Trust Every Call, Text, and Email

Communicate with your remote workforce with an identity network that verifies every incoming phone call, text, and email with fully managed native contacts.


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Receive an email. Scan a QR code. Install an app. Done.

Enterprise integration in 3-minutes

Signup with Google. Review contacts. Send emails.

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Training alone is not enough to effecitvely end fraud.

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Keep employees contacts up-to-date with churn.


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  • Why is phone phishing a problem?

    Phone phishing, also known as vishing, is a type of social engineering attack in which an attacker tries to trick a victim into divulging sensitive information, such as passwords or credit card numbers, over the phone.

    The biggest pinpoint with phone phishing is that it is often difficult to verify the identity of the person on the other end of the line. Attackers can use a variety of tactics to make their calls appear legitimate, such as spoofing phone numbers or pretending to be someone the victim trusts, such as a bank representative or a government official.

    Additionally, phone phishing attacks can be highly targeted and sophisticated, with attackers using personal information they have obtained through other means, such as data breaches or social media, to make their calls appear more convincing.

    To protect yourself against phone phishing attacks, it's important to be cautious when giving out personal information over the phone, especially if you did not initiate the call. You should also be wary of unsolicited phone calls or emails that ask for personal information or contain links or attachments that could be malicious. It's always a good idea to verify the identity of the person or organization before providing any sensitive information.

  • What's the most common social engineering attack vectors?

    Phishing emails: Attempts to trick recipients into clicking on links or opening attachments that contain malware or lead to fake websites designed to steal sensitive information.

    Pretexting: Attackers create a false pretext, such as posing as an authority figure or IT support representative, to gain the trust of the victim and extract sensitive information.

    Baiting: Attackers offer something of value, such as a free USB drive or gift card, to entice victims to provide their contact information or login credentials.

    Quid pro quo: Attackers offer to perform a task for the victim in exchange for sensitive information.

    Scareware: Attackers use fear to manipulate victims into installing malware or providing sensitive information, often through pop-up windows or fake system alerts.

    Shoulder surfing: Attackers observe victims entering sensitive information on public computers or shared workstations.

    Social engineering attacks via phone: Attackers use social engineering tactics over the phone or in person to extract sensitive information from victims, such as asking for personal identification questions or posing as a representative from a legitimate organization.

  • How big does my company need to be before an ROI is realized?

    All companies should consider investing in an identity management system for endpoint security even in the age of the "new normal" of remote work, as it can provide several benefits, including:

    Improved security: An identity management system can help ensure that only authorized users have access to sensitive data and systems, regardless of their location.

    Compliance: Identity management systems can help organizations comply with various regulations and standards related to user authentication and access control.

    Increased efficiency: Identity management systems can automate the process of managing user identities, reducing the workload on IT staff and improving overall efficiency.

    Better visibility: Identity management systems provide better visibility into who is accessing what data and when, allowing organizations to detect and respond to potential security threats more effectively.

    Cost savings: By reducing the need for manual intervention and improving overall efficiency, identity management systems can help organizations save money in the long run.

    Improved productivity: Identity management systems can enable remote workers to access company resources securely, improving their productivity and enabling them to work effectively from anywhere.

  • What makes identity management difficult?

    Complexity of user identities: Corporations often have a large number of users, each with their own set of credentials and access rights, making it challenging to manage and maintain.

    Multiple systems and applications: Corporations typically use multiple systems and applications, which can lead to inconsistent identity management practices across different platforms.

    Lack of standardization: There is no universal standard for identity management, leading to a lack of consistency in how user identities are managed and secured.

    Human error: Human errors, such as incorrect configuration or mismanagement of credentials, can lead to security breaches and compromise user identities.

    Compliance requirements: Corporations must comply with various regulations and standards related to identity management, which can be difficult to navigate and implement effectively.

    Integration challenges: Integrating identity management systems with other security tools and systems can be complex and time-consuming.

    Scalability issues: As corporations grow and expand, their identity management systems must also scale to accommodate the increased number of users and data.

  • If I don't want my phone number on my employee's phones, can employee's opt-out?

    Yes, any may opt-out. But keep in mind, you run the risk of being impersonated by phone phishing, text phishing, and email spoofing.

  • How does Fortress protect my company's sensitive information in the cloud?

    We're dedicated to many layers of full-stack security. This includes supply chain security with an agressive vulnerability remediation SLA. We identify all system access with strong AuthN controls, including 2FA, verified password resets, and optional hardware tokens in partnership with Google's OpenID Connect. We protect access to all data with buiness need-to-know role-based AuthZ controls. Although we host a multi-tenant infrastructure, our logical segmentation provides single-tenant security. We protect all data in transit and at rest with industry standard encryption, complete with ephemeral TTLs on all keys and non-repudiation message authentication to detect tampering. With help from OpenID Connect and Google, credentials are nevre saved in our servers. This along with an industry standard detection and response proceedure, security should never be a show stopper.

  • How does Fortress work?

    Fortress is an innovative security platform that provides comprehensive protection for business communications across multiple channels. With our solution, you can be confident that your organization's critical communications, including phone calls, text messages, and emails, are secure and protected.

    Our advanced technology monitors all incoming and outgoing communications in real time, detecting and blocking threats before they can cause damage. Our team of experts is always up-to-date with the latest security trends and emerging threats, ensuring that your business stays ahead of potential attackers.

    Whether you're a small business or a large enterprise, Fortress is the perfect solution to safeguard your communications from digital threats. Our user-friendly platform is easy to implement, allowing you to focus on running your business while we handle the security.

    So if you're looking for a reliable and comprehensive security solution for your business communications, look no further than Fortress. Our cutting-edge technology and expert team will provide you with the peace of mind to communicate confidently. Try Fortress today and start securing your business's communication channels.

  • How is my employee's PII protected on all the endpoint devices?

    Encrypt: We encrypt all sensitive data, including employee PII, to prevent unauthorized access in case of device theft or loss.

    Implement multi-factor authentication (MFA): Require MFA for accessing employee PII data, which adds an extra layer of security by requiring a second form of verification, such as a fingerprint or password.

    Limit access: Restrict access to employee PII data only to those who need it to perform their job duties.

    Monitor and log access: Regularly monitor and log access to employee PII data to detect any unauthorized access attempts.

    Implement device management policies: Establish policies for managing endpoint devices, including password policies, software updates, and patch management.

    Conduct regular security audits: Conduct regular security audits to identify vulnerabilities and ensure that all security measures are being followed.

    Provide employee training: Provide regular training to employees on the importance of protecting PII and best practices for handling sensitive data.

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