Cofense Managed Phishing Detection and ResponseProduct Overview
- About Cofense Managed PDR
- Pros of Cofense Managed PDR
- Cons of Cofense Managed PDR
- Breakdown of core features
Cofense Managed PDR product overview
Cofense Managed Phishing Detection and Response (PDR) is a one-stop, comprehensive platform for protecting enterprises from cyber-attacks. Teams of experts at the Cofense Phishing Defense Center (PDC) work for organizations to detect and stop attacks on networks.
Specializing in enterprise organizations, Cofense Managed PDR leverages a global network of numerous people actively reporting suspected phish. The platform also utilizes advanced automation to stop phishing attacks faster and stay ahead of breaches. When deploying the full suite of Cofense solutions, organizations can educate employees on identifying and reporting phishing attacks, detecting phishes in their environment, and responding quickly to remediate threats.
With seamless integration into most major TIPs, SIEMs, and SOARs, it aligns with existing security ecosystems. Cofense Managed PDR serves various enterprise customers, including organizations in the defense, energy, financial services, healthcare, and manufacturing sectors.
Pros of Cofense Managed PDR
- It delivers actionable intelligence based on analysis of phishing emails.
- It investigates all suspicious emails reported by employees.
Cons of Cofense Managed PDR
- According to users, the software’s technical documentation needs improvement.
Breakdown of core features
High fidelity threat intelligence
Users can access Cofense Managed PDR’s global network of more than 40 security analysts. The solution uses human-vetted phishing threat intelligence to identify and eradicate threats in the environment. This includes protection from zero-day phishing attacks, intelligence from suspicious emails and PDC analyst investigations, and a 99.999% categorization accuracy.
Cofense Managed PDR identifies and removes phishing attacks from the environment before it occurs. With the software’s rapid detection, the median time to analyze, respond, and remediate is about 60 minutes, with some phishing attacks stopped in eight minutes.
Cofense security analysts employ in-depth threat intelligence to proactively investigate and identify active phishing threats and threat indicators in the environment.
(Last updated on 05/10/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)