Inky Technology

INKY is a cloud-based email security platform designed to be far more than just artificially intelligent. INKY sees things, and not in a metaphorical sense. She recognizes logos. Brand colors. Email signatures. She understands email, searches for signs of fraud, and can spot impostors by a pixel. Basically, she sees the way humans do, but can also detect the millions of things they can’t. That’s why INKY catches pretty much everything from spam and malware, to the deepest and darkest of phishing threats. She’s driven, curious and mobile, and she’s growing smarter by the subject line.

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