Everyday, every second, customers are tricked into providing their personal information. Sites that look just like yours lure customers and could ruin your brand.
Our patented technology detects threats before web-based phishing attacks can take hold.
Allure’s Security as a Service (SaaS) application deploys in minutes. Allure safeguards your assets, protects your customers and can even track down the REAL attackers.
Now your customers can go about their business feeling safe
Educational institutions are a popular target for phishing scams. However, the industry’s vulnerability is often overlooked by both cybersecurity specialists and university administrators alike.
Banks, accounting, insurance companies are especially vulnerable to attacks on their customers.
Healthcare organizations, including HMOs, health insurance companies, hospitals and more, hold very sensitive patient information that are targets for cybercriminals.
Sites selling products and services possess sensitive credit card information of their customers. The importance of customer retention in the e-commerce and retail world is crucial. Retailers are active in social networks, blogs and similar sites, which makes them an easy target for phishing.
Telecommunication firms, mobile carriers, ISPs, MSPs that maintain a large customer base are especially susceptible to phishing attacks on the web and mobile.
Police authorities, tax authorities, social security, national security agencies, and a slew of other such government agencies, are all exposed to hacker and phishing attacks due to the huge amount of private data that they hold.
A real story about how a phished site almost destroyed a bank’s brand reputation and attempted to steal customer personal informationRead the Case Study
Our customers trust us to protect their users
“Having the ability to quickly deploy Allure’s solution and uncover spoofed sites we would never have known existed is invaluable. We can proactively protect our customers and take down sites that are fraudulent. This is the technology we knew we needed but no one had a solution, until now.”