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Cybersecurity Careers Awareness Week is a great opportunity to explore key careers in information security, particularly as there are an estimated 3.1 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs. This disparity means that cybercriminals are taking advantage of the situation, sending more targeted attacks and seeing greater success each year.
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Security is now a $10 billion business for Microsoft, and the company is a leader in five Gartner Magic Quadrants—access management, endpoint management tools, cloud access security brokers, enterprise information archiving, and endpoint protection platforms. This validation proves that their customers...
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We are starting by eradicating advanced social engineering attacks through email. These attacks bypass traditional email security solutions and are a major problem for customers. Business email compromise (BEC) is the most dangerous cybercrime...
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This January, I joined Abnormal Security as a new grad Software Engineer. As you might expect in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the onboarding process was entirely remote. Prior to graduating from MIT with my BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, I had interned...
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When we founded Abnormal Security more than two and a half years ago, we met with 50 top CIOs and CISOs who told us two things: they needed a solution to stop a novel set of cyberattacks that increasingly bypassed legacy email security solutions, and they needed it...
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When Abnormal Security was founded, our engineering and data science teams were focused on solving the toughest—and most expensive—email security problem for enterprises: business email compromise, or BEC. Fast-forward to today and Abnormal serves some of the largest enterprises...
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