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Author Callie Hinman

Callie Hinman Baron

Content Marketing Manager

Callie Baron is the Content Marketing Manager at Abnormal Security, where she owns the strategy and execution of the Abnormal Blog, helping build brand awareness and strengthening Abnormal's position as a thought leader.

She is a seasoned writer and content strategist with a decade of experience in B2B technology marketing. Callie is a proud graduate of the University of Texas (Hook 'em!) and is staunchly committed to following Ann Handley’s Rule of FIWTSBS—“Find Interesting Ways to Say Boring Stuff”.

B Threat Report BEC VEC Blog
Our H1 2024 Email Threat Report revealed significant year-over-year increases in both business email compromise and vendor email compromise. Learn more.
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B 1500x1500 Quishing Stats Blog 02 05 24
Today we released our H1 2024 Email Threat Report, which examines the threat landscape and dives into the latest evolution in phishing: QR code attacks.
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B 1500x1500 Top Blogs of 2023 Blog v01
As 2023 comes to a close, we wanted to take a look back and highlight the top 10 articles published by Abnormal this year.
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B 10 13 23 CAM Anomalies Top 5
Secure email gateways simply cannot block modern attacks. Here are the top 5 cyber threats bypassing your SEG.
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B Most Costly BEC Attack Examples
Losses from business email compromise (BEC) attacks are consistently increasing. Here are 11 examples of the most costly BEC attacks from the past decade.
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B Phishing is Your Biggest Cybersecurity Problem
Phishing attacks are a much larger issue than many organizations realize. Here are 5 reasons why you need to make preventing phishing a priority.
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B Q1 2023 in Review
We wanted to make sure that you have the opportunity to check out the most recent news and updates. Here are a few posts from the last quarter that you might have missed.
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B Business Email Compromise Response
Knowing what to do after receiving a business email compromise attack is essential for preventing costly consequences. Learn how to respond to BEC attacks.
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B SVB Closure Cybersecurity Threats
The Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) closure has created opportunities for threat actors to launch more convincing email attacks. Here's how to lower your risk.
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B Common Social Engineering Attacks
Learn about the psychology behind social engineering attacks and the steps you can take to block these advanced email threats.
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B Employees Engaging with Email Attacks
See just how convincing modern email attacks can be and how cybercriminals can leverage social engineering to trick employees with these two real attacks.
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B H1 2023 Threat Report Blog 1
The H1 2023 Email Threat Report examines the email threat environment and focuses on the growing risk that employees pose to cybersecurity.
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B 1500x1500 Top Blogs of 2022 Blog Post
We’re already hard at work creating more helpful content for 2023, but first we wanted to highlight a few of our popular blog posts from the past year.
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B 09 30 22 CISO Q3 2022 in Review
To help ensure you have the opportunity to read the latest cybersecurity news and updates, we’ve compiled a few posts from the last quarter that you can use to improve security in your organization.
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B 5 Crucial Tips
Retailers are a popular target for threat actors due to their wealth of customer data and availability of funds. Here are 5 cybersecurity tips to help retailers reduce their risk of attack.
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B 08 10 22 Email Theat Report Blog
This week, we released our H2 2022 Email Threat Report, which explores the latest email attack trends, including the rise of brand impersonation in phishing attacks.
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B 07 30 22 Q2 2022
We’re dedicated to keeping security professionals informed about the latest email threats. Here are a few of our favorite blog posts from Q2 2022.
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B 06 01 22 Stripe Phishing
In this sophisticated credential phishing attack, the threat actor created a duplicate version of Stripe’s entire website.
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B 04 19 22 Facebook Phishing
While phishing emails have long been a popular way to steal Facebook login credentials, we’ve recently seen an increase in more sophisticated phishing attacks.
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