Impersonation Attack Prevention

Attackers seek opportunities to impersonate employees and trusted third parties in order to gain a foothold inside your organization’s infrastructure and steal data and assets. Picnic offers a multi-layered approach to proactively prevent impersonation attacks against your employees and your company.

How Picnic helps your team

Impersonation attacks are a growing concern in the digital landscape, where cybercriminals deceive individuals in organizations by masquerading as a trusted entity. These attacks typically involve social engineering techniques, which exploit human psychology to manipulate victims into divulging sensitive information or performing actions that compromise security. Recent industry statistics highlight the escalating threat, with the FBI reporting a 100% increase in losses due to business email compromise (BEC) scams between 2019 and 2021.

Picnic tackles impersonation attacks by offering a multi-layered approach to safeguard businesses and individuals, using a combination of platform capabilities and managed services. 

Corporate and personal social engineering risk scoring enables organizations to identify and prioritize high-risk employees and resources. Ongoing monitoring of employees’ digital footprints helps detect potential threats and vulnerabilities, while customized executive exposure reports provide in-depth information on social engineering risks and mitigation steps.

The solution also offers Red Team reconnaissance, which identifies social engineering pathways to compromise and provides remediation support. Email anti-spoofing and BEC protection services guard against fraudulent emails and phishing attempts, while LinkedIn profile impersonation identification and takedown services ensure that your professional online presence remains secure, and your brand reputation stays protected.

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