Anti-Phishing Protection for Trusted Social Relationships
Phishers have found a fertile new field in attacking social relationships through email. Exploiting both the trust of the social network brand, and the opportunity for communication represented by a known or potential contact, email fraudsters are able to gather data, install malware and spread virally, damaging email recipients, the social network or service operator and the safety of various parts of the Internet ecosystem.
eCert Protects Large Social Relationship Operators and Their Users
eCert establishes the identity of real email traffic from members of a social network or users of a social relationship (eGreetings, online dating, etc.) and eliminates common forms of fraudulent email that appear to be sent from them.
eCert Supports the Complex Security and Performance Requirements of Massively Scalable Social Relationship Operators
|eCert has experience with social relationship operators.
|eCert understand the security considerations surrounding dynamic, user-driven email services.|
|eCert protects the domains and traffic of the largest financial institutions and Internet Service Providers in the United States, may of whom partner with social network operators.|
|eCert’s service operation is designed against the requirements of Tier 1 enterprise and carrier systems.|
|eCert’s service and support programs are tailored for the needs of massive, complex, global operators with real-time revenue and performance requirements.|
The eCert service is designed for large operators with vulnerable brands and requires compliance with a number of security provisions. Many types of social network operators may not be eligible for the service. Learn more about becoming a member.