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Conceal Protects Web Browsers Against Phishing, Credential Theft with AI Engine

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Conceal is revving up the ConcealSherpaAI engine for market — a capability powered by artificial intelligence to identify potentially harmful web pages.

With ConcealSherpaAI, users can protect their web browsers against novel threats, phishing and credential theft, Conceal said.

ConcealSherpaAI Engine Keeps Pace with Evolving Threat Actors

ConcealSherpaAI examines and evaluates metadata signals on a webpage and determines whether to quarantine, block or permit access, Conceal said. It uses AI that adjusts the weights of these signals while identifying new ones. This helps users guard against threat actors that continually revise their tactics to evade standard security solutions.

In addition, ConcealSherpaAI leverages a learning model that adds signals as it identifies them, Conceal indicated. This model can detect cyberattacks, understand how threat actors' tactics are evolving and adjust its decisions accordingly.

Conceal Offers Free Not for Resale (NFR) License to MSPs

The ConcealSherpaAI announcement comes after Conceal in July 2023 launched an MSP Community Program that allows service providers to add its ConcealBrowse zero trust browser solution to their portfolios for free.

By joining the program, MSPs can integrate ConcealBrowse into their existing security packages or offer it as a standalone solution via an NFR license, Conceal said. From here, MSPs can use ConcealBrowse to detect, defend against and isolate malicious, unknown internet activity across their customers' applications. They also can send telemetry data to post-processing plug-ins and network security and analysis tools.

Conceal's Partner Ecosystem Continues to Expand

To date, Conceal has established partnerships with several cybersecurity companies:

  • Binary Defense has incorporated ConcealBrowse into its managed detection and response (MDR) service.
  • Grove is using ConcealBrowse to provide next-generation browser isolation tools to organizations in the United Kingdom, Middle East, Africa and Europe.
  • SBL Cyber Monitoring is utilizing ConcealBrowse to deliver security solutions to organizations in the Netherlands.
  • ThousandGuards is providing ConcealBrowse to organizations in Spain, France, Italy and Portugal.

Conceal is "a channel-first organization and committed to collaborating with the leading security solution ecosystem partners worldwide," the company noted. It offers a partner program for MSSPs, MSPs and other technology providers and continues to look for new partners.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.