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Jade Hill

Director of Content Marketing

Jade Hill is the Director of Content Marketing at Abnormal Security, where she runs strategic vision and execution of company-wide content marketing. She oversees the editorial process, manages contributors to the Abnormal Blog, and runs content programs for research reports, white papers, and more. Prior to joining Abnormal, she spent years in email security at Agari, and also worked in content at Facebook and BlueJeans Network. When not writing about advanced email threats, she spends her time biking on her Peloton, hanging out with her pets—Pumba, Timon, and Rafiki—and staying awake far too late reading thrillers.

B Mr Wonderful Talks AI
Explore the future of AI and cybersecurity and learn why prioritizing security investments is crucial with Kevin O’Leary of Shark Tank fame.
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Discover what you missed at Vision 2024 with insights from our investors, partners, and email security experts and learn how to watch the entire conference on demand.
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B Reasons to Attend Vision 2024 Blog
Register for Abnormal's cybersecurity conference to hear from Kevin O’Leary, Keren Elazari, and the Secret Service, and get a head start on your ISC2 CPE credits.
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Join industry leaders and innovators for insights, cutting-edge technologies, and a keynote by Kevin O'Leary at this cybersecurity conference.
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B 2023 Cybersecurity Stats
Learn the biggest cybersecurity statistics of 2023—from the rise of gen AI to the staggering losses caused by BEC. Stay informed and protect your organization.
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B 2024 Cybersecurity Predictions
As AI becomes more prevalent in the new year, discover how our experts believe the world will change—for both good and bad.
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B Security Leaders Reacting to AI
To understand how organizations are responding to the evolving threat of AI, we surveyed 300 cybersecurity leaders. Here are a few key takeaways.
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B Two Decades of Email Attacks
See how cyber threats have evolved over the past two decades as we celebrate 20 years of Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
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B 8 15 23 Glossary
Explore this glossary of need-to-know artificial intelligence terms to better understand AI and its uses.
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B 7 31 23 threatblog
Third-party apps present increased cyberattack risks to email environments via app permissions. Traditional email can't handle the challenge, but Abnormal can.
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Generative AI tools like ChatGPT and Google Bard are already being used by cybercriminals for BEC attacks, phishing, and malware. Here's how to combat email-based attacks.
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The FBI IC3 identified $51 billion in exposed losses due to business email compromise from 2013 to 2022—an increase from previous estimations.
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B 6 27 23 Chat Attacks
ChatGPT and other generative AI tools can be used to craft highly convincing phishing emails and social engineering scams. Here's how to spot them and fight back.
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B_CyberInfluencers
Stay up to date on the latest cybersecurity trends, industry news, and best practices by following these 14 innovative and influential thought leaders on social media.
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Discover key security risks present across collaborative cloud applications and how cybersecurity experts are responding based on ESG survey results.
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B Eric Cole Webinar Recap Blog
World-renowned cybersecurity expert Dr. Eric Cole explores some of the common mistakes companies make when building security programs.
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B Abnormal Microsoft 365 v2
Learn why Abnormal customers love our comprehensive email security for Microsoft Office 365.
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B 12 19 22 Vision Key Takeaway Blog Graphics Vision23 L2 R1
From Frank Abagnale to Rachel Tobac, our virtual conference was full of key insights about social engineering and more. Check them out here.
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B 1500x1500 Emerging Threats Webinar Recap L1 R1
Cybersecurity expert Ira Winkler discusses risks to cloud email and how to block both inbound email attacks and emerging threats.
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B 11 07 22 Vision 23 Blog
Discover the latest trends in cybersecurity as we look toward the email threats of the future in partnership with SecureWorld.
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B 08 08 22 AI Announcement Blog
Introducing Abnormal Intelligence—your go-to resource for expert insights into emerging cyber threats and email attack trends.
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B 07 19 22 2022 Email Security Trends 1
Our new survey explores the current email threat landscape and what security leaders are doing to stay ahead of increasingly sophisticated attacks.
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B 05 31 22 RSA Conference
Attending RSA Conference 2022? So is Abnormal! We’d love to see you at the event.
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B 04 08 22 Supply Chain
The risk of supply chain compromise (also known as vendor email compromise or VEC) continues to increase. Our latest research uncovered some startling statistics about these attacks.
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B 04 06 22 BEC threat report
Business email compromise (BEC) attacks have increased considerably over the past 6 months. Here’s how cybercriminals are changing their targets and tactics.
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You can now earn CPE credits by viewing our cybersecurity on-demand webinars, which will provide insight into the latest trends and help you develop new skillsets.
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Today, Abnormal released our H1 2022 Email Threat Report, focused on data from July to December 2021. Over the course of those six months, we tracked a relatively new form of cyber attack—phone fraud that starts via email.
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Phishing attacks are on the rise; the FBI reports that such attacks cost $52 million in 2022, and phishing has been the most common cybercrime reported to the IC3 since 2019. If you're one of the many people targeted by a phishing email, you're not alone.
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The phishing email is one of the oldest and most successful types of cyberattacks. Attackers have long used phishing as a common attack vector to steal sensitive information or credentials from their victims. While most phishing emails are relatively simple to spot, the number of successful attacks has grown in recent years.
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Before we jump into modern threats, I think it’s important to set the stage ​​since email has been around. Since email existed, threat actors targeted email users with malicious messages, general spam, and different ways to take advantage of the platform. Then of course, more dangerous attacks started to come up… things like malware and other viruses.
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Blog rising building
There is little doubt that business email compromise and other advanced email threats are causing significant damage–both financial and reputational—to organizations worldwide. Because these never-before-seen attacks contain few indicators of compromise, they evade secure email gateways and other traditional email infrastructure...
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Business email compromise (BEC) is the most significant cybersecurity threat to enterprise organizations, with $1.8 billion in reported losses in 2020 alone. This type of email attack occurs when a cybercriminal uses social engineering to impersonate a trusted contact...
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