Introducing ExchangeDefender Phishing Firewall Beta (SEE PICS)
As you may have noticed, we have been focusing on the end user experience a lot more. Over the past few years our service and phishing protection have gone from being an IT tool to a cybersecurity service users interact with on a daily basis. For more details and to find out about all the new features we’re delivering this spring please tune into our webinar:
New Phishing Firewall
As we roll out these changes we’re actively seeking user input and feedback on the changes. We’re also offering a live version of the next stuff that you can test drive. Here is our current ExchangeDefender Phishing Firewall screen:
So much has changed since we launched this service years ago and we now have tons of UX data and client feedback that we can use to make the ExchangeDefender Phishing Firewall better for everyone.
Next time you’re on the Phishing Firewall look in the upper left under “Phishing Firewall is getting a new look! Check it out here!”. Clicking on that button will default the firewall to the new version every time you visit (you can roll back as well).
We’ve cleared the clutter and made it very obvious where to click in order to proceed. For the longest time our users didn’t know they could click on the link to proceed :emoji for shrugs:
From there we’ve enhanced the process that keeps the user secure. These features require the user to authenticate and all their repeat visits will feature the ability to apply org policies (for safe sites, thus bypassing the screen), manage personal settings and alert the user to potential danger ahead.
We’ve also integrated open security services that can scan any link on demand and identify the site reputation and possible malware content. Our enterprise clients also enjoy the ability to sandbox/proxy link content and to preview the web site without actually clicking it and opening it in the browser. Of course the ability to slipstream your brand and your support into the process is available to enterprise customers as well.
Let us know what you think! We’re looking for all the feedback we can get.