ZeroFox Partners with Google Cloud to Disrupt Phishing Campaigns
ZeroFox, a leading external cybersecurity provider, has partnered with Google Cloud to disrupt phishing campaigns by warning users of malicious URLs and fake websites. As the number of phishing websites detected continues to rise, ZeroFox is using the Google Cloud Web Risk Submission API to verify unsafe URLs and warn users across 5 billion devices using browser and social media integrations.
According to the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG), there has been an almost 75% increase in unique phishing websites detected in the last year. With over 2,000 global enterprises and brands as customers, ZeroFox utilizes advanced AI to quickly uncover and take down malicious domains used in phishing attacks. By partnering with Google Cloud, ZeroFox can automatically detect phishing domains for customers and submit verified, malicious URLs, disrupting attacks and warning users of malicious content on billions of devices using browser warnings.
ZeroFox’s Global Intelligence Collection and Analysis
ZeroFox is known for leveraging global intelligence collection and analysis across a broad set of data sources, which allows them to find what others miss. The company delivers continuous domain monitoring to accurately detect instances of phishing and fraud. This advanced technology, combined with the scope and scale of Google Cloud’s Web Risk, which warns users of malicious domains across five billion devices, gives users unmatched protection against a wide range of digital threats.
James C. Foster, Founder and CEO of ZeroFox, believes this partnership with Google Cloud demonstrates the company’s innovative leadership in protecting organizations beyond the perimeter. Foster says that external cyber threats are only growing more prevalent as the world becomes increasingly digital, creating an increased need for external cybersecurity. By partnering with a global network of partners to defend against these threats, ZeroFox can accelerate the disruption of malicious actors from hours and days to minutes.
Jenn Buchanan, Product Manager at Google Cloud, agrees that securing cloud environments and devices from cyber threats is critical. Buchanan says that Google Cloud is happy to partner with ZeroFox to protect against malicious digital activity and make the internet a safer place.
ZeroFox and Google Cloud’s Web Risk Submission API
The partnership between ZeroFox and Google Cloud’s Web Risk Submission API service is operational as of January 2023. ZeroFox will be onsite at RSAC and is inviting visitors to Booth #1527 to learn more about this partnership and the company’s unified external cybersecurity platform. The partnership will provide users with enhanced protection against phishing campaigns, which have increased in frequency and sophistication in recent years.
In conclusion, ZeroFox’s partnership with Google Cloud to disrupt phishing campaigns is a significant development in the cybersecurity industry. The partnership will help protect users against malicious digital activity and make the internet a safer place. By leveraging advanced AI technology and global intelligence collection and analysis, ZeroFox is uniquely positioned to uncover and take down malicious domains used in phishing attacks. With the added scope and scale of Google Cloud’s Web Risk, users will have unmatched protection against a wide range of digital threats.
As cyber threats continue to evolve and grow, partnerships like this will become increasingly important. Organizations must work together to defend against external cyber threats and protect against malicious digital activity. With the innovative leadership of companies like ZeroFox and the advanced technology of Google Cloud, users can rest assured that their online safety is being taken seriously.
In short, ZeroFox and Google Cloud’s partnership is a win for users and a step in the right direction towards a safer, more secure digital world.
David is a technology journalist with a passion for staying on top of the latest trends and developments in the industry. He has a degree in Computer Science and has been working as a journalist for more than 5 years. He joined Survey Paid in 2020 and his byline can be found on articles covering technology advancements, product reviews, and other technology-related news. Based in San Francisco, CA.
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