Darktrace for Google Workspace
Darktrace’s AI understands normal ‘patterns of life’ to detect threats that other tools miss, protecting the dynamic workforce across email, SaaS and the cloud.
As attackers continue to target remote workers via spear phishing, wire fraud and SaaS account takeover, Darktrace learns on the job, securing your entire Google Workspace environment with a single AI engine.
Darktrace for Email: Secure your inbox with AI
Darktrace for Email is the world’s first Self-Learning AI email security solution. By learning the normal ‘pattern of life’ for every user within Google Workspace, the technology builds an evolving understanding of the human behind email communications.
While legacy email security tools look for known email attack vectors, Darktrace for Email is able to identify novel email threats that get through, including sophisticated phishing, business email compromise (BEC) and data leakage.
- Advanced spear phishing
- Supply chain attack
- Spoofing and solicitation
- Employee account takeover
Getting started with Darktrace for Google Workspace is easy and fast. Google Workspace’s data and metadata is immediately processed on configuration, allowing Darktrace for Email to gain an immediate knowledge of users, email addresses, correspondents, and routine operations.
Complete Google Workspace Coverage
Organizations trialing Darktrace for Email benefit from extended visibility and protection provided by Darktrace’s Google SaaS Module. Additional insights learned across Google Workspace allow Darktrace’s AI to accurately identify cases of account takeover, autonomously locking the account of the compromised user before harm can be done to the organization.
With unified understanding across email, SaaS and the cloud, the Darktrace Immune System can correlate activity across multiple environments, enabling greater detection, investigation and response capabilities.
Darktrace recently stopped three related email attacks in a Gmail environment of a Darktrace for Email customer. The attacks attempted to impersonate high-profile executives and bypassed legacy tools, but the anomalous activity was identified and neutralized by AI.