email banner

Email is the most successful delivery method for the costliest cyberattacks out there: business email compromise, credential theft, ransomware — the list goes on

Digital Age Solution utilizes Graphus, the world’s first automated phishing defense platform that protects you from cybercriminals posing as trusted contacts

Phishing works by sending emails laced with ransomware, fileless malware, and other threats directly to your employees. These emails are disguised as messages from trusted individuals like a manager, coworker, or business associate to trick your employees into activating the enclosed malware or granting unauthorized access. The results include Business Email Compromise (BEC), Account Takeover (ATO), credential theft, ransomware and more disastrous incidents. As these attacks grow more sophisticated, not even Google Workspace or Microsoft 365 can filter them out, but the Graphus AI can.

Phishing and the Damage It Does


of cyberattacks start with a phishing e-mail


of documents used in attachment-based malware campaigns rely on social engineering


of social engineering attacks like spear phishing are successful


Average loss per BEC attack


of company employees on average will fall for a spear phishing attack


of consumers would consider leaving a retailer that falls victim to a ransomware attack

How Graphus Works

Graphus requires no hardware purchase or software downloads; it’s ready to deploy in minutes via cloud API to start protecting your business by:

  • Analyzing
    your employees’ business relationships (who they work with, how often they communicate, etc.) to make trusted profiles
  • Scanning
    for suspicious irregularities in message content and attachments and comparing them to trusted profiles to detect attacks
  • Learning
    from user interaction and feedback to grow smarter and defend you better from new, emerging threats