Abnormal Security Patents – Key Insights and Stats

Abnormal Security has a total of 36 patents globally, out of which 12 have been granted. Of these 36 patents, 30 patents are active. The United States Of America is where Abnormal Security has filed the maximum number of patents, followed by Australia and Europe. Parallelly, the United States Of America seems to be the main focused R&D centre of Abnormal Security.

Abnormal Security was founded in the year 2018 by Evan Reiser and Sanjay Jeyakumar. Company deals in email security that protects enterprises from targeted email attacks. The platform uses a data science approach to provide everything needed for comprehensive email protection, detection, and response.

Do read about some of the most popular patents of Abnormal Security which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Abnormal Security patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Abnormal Security patent portfolio.

How many patents does the founder of Abnormal Security have?

The founders, Evan Reiser and Sanjay Jeyakumar, have 24 and 50 patents respectively.

How many patents does Abnormal Security have?

Abnormal Security has a total of 36 patents globally. These patents belong to 9 unique patent families. Out of 36 patents, 30 patents are active.

How Many Patents did Abnormal Security File Every Year?

Abnormal Security Patent Filing Trend

Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.

Year of Patents Filing or GrantAbnormal Security Applications FiledAbnormal Security Patents Granted
202259
2021203
20205– 
20196 –

How many Abnormal Security patents are Alive/Dead?

Abnormal Security Patent Portfolio

How Many Patents did Abnormal Security File in Different Countries?

Abnormal Security Worldwide Patent Filing

Where are Research Centres of Abnormal Security Patents Located?

 The Research Centres of Abnormal Security Patents is located in United States Of America.

10 Best Abnormal Security Patents

US20200204572A1 is the most popular patent in the Abnormal Security portfolio. It has received 28 citations so far from companies like Netskope, Servicenow and Genbu Technologies.

Below is the list of 10 most cited patents of Abnormal Security :

Publication NumberCitation Count
US20200204572A128
US10911489B112
US20210329036A110
CN113474776A2
US11032312B22
WO2020132137A12
US11431738B21
US20220131821A11
WO2021217049A11
US20210297444A11

List of Abnormal Security Patents

Abnormal Security PatentsTitle
US20220368718A1Detection and prevention of external fraud
US11496505B2Detection and prevention of external fraud
US20220342966A1Multichannel threat detection for protecting against account compromise
US11483344B2Estimating risk posed by interacting with third parties through analysis of emails addressed to employees of multiple enterprises
US11477234B2Federated database for establishing and tracking risk of interactions with third parties
US11477236B2Approaches to creating, managing, and applying a federated database to establish risk posed by third parties
US11470042B2Discovering email account compromise through assessments of digital activities
US11470108B2Detection and prevention of external fraud
US11451576B2Investigation of threats using queryable records of behavior
US20220286432A1Discovering email account compromise through assessments of digital activities
EP3899769A4Threat detection platforms for detecting, characterizing, and remediating email-based threats in real time
US20220278997A1Multistage analysis of emails to identify security threats
US11431738B2Multistage analysis of emails to identify security threats
US20220272062A1Discovering graymail through real-time analysis of incoming email
US20220255961A1Abuse mailbox for facilitating discovery, investigation, and analysis of email-based threats
US20220188411A1Deriving and surfacing insights regarding security threats
US20220131821A1Discovering graymail through real-time analysis of incoming email
US11252189B2Abuse mailbox for facilitating discovery, investigation, and analysis of email-based threats
US20220030018A1Threat detection platforms for detecting, characterizing, and remediating email-based threats in real time
WO2021217049A1Detection and prevention of external fraud
US20210329036A1Retrospective learning of communication patterns by machine learning models for discovering abnormal behavior
CN113474776AThreat detection platforms for detecting, characterizing, and remediating email-based threats in real time
US20210297444A1Programmatic discovery, retrieval, and analysis of communications to identify abnormal communication activity
WO2021183939A1Improved investigation of threats using queryable records of behavior
WO2021178243A1Abuse mailbox for facilitating discovery, investigation, and analysis of email-based threats
WO2021178423A1Multichannel threat detection for protecting against account compromise
WO2021174050A1Federated database for establishing and tracking risk of interactions with third parties
US20210271741A1Multichannel threat detection for protecting against account compromise
WO2021168407A1Discovering email account compromise through assessments of digital activities
US11050793B2Retrospective learning of communication patterns by machine learning models for discovering abnormal behavior
AU2019403265A1Threat detection platforms for detecting, characterizing, and remediating email-based threats in real time
US11032312B2Programmatic discovery, retrieval, and analysis of communications to identify abnormal communication activity
US10911489B1Discovering email account compromise through assessments of digital activities
US20200204572A1Threat detection platforms for detecting, characterizing, and remediating email-based threats in real time
WO2020132137A1Threat detection platforms for detecting, characterizing, and remediating email-based threats in real time
CA3120469A1Threat detection platforms for detecting, characterizing, and remediating email-based threats in real time

What are Abnormal Security key innovation segments?

What Technologies are Covered by Abnormal Security?

The chart below distributes patents filed by Abnormal Security in different countries on the basis of the technology protected in patents. It also represents the markets where Abnormal Security thinks it’s important to protect particular technology inventions.

R&D Focus: How has Abnormal Security search focus changed over the years?

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