We've been protecting inboxes against malicious emails for 18 years

You've come to trust the MailGuard name - now, learn about the scams that exploit your trust in big-name brands to compromise your data. 

We've highlighted 18 businesses that are common targets for brandjacking scams.

Download Brandjackers' Hit List

Companies that have been the subject of brandjacking incidents 

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Cybercriminals play on the fact that we’re all time-poor, with overflowing inboxes - hoping that we won’t think twice about clicking on an email that looks like it’s from a brand we know and trust. 

We’re inclined to drop our guard to take a few minutes to click through and then go about our day, completely unaware that our information has just been compromised. 

Anyone can be a target of brandjacking

Why brandjacking is so effective

It looks authentic

The tools cybercriminals need to impersonate a trusted brand are readily online - creating scam emails that look like the real deal, in just a few minutes. 

MailGuard - Celebrating 18 years

MailGuard is at the forefront of the world's cloud-based email security providers, protecting leading businesses against cyberattacks. 

A native cloud solution since 2001, MailGuard works to detect and block advanced zero-day threats in real time. Using smart Hybrid AI engines, MailGuard is able to identify and react to threats between 2 hours and 48 hours ahead of other providers. 

Help your team stay vigilant - see how convincing these fakes can be in our hit list.

Companies spend years building relationships with their customers that is built on trust. And it’s this trust that can be exploited and used against us by cybercriminals. 

It exploits your trust 

Access to your data

Whether it's through unintentionally downloading ransomware to your computer, or handing over your account details - criminals can easily gain control of your information.